Rainbow Bubble Hello Card

Hello friends! It’s Theary here back on the blog today. I hope that this week has been treating you well. I wanted to share a card I created using the Bubble Words and Arts & Crafts Icons stamp sets for today’s project.

I started my project with an alcohol-friendly card stock that I cut to 4.25 inches by 5.50 inches. This card requires some masking to help create a scene of the paintbrush painting out the word “Hello.” So, to do this, I needed to mask off parts of the paintbrush. I used my Misti to stamp the paintbrush from the stamp set, Arts & Crafts Icons, onto the white card panel and onto masking paper. I then fussy cut the image out of the masking paper and placed it over the stamped paintbrush on the white card panel.

Next, I stamped the hello sentiment from the Bubble Words stamp set with alcohol-friendly ink. Then I removed the masking paper and colored all stamped images in with Copic markers. I wanted to keep this card simple with a pop of color, so I thought using a rainbow color palette seemed most fitting.

After coloring the card panel, I used one of my rectangles die from my stash and die cut the card panel using my die cutting machine. I then adhered the card front to a gray-colored card stock that I trimmed slightly larger than my card panel and mounted that onto a top folding card base with foam tape.

I used my shimmer marker and applied sparkle to the sentiment to add more interest to this card. The matching envelope was easy to come together too. I used white pigment ink and stamped the hello sentiment with the Bubble Words stamp set. The stamp set also includes some heart images that I also stamped on to the envelope.

And there you have it; the card is now complete. I hope you enjoyed this tutorial and discovered something new. Until next time, I hope you have a beautifully blessed day!

Theary Chea


{Be sure to watch Theary's process video for this card - you can find the video here.}


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