I believe I cut each of the Designer Series Paper pieces to 1 3/4″ x 5 1/4″. They are all on a piece of Whisper White as the backing. I attached the bottom piece of Designer Series Paper to the Whisper White before die cutting the cloud edge. I staggered each piece about 1/2″ above the piece below.
I also put Stampin’ Dimensionals under the bottom only of the Designer Series Paper piece.
I wanted to try something different on this card. I used the stencil I talked about in this post for the sky. The trees are stamped in Early Espresso and then I sprayed water on them so that the color broke down.
I saw this card when I was looking for rainbow ideas and I knew I had to recreate it. I just loved it. My rainbow isn’t quite as large but I made it work. Check out this post to see how I handle the rainbow. I used matte Mod Podge in a fine tip glue bottle to add the little stars.
This is another one inspired by the Occasions Catalog. Check out the original here.
For this card, I did second generation stamping where I stamped the Real Red arch on a piece of scrap paper before stamping it on the Whisper White and die cutting it. I did the same for the rest of the arches. I wanted to create a softer rainbow but with the same colors. See this post for how to put the rainbow together. I never had an issue with this but if you are having issues matching up your stamp and your die, try putting the stamp inside the die before putting it on your block. I didn’t come up with this idea but I can’t remember where I saw it.
This is another card inspired by one from the Stampin’ Up! November OnStage event. Sometimes a rainbow just isn’t right. You may be able to see the glints from the Glitter & Clear Epoxy Shapes, they are just too cute! I also had to include a Silver Foil lining because we always need hope.