Hey there! Today is a fun stencil release day for Miss Ink Stamps. I wanted to share one of a billion ways to use the new wonky scallop stencil. I inked it up horizontally today on a portrait card front in rainbow colors!
The design of this stencil makes masking super quick and easy to get these rainbow lines. I seriously want to make 100 of these cards and give them to everyone! It’s just so happy!
After I inked up my rainbow, I layered the starry night stencil over the top and spread iridescent glitz glitter gel through that. I just love stencil layering like this where it’s subtle but adds so much interest to the design.
Once that was dry I trimmed the panel down to 4×5 1/2 inches and layered it on a piece of gray cardstock that is 4 1/8×5 3/8. Then I added that to a white card base.
For my sentiment, I die cut “hello” using the Ei-ei-o word dies three times from white cardstock and once from white glitter cardstock and used liquid glue to adhere the layers together. I used my grid mat and post-it tape to line them up how I wanted, added liquid glue to the back and placed them on the card front.
Last, I stamped and heat embossed a sentiment from Sunshine and Rainbows in white on black cardstock, trimmed it into a strip and popped it up with a foam strip. Then my card is all finished. The glitz background and glittery letters add so much that I didn’t think any “finishing touches” were needed.
I call this a sherbet rainbow and it is my absolute most favorite thing ever! These colors make me so happy. I hope you like them too!
Products used today:
Wonky Scallop stencil
Starry Night stencil
Ei-ei-o Word dies
Sunshine and Rainbows stamps
Glitz glitter gel – iridescent
Lawn Fawn dye inks
There’s a fun giveaway for the release so head over to the Miss Ink Stamps Instagram for all those details.
I appreciate you sharing your time with me. Have a fabulous day!