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Let’s Celebrate 🌈 Rainbow Cat 🐱 Birthday Card

Hello Crafty Friend! Marie here! Thank you again for joining me on the blog today! I am sharing a colorful Rainbow birthday card featuring Reverse Confetti’s Stampset “Party Pals”.
From the moment I laid eyes on Reverse Confetti’s "Party Pals" Stamp Set , I fell in love with the whimsical style of these adorable critters! To create this card, I started off by die cutting 3 panels of 110 lb cardstock paper using Waffle Flower A2 Layers Dies. I then cut out my Rainbow Pattern Paper from the My Favorite Things  Fun In the sun 6x6 Paper Pad. I cut out my rainbow using the Whimsy Rainbow Dienamics from MFTStamps.
The clouds Dies are from MfT but I can’t seem to find it anywhere on the website however you can use any cloud die you have or you could use Hero Arts Nesting Clouds Dies you can find in the Butterfly Reflections Ink Shop! This has lots of different sizes! I also Used the Trinity Stamps Graham Cracker Alphabet Dies to cut out the letters of my sentiment. I then used various inks from MFTStamps to ink blend my rainbow. I used Lawn Fawn Glitter Paper in Pixie Dust for my clouds. An alternative would be Hero Arts Glitter Basics. Finally, my main scene panel die cut is from the Mama Elephant Oval Deco Frame creative cuts. After coloring my image, I positioned everything, glued them down and called it done.
Thank you for stopping by today! Don’t forget to visit the shop to find some of the products featured in this card as well as some really awesome goodies!!! Have a wonderful weekend!!!
   Happy Crafting Friends!!! 
         Marie 🤗🙌✨🥰


  1. Love how cute this card is!! I am excited because I have most of the supplies!! Thanks for the inspiration!


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