Hello again! Today’s card is a super rainbow slimline card together with the cute mice from Mouse House stamp set.
I hope you try this cute fun idea and feel free to share your rainbow makes in the Paper Tree Tribe here. The full product list is at the end of this post however, the specific items are linked within the written tutorial. Enjoy the video tutorial below and also read on for the written tutorial.
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RAINBOW INK BLENDED CLOUDS
All month I have shared rainbow cards ideas therefore, I want to use different colours for today’s card.
I chose Chiffon, Bellini, Coral Cabana, Be Mine, Pixie Dust, Cummerbund and In The Park inks by Catherine Pooler as they have the same brightness and intensity.
Then ink blend puffy clouds in rainbow order with a Blending Buddy brush, starting at the bottom of the slimline card.
Does having one brush for each colour stop me from putting the yellow brush in the green ink? It didn’t today. Incidentally, Trinity Stamps blending brushes are easy to clean with the Blending Brush Scrubber.
COLOURING RAINBOW MICE
Next, I stamped onto Bristol card – the three different mice, and also the tiny cheese slice from the Mouse House stamp set. Chose 7 bolder colours – Catching Rays, Orange Twist, Rockin Red, Party Dress, Grape Crush, Suede Shoes and Mardi Gras inks and colour each mouse a different colour of the rainbow. With Twilight ink for inside the mice ears.
I stamped the sentiment, from the same stamp set, directly onto the background. Finally, I adhere to a slimline card base, and foam mount all the mice (and the cheese).
Aren’t the rainbow mice cute? I did question myself with placing rainbow mice on rainbow clouds. Have I gone overboard on the rainbow theme?
BASIC CARD MAKING SUPPLIES
The card and ink supplies are here with the basic craft supplies here
Find more inspiration by Jeni here at the Tutorial blog
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