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Clean and Simple Avery Elle Rainbow

Hey folks!

I really enjoyed making the cards I'm sharing with you today! From the Stamp Set to the Dies it was a good time!


With Momento Tuxedo Black Ink, I stamped the Rainbow four times from the Avery Elle Be A Unicorn Stamp Set, then I colored two of the Rainbows in with Copic's. I didn't color an of the Clouds in at all.

I fussy cut two of the Rainbows with the Clouds and just the Clouds from the other two.

I applied Stick It Adhesive to the front side of both set of Clouds and added a White Glitter. The Glitter I used is some I've had in my stash for ages, but you could totally use whatever kind you wanted. Ranger - Tim Holtz Rock Candy Distress Stickles Glitter would be awesome for this!

Using Kool Tak Clear Foam Adhesive, I added each set on to each of the Clouds on the Rainbows, then added more Adhesive to the back of each Rainbow.


On a strip of plain Cardstock, I used My Favorite Things Blue Breeze Hybrid Ink and stamped the little Stars that come with Stamp Set.

I also trimmed down a My Favorite Things Blue Breeze Cardstock Panel with my paper trimmer then added some detail with a Lawn Fawn Stitched Border Die.


Last, but not least I added a couple of purple Hearts that I had die cut using the Avery Elle Scalloped & Pierced Hearts Elle-ments Die Set.

Then to finish off my cards, Clear Wink of Stella to the Rainbow and some sequins from the Lily White Sequin Shaker Selections by Lucy's Cards.

That's it! Easy peasy.

I hope you enjoyed my cards today! There's loads of crafty goodness going on in the Butterfly Reflections Ink Shop, so do be sure to go check it out and as always be sure to stop back by here again tomorrow because my fellow Butterfly Inkers are AH-mazing!

Until next time!

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  1. Super Cute!! Your card design and all the little details are just perfect! Thanks so much for sharing.

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