Wild & Wonderful Release – More Rainbow Cards

Mel's Card Corner | CPD Wild & Wonderful Release

I’m back again today with two more cards I created using products from the new Wild & Wonderful release which launched yesterday from Catherine Pooler Designs. I used more of the rainbow ink blended panel which I heat embossed with the Kaleidoscope background stamp for these cards. Between these cards and the one I posted yesterday, I ended up with a total of three cards using just one ink blended panel. Cutting up a panel into smaller pieces is a great way to get more mileage from a technique piece vs. just using it to make one card.

Mel's Card Corner | CPD Wild & Wonderful Release

I used another long strip from the panel for this card. As a reminder from yesterday’s post, I created the rainbow panel by ink blending on a piece of white cardstock using Catherine’s inks in Be Mine, Limoncello, All That Jazz, and Grape Crush. These four inks combined created such a gorgeous rainbow!

Mel's Card Corner | CPD Wild & Wonderful Release

I adhered near the strip near the bottom of the card then lined up the sentiment from the Note of Thanks stamp set just above it in my MISTI stamping tool. I stamped the sentiment using Midnight ink. Since I was stamping over the edge of the rainbow strip, I used a black Copic Multiliner to fill in the little bit along the very edge that didn’t stamp well.

Mel's Card Corner | CPD Wild & Wonderful Release

For the second card, I created an elongated oval by cutting along the large circular areas in the Kaleidoscope background stamp. Two of these large circular areas combined create a really nice size focal area.

Mel's Card Corner | CPD Wild & Wonderful Release

I stamped the sentiment from the Focus on the Good Floral stamp set on white cardstock using Midnight ink. I colored the open areas of the letters using Copic markers that coordinated with the colors used in the ink blended panel. I used pinks for the word focus, yellow for the word on, teal for the word the, and purple for the word good. Once colored, I fussy cut around the sentiment and popped it up on the ink blended panel using foam tape.

Be sure to head over to Catherine’s blog now. She’s the starting point for today’s hop. You’ll definitely want to hop along and leave comments at all the stops for a chance to win. Five randomly selected winners will each receive two of Catherine’s ink pads, including free shipping!

Until next time …

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One comment

  1. Cindy Holmes says:

    Beautiful cards! I especially like the second one! I really like the style stamp design of the sentiment! And how you have colored the letters in a rainbow of colors just like the background! It just makes it pop!!!!

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