Hello and happy Fri-yay! I hope you have fun things planned for the weekend ahead. I was originally going to title today's post, "Rockin' the Rainbow," but being the sugar fiend that I am, I remembered the old "taste the rainbow" Skittles commercials and then I found this article about people who really can taste the rainbow so I'm just rolling with it!
Today's cards features very colorful alcohol ink backgrounds in a wide array of rainbow colors and who doesn't love rainbows!? While I abstain from sharing my own moral, political and religious beliefs on this blog, June is Pride Month and I specifically made these cards with some of my LQBTQA+ friends and readers in mind. However the affirmative messages and vibrant hues on all of these cards could certainly be used to brighten anyone's day.
To create your own alcohol ink backgrounds you can follow any of these fabulous You Tube tutorials:
For this 1st card I used the My Favorite Things "Queen For a Day" stamp set and coordinating crown die.
The sentiment used on this card is from the Magic and Sparkle stamp set by Poppy Stamps. It does have a coordinating "sparkle" word die as well.
This sentiment stamp is from Spellbinders/Fun Stamper's Journey. I heat embossed the sentiment in black embossing powder on Yupo paper after the alcohol inks had dried.
I hope you have enjoyed today's rainbow cards. Thanks for visiting and have a great weekend!
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