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Rainbow Playing cards for Spring – Stamping


These two candy playing cards use rainbows in two alternative ways, a standard rainbow reduce from sample paper and rain in a rainbow coloured of hearts. Discover out extra at Mel’s Card Nook.

I really like Rainbows, don’t you? Rain not solely helps the flowers develop however it could carry rainbows too and they’re the right picture for Springtime playing cards. There are so some ways to include rainbows in your playing cards, there are a great deal of stamps and dies that make conventional arched rainbows however you can even use a rainbow shade palate in your designs as properly. Attempt coloring a row of pictures in rainbow or ink up a background in ROYGBIV or stamp every letter of a phrase in a rainbow of ink colours.

I’ve gathered up an array of playing cards that use Rainbows and their colours in numerous alternative ways. Beneath every picture will probably be a hyperlink, most of which can have detailed tutorials or extra details about every design.

The background on this card makes use of a wash of watercolor over prime of a warmth embossed plaid stamp for an enormous burst of shade. Go to the Proper at House weblog for a video tutorial.

Totally different colours of cardstock are die reduce to type the rainbow on this card. I really like the stenciled cloud background behind the rainbow! Pop over to the Stamped Treasures weblog for information on this design.

Every coronary heart in a single row on this card is coloured in a rainbow of colours so it stands out from the textured background. A die reduce sentiment finishes off the design splendidly. Visit Sandi MacIvers weblog for all the small print. 

Right here’s a card from me the place I used metallic watercolors so as to add a vertical row of paint behind every little Panda, additionally added the identical shade in accents on every Panda. Go to my weblog, P is for Paper, for a video tutorial.

The background of this beautiful card has stripes of shade painted with watercolors with warmth embossed floral stamps on vellum over prime so the colours present by. Over on the Spellbinders weblog you’ll discover this card and two extra floral rainbow playing cards too.


These lovable hedgehogs are celebrating with fairly rainbow coloured balloons on this card utilizing stamps from Fairly Pink Posh. Go to Mona Toth’s weblog for extra particulars.

This little stamped coronary heart wreath was coloured with Copic Markers in a rainbow that matches the striped background completely. Jump over to the CZ Designs weblog for this and some different related playing cards utilizing the identical provides.

This wonderful card is simply rainbow, rainbows, rainbows, with a sample paper background and colourful sequins and glitter contained in the shaker ingredient. Such a cheerful card! Go to Caly Individual’s weblog for a more in-depth look.

So what’s higher than rainbows, Unicorns in fact! They pair collectively completely on this magical card with stamped unicorn and ink blended and stenciled background. Be taught extra on the Blissfully Scrappy weblog.

As an alternative of gold on the finish of those stamped rainbows there some lovable little critters. Die reduce and warmth embossed sentiments have been added together with ink blended or die reduce frames on these designs. Go to the Ellen Hutson weblog for a video tutorial. 

These great colourful umbrella’s carry brightness to gloomy wet scenes on these 3 card designs. I really like the completely different backgrounds, it’s a good way to get extra from a single stamp. Be taught extra on the Artistic Chick weblog.

I hope these rainbows have introduced you some brightness and shade as we speak and impressed you to attempt to incorporate Rainbows into your subsequent card!


To buy a number of the merchandise utilized in these playing cards

go to Spellbinderspaperarts.com

and Whimsy Stamps

And discover extra stamps, papers and card-making provides at Craft Stash 




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