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3 Different Ways to Use Rainbows in Card Making (Papertrey Ink + GIVEAWAY)

Do you love colorful rainbow card making like me? These new Paper Trey Ink products are really fun to create projects! Make sure to join the Instagram hop for a chance to win a gift card to Papertrey Ink!

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Rainbow ink blending is one of my favorite types of ink blending. I love seeing the beautiful colors. For this 1st card, I stamped some presents from the latest release and white heat embossed them. Next, I added rainbow ink blending to the panel.

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Last, I did some silver heat embossing with the sentiment on vellum and created my own silver card stock by adding heat embossing to card stock. For the next card, I rainbow ink blended another panel with the same colors. Then, I used the daisy dies to cut multi-colored flowers for the front of this panel. This “Birthday wishes” sentiment fit perfectly in between my rainbow flowers.

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For the 3rd card, I used a stencil to create another rainbow effect. My favorite part of this card is the rainbow sentiment. I achieved this look by ink blending a rainbow over a stamp. Next, I added clear heat embossing powder to really make it awesome!

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My last card doesn’t have a rainbow but I love the monochromatic look of it. This teal paper is from Your Paper Insider which is one of my favorite crafty things of the year. Watch my latest LIVE for more info on this amazing paper.

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I really love these beautiful label dies from Papertrey Ink – they would also make a beautiful shaker card! For this card, I kept the flowers relatively simple with white paper and some shadowing with a W0 copic marker. The sentiment is black heat embossed with copic marker coloring to create the ombre` effect.

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