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Rainbow Builder with Lorena

December 7, 2020

Hello Roadies! I’m so excited to share this card with you today! I used some new products that have just been released as well as one that is NEW and coming to the shop very soon! Can you spot it?

Let’s get started! I started by prepping some black cardstock cut to 4″x 5.25″ with some anti-static powder. I stamped the dotted heart from the Rainbow Builder using some clear embossing ink. I stamped the entire panel, creating a pattern. I sprinkled on some gold embossing powder then heat set.

Next I took these awesome ticket dies that will be coming soon to the shop very soon! These are so much fun and I already have so many ideas I want to try. For today’s card I die cut the row of three using burgundy colored cardstock. I heat embossed three sentiments from Holy Shit onto the middle ticket using gold embossing power. Then I tore the tickets glued them together to add dimension to the gold embossed ticket.

Next I picked some colors to stamp my rainbow. I was inspired by Lara’s video using the Rainbow Builder and picked a similar color scheme. I did heat emboss the dotted part of the rainbow using more of the gold embossing powder.

Put it all together! I matted my cardbase onto burgundy cardstock cut to 4.25″x 5.5″ then adhered that onto a white A2 sized card base. I trimmed down my stamped rainbow and matted it using some gold metallic cardstock and popped up the layered ticket using foam tape.

I couldn’t resist adding a few gold sequins to finish it off. I absolutely love the way this card turned out! I can’t wait to see what ya’ll do with this new Rainbow Builder set. It’s so much fun! Until next time-Lorena.

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