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Look for the Rainbows with Beata

Hi friends! It's Beata June here and I'm popping by to share this fun rainbow card with you featuring Avery Elle stamps.


First, I stamped the rainbow and clouds from the Avery Elle Rainbows stamp set onto white cardstock using my misti stamping tool and a Memento Tuxedo Black Ink pad and colored it with copic markers.  

Next, I stamped the bunny with umbrella from the Avery Elle Look for Rainbows stamp.  I colored the bunny's umbrella to match the colors in my rainbow with copic markers and cut out my colored bunny.  Then I stamped raindrops and hearts from the Avery Elle Rainbows stamp set and more raindrops from the Avery Elle Look for Rainbows stamp, colored them with copic markers and cut them out.

After I finished coloring my images, I glued my bunny, raindrops and hearts over my rainbow with a Lawn Fawn glue tube.  I stamped on the "when it rains, look for RAINBOWS" sentiment onto my cloud from the Avery Elle Look for Rainbows stamp using a Memento Tuxedo Black ink pad.  

When I finished coloring my card, I mounted the colored card panel onto a piece of black cardstock using double sided tape, leaving a small 1/8 border around my card panel.  Then I mounted that onto a piece of pink patterned paper I cut out from the Lawn Fawn Spring Fling paper pad using double sided tape.  Then I used a white glaze jelly roll pen to add highlights to my colored images.

Sending rainbows your way!

Thanks for following along and I hope you all have a rainbow filled day wherever you are! 🌈🌈   

Crafty hugs,
Beata June 💚💚

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