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Rainbow of Happiness

Hey folks!

I hope that everyone had a great weekend! I sure did!

I was feeling the need to do something with a rainbow and I ADORE the My Favorite Things Rainbow of Happiness Stamp Set!

So I started with the My Favorite Things Inside Out Square Stax Dies. I lined them all up at once on and cut them all at the same time. I cut one more of in just the largest square so I could put them all together to mount them on my card panel.

Then, using a Ranger Mini Ink Blending Tool and added My Favorite Things Hybrid Inks in Wild Cherry, Orange Fizz, Banana Split, Gumdrop Green, Tropical Teal, Blueberry and Boysenberry.

You could easily just die cut colored cardstock instead of using ink, but MFT Hybrid Inks are sooo easy to use.

I used the My Favorite Things Color The Rainbow Die Set and die cut some My Favorite Things Black Licorice Cardstock and adhered that to my card panel. I also stamped a sentiment from the Stamp Set in MFT Black Licorice Ink.

To finish off my card, I added some Clear Wink of Stella, then I cover a scrap of paper in Versamark Ink and Wow Metallic Silver Sparkle Embossing Powder. I used the little hearts that are in the My Favorite Things Tag Builder Blueprints 5 Die Set to cut out a heart.

That's it! Easy peasy!

I hope you enjoyed my card today. Don't forget to stop by again tomorrow to see more crafty fabulousness and as always head on over to the Butterfly Reflections Ink Shop and check out all the crafty goodness there!

Until next time!


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