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February 7, 2013

Rainbow Birthday Card

Hi Everyone! This is Elizabeth from 217 Creations.  I am a cardmaker that enjoys pop dots, bling, buttons, and all sorts of dimensional goodies.  Unfortunately adding tons of bulk to a card can make mailing cards expensive.  So every now and then I try to make some "flat" cards that mail nicely.
I was inspired to make this card by the challenge at Pink By Design this week.  This week is rainbows and there were some cute projects to get inspired and moving.  It was so refreshing to use bright colors when it is so dreary outside.
This card is pretty basic so I will just list the supplies.  This is my first time using the Dylusions Ink Spray.  I love this product.  It is bright strong and opaque. I sprayed in order of ROYGBIV-(red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, violet- I skipped indigo)
Watercolor paper
Dylusions Lemon Zest Ink Spray
Dylusions Cut Grass Ink Spray
Dylusions Crushed Grape Ink Spray
Dylusions Postbox Red Ink Spray
Dylusions Squeezed Orange Ink Spray
Dylusions London Blue Ink Spray
Pink By Design Giant Greetings Stamp Set
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