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Peacock Backdrop Thank You Card

Hello it’s Lisa and today I am up on the Kat Scrappiness blog with a card using some old and new products from the KS store! I made a thank you card because you can never have too many of those! One of my favorite techniques is ink blending and especially in rainbow colors! I just love to make an ink blended rainbow and then cut a pattern out of it.  Here’s the short and sweet on how I made my card.

I started with a base of Bristol Smooth cardstock and did some ink blending with some Distress inks in rainbow colors.  I die cut the rainbow panel using the Peacock Backdrop Die. I love how the peacock pattern showed up really well through the rainbow colors!

I cut the rainbow panel down to a smaller rectangle size so I could layer it on to another piece of cardstock.  I embossed another panel with some larger polka dots and adhered the rainbow panel to that.

The last step was to die cut the Thank You Brush Script Word Die out of white paper and lay that on top of the rainbow panel. I decorated the entire card with Pink Heart Droplets, Blue Heart Droplets

and White Jewels for some extra sparkle!

Here’s another pic with all of the supplies pictured:

I love how this card came out and I love the pattern in the Peacock Backdrop Die! I hope this gave you some new ideas about using your cover dies!

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Have a great day, I already am!

Lisa  ?

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1 Comment

  • Reply Andre M.

    Lovely blending paired with the gorgeous peacock pattern on your card!

    02/26/2020 at 9:15 AM
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