Rainbow Wreath ft Carnivale ink blending by Tasha

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Hey Crafty People!!

Tasha here with some more inspiration to share!

I bought the matching stamp set, stencil & dies for Trinity Stamp’s Autumn Rainbow last year and it suddenly occurred to me that I have never used them to make an actual Rainbow!! ??

So, naturally, I had to make one right away!



Making the wreath

I also broke out my Wreath Builder stencil and stamped out a circle of leaves, using two of the leaf designs from the set.

In case you’ve not seen this set before, you stamp out the spiny bits of the leaves, (spiny doesn’t seem quite right, but I honestly don’t know what else to call them ??) then use the matching stencil to add your colour.



Adding colour

I grabbed Catherine Pooler’s Carnivale ink collection and I worked around the wreath, blending one colour onto each of the spiny leaves I’d stamped with a Blending Buddy brush from Trinity.



Altering the sentiment

I wanted to put my sentiment onto a square that would sit in the centre of my wreath, but the last line of it was too long for it to fit. So I decided to do a little masking in order to get the sentiment to work in the way I wanted it to; I masked off the whole of the last line whilst I stamped the first three lines, then I shifted my cardstock over in my MISTI and stamped the first part of the last line. The original sentiment reads ‘diversity brings out the beauty in the world around us’ but I just left off the around us bit.

I popped the sentiment square up on some foam into the centre of the wreath and I embellished it with some Fairy Rocks, also from Trinity Stamps.


I decided to put my finished panel onto a black, top folding card base; my panel ended up being 3.75inch square on a 4inch square card base.

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