A Birthday Flyby

Happy Sunday everyone.  I was tempted to make another rainbow and unicorn card, but instead I gave the unicorn a rest and created a rainbow and dragon card. 😉

The Rainbow Stripes were die cut from watercolor paper and coloured with Distress Oxide ink and a mini blending tool.  They were spritz with water and dabbed with a paper towel, then set aside to dry.  Once dry, clear shimmer was added to give them some sparkle.  It looks really pretty IRL.

The dragon was stamped on a scrap of X-press It paper, coloured with Copics and die cut out with the matching die.  The cloud was a leftover diecut piece from my bag of scraps.  The sentiment was white heat embossed on a strip of black cardstock.

stitched rectangle was die cut from Whisper White cardstock and adhered to a white top folding card base before the card was assembled  Tumbled Glass distress ink was blended behind the dragon and cloud, which were popped up with foam adhesive for dimension. Several pastel sequins were added to finish.

Thank you for coming by and enjoy the rest of your day!

 

 

 

 

 

I am linking to the following challenges:
Freshly Made Sketches – FMS#284 Sketch by Karren
The Heart Desires – April 2017 #11
STAMPlorationsApril Theme Stamps & Wings
STAMPlorations – Things with Wings Linky Party

 

13 thoughts on “A Birthday Flyby

  1. Such a cute card with a dragon and glittery rainbow! So adorable! Thank you so much for playing along with us this month at STAMPlorations Sketch anf Theme Challenge ! 🙂
    Suchi – DT xx

  2. What a great card! Love the new oxide inks for the rainbow and your little dragon is so sweet. Glad you joined us this week at FMS!

  3. A sparkly rainbow and a cute, beautifully colored dragon — Perfect! Thanks for joining us at Freshly Made Sketches this week!

  4. Trina, this is such a sweet card. FYI. . .the shimmery rainbow colors show up well in the photo. This seems like a fun technique to add that something special to a card. I hope to try it soon. Thanks for sharing.

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