Retro Rubber Challenge #19...
Lotus Blossom in Yellow...

Rainbows...

Today’s card is for the CAS(E) this Sketch challenge.  I am really enjoying playing along with their challenges as their sketches are very unique.  And speaking of – a huge Thank You to CTS for the honorable mention for THIS card last week!

I thought this sketch was a bit tricky with only a partial image showing and I had to think about it for a few days.  Ultimately, I decided I was going to do a rainbow and when I went looking for something to stamp the rainbow, I found my SU! Lovely Amazing You stamp set that had this neat little feather in it.  I was going to cut the ends of the feathers off to go along with the sketch but decided that it wouldn't look like feathers!

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So I chose five of the seven rainbow colors and set to work.  I stamped off each color once as I wanted a lighter background so the sentiment could really show.  The sentiment is from the Reverse Confetti Shine From Within stamp set and worked quite well with my feather rainbow.

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I added a bit of bling (to be the stars) and distressed the edges just a smidge.  I did run this thru the PTI linen impression plate but it is hard to tell because of the cardstock.

That’s it for today!  Be sure to pop in tomorrow!

Supplies:  CS:  SU! naturals white.  Inks:  SU! real red, pumpkin pie, daffodil delight, garden green and night of navy.  Memento black.  Stamps:  SU! lovely amazing you.  RC shine from within.  Rhinestones.  PTI linen impression plate.

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Leigh Penner

Oh, I love your rainbow feathers! Wonderful take on the sketch!

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