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You Are My Rainbow Slimline Card

Hi everyone, it’s Tina here. I am super excited to share today’s card with you. It is using the new Slimline Film Strip Border dies which I designed along with the Slimline Raindow and Stitched Puffy Cloud dies. Below you will find the steps to create your own card.

Step 1 – Trim White Cardstock to 7” x 8 1/2”, score at 3 1/2” and fold in half for a vertical side fold card. (Slimline)

Step 2 – Diecut Slimline Film Strip Border using Black Cardstock.

Step 3 – Apply Distress Oxide Tumbled Glass onto a Gel Plate and spread it using a brayer. Splash some water using a Distress Sprayer. Apply White Cardstock onto the Gel Plate and add a copy paper on top and roll the brayer on top to press the ink into the Cardstock. You may need to repeat this step depending on your Gel Plate size. Trim a panel to 2 1/8” x 8”. Place the Film Strip on top of the panel and lightly trace the outline of the three windows using a pencil.

Step 4 – Diecut Slimline Rainbow using White Cardstock (or coloured). I used White and coloured in each rainbow strip using Alcohol Markers. Using some scotch tape I assembled the rainbow strips.

Step 5 – Diecut Stitched Puffy Clouds using the DIY background created in Step 3.

Step 6 – Cut sections of the Rainbow created in Step 4 and adhere with the clouds onto the panel created from Step 3 making sure each piece is within the penciled areas. If you have some out of the lines then trim it off. Once rainbows and clouds are adhered remove the pencil lines then adhere to entire panel to the backside of the Film Strip then adhere it to the card front using Bearly Art Precision Glue.

Step 7 – Stamp sentiment from your stash using Versafine Onyx Black Ink on White Cardstock. Trim the sentiment and adhere to card front using Foam Tape.

This card can be used for many occasions by simply changing the sentiment. Below you will find the link to all the products used. Thank you for stopping by and Happy Crafting!

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