Hello stampers, crafters, and friends I hope that you have a safe and fun Memorial Day weekend. Today I am sharing with you a technique video from Stampin’ Up!® and the card and gift bag I made using it. This is a very fun easy and impressive technique. You can also do it with your Stampin’ Write Markers. Here’s a look at my projects that I am sharing today.
Color Combination for this card features some new 2017-2019 InColors and a few classic colors. They all play very nicely together, and they make a fun and bright birthday color scheme.
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I wanted to create a card and gift bag that matched but was easy to create. I wanted the main focus to be on the Rainbow Stamping technique.
- So I stamped the Stylized Birthday Stamp using the Rainbow Stamping Technique and then used the largest stitched circle and cut out the words twice.
- I took the same circle and cut out the circle in my card front and cut a large scalloped circle out of Crushed Curry cardstock and then used the next two sizes down and cut out the center of the scalloped circle.
- I added this to the front of the cut out on the card front after stamping the balloon image from Happy Birthday Gorgeous.
- For the bag I cut a piece of Berry Burst Cardstock to fit the bag 2 7/8 by 11 and scored it to fit the bag.
- I stamped the same image in Berry Burst Classic Ink and created a banner end, by cutting up the center and then cutting point to center on both side.
- Then placed it inside the 3 x 6 gusseted bag filled it with your favorite candy, and I held it together and punched a hole on both sides holding the flap up.
- Next I ran the ribbon through the holes and tied it into a little bow. The flap comes down in the front and I added the stitched circle to the front of the bag insert.
These projects really come together quickly, and easily. Below you will find the video on how to do the Rainbow Stampin’ Technique. If you are viewing this post by email you will have to click on the image below the video tab to see the video.
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Thanks for dropping by today I hope that you give this technique a try. I know that it will become a strong wheel house for your stampin’ techniques and in your studio. If you would like any of the products you have seen today you can get them all in my online store starting June 1, 2017.