Tuesday, March 24, 2015

SHOPPING OUR STASH #194 - Neon Rainbow



Hello and good morning! We have a fun new challenge starting at SHOPPING OUR STASH! We are looking for rainbows! It could be interpreted as using a rainbow die cut, the colors of a rainbow, a picture of a rainbow, or, as the title suggests, you can use neon colors! Lots of options here! Here's the card I made:


 Here's the inside:

I started with a panel of water color paper. I stamped in VersaMark then heat embossed in clear EP. I used Distress Inks as my water colors. I smooshed the pads directly onto my craft mat, then took a paint brush loaded with water and scribbled on the colors, making sure each color touched the ones next to it so it bled together a bit. I'm digging this emboss resist technique! I rummaged around to find some iridescent rhinestones (more rainbows), and mounted the panel on my card base with foam squares. Super easy!

Here's a somewhat better pic of the embossing:

I hope that you get a chance to play along this week at Shopping Our Stash! Please check out what my teammies created - Wow! Amazing creations! Thanks for stopping by and I hope that you have a great day!


Supplies:
Stamps: Momenta; Some Odd Girl
Ink: VersaMark; Ranger DI - Barn Door, Squeezed Lemonade, Spiced Marmalade, Mowed Lawn, Faded Jeans, Dusty Concord; Memento - Tuxedo Black
CS: Strathmore water color paper; Darice
Accessories: WOW! - clear EP; heat gun; Recollections - rhinestones
Adhesives: SA by 3L - tape runner, 3D foam squares

8 comments:

  1. Isn't emboss resist the BEST?! Such a great way to use the huge sentiments. And you got really vibrant colors from your distress inks. Color me impressed. :)

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  2. Chris, your colors are so vibrant and the technique is so well executed! I love your "Happy" card, it made me smile! Great job!
    Hugz,
    Chana

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  3. Gorgeous rainbow card, I must try this technique. You have inspired me to try something new.Awesome job.

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  4. WOW that is absolutely stunning!! You need to do a video tutorial of that so I can watch!!
    Gorgeous!!

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  5. SHUT UP this is amazing! How have I never tried this? (smacks forehead) Perfectly blended and gorgeous and I LOVE IT!!!!

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  6. I LOVE it! What a perfect rainbow!

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  7. This is simply awesome. Fab beauty. Thank you for your visit and sweet luv.
    Berni

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