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Rainbow Mixed Media

Another mixed media card inspired by the SCS Inspiration Challenge this weekend - I can't stop!!!



HERE is the link to the inspiration piece I picked.  I used some old cardboard that I painted white and then I added water and sprinkled on some Brushos.  Then I did the same thing to some white paper and punched out the flowers once it dried.  Actually I made this in the mornings before work so it wasn't really difficult or time consuming.  I love how it came out!!!  My sentiment is from SU! and my punch is from Martha Stewart. 

I am entering this in the following challenges:

Crafting with Friends:  Anything Goes
Craft your Passion:  Anything Goes
Inspiration Destination:  Anything Goes

Hugz!!!!

Comments

  1. I love this rainbow effect and I always admire you for using old cardboard. I just found and old box the other day and was almost going to toss it and I remembered I could use it. Now I have to just get working on it. This card is fabulous and glad to see you make just good creative use of your time before you have to go to work. Have a good day.

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  2. Wow stunning,just love this, fab colours and design.xxx

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  3. Absolutely gorgeous!!! I really should have gotten that MS punch!! Love the rainbow of colours on the cardboard!

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  4. What a smashing success you've had in making this card. Talk about eye candy!!! I absolutely LOVE this one - a brilliant creation!!

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  5. SO unique and beautiful!!! I would have had a total mess if I'd tried it and yet yours is stunning. LOVE IT!
    Lynn

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  6. Wow, this is stunning, such amazing colours!
    hugs Jacee
    Simply Paper Card Design

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  7. A beautiful card Nancy, such fabulous colours and texture.
    Have a lovely weekend.
    Pauline
    x

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  8. Such amazing texture and interest with the card! Super design!

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  9. This is GORGEOUS!!!! Love the idea!!!

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  10. This is a gorgeous project! Love the colors and textures. Thank you for sharing with us at Craft Your Passion. We hope to see you again!
    xx Bonnie DT

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  11. Wow!! This is such a clever idea!! I love the rainbow colors on this and your use of the cardboard!! BEAUTIFUL!!

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  12. This is beautiful! I love the rainbow effect of it. Thanks for joining us this week at IDCB. Julie, DT member

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  13. Beautiful - love color effect - it is perfect.

    Thanks for sharing with us at Crafting With Friends challenge blog.
    Erika, DT

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  14. Love this! Great oolors. Imay have to case this :-)

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