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Group One
In & Out of Studio 3D
Wednesday, 9 August 2017
Stamping Out Rainbows
Topic: Online Class

Day 2 of the Online Card Class I'm taking had it's focus on stamping using rainbow colors.

First up was Jennifer with a first- and second-generation rainbow stamped in a grid. I used a chevron heart where she used a solid. I added three layers of diecut sentiment and a striped background.


This was followed by layered stamping, using overlapping colors to create a more complete rainbow. There are actually only 6 colors used on these crayons. The effect is created entirely by stamping one color on top of another.The crayon stamp is one I hand carved years ago. Again, I used a striped background and triple layered diecut sentiment.


The instructor, Laura, taught how to make ombre plaid rainbows using three border stamps and blending ink on them. I bordered in black, popped up a color circle and added a triple thick diecut sentiment.


Carissa demonstrated several ways of getting a sentiment inked into a rainbow. I didn't use any of her embossing techniques, just straight up inking. I trimmed out the sentiment by hand and mounted it on a black banner strip. Layered over black and white background bordered in coral.

I'm liking this rainbow theme!

Ddd


Posted by studio3d@ccgmail.net at 12:05 AM PDT

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