Thursday, 8 March 2018

A Rainbow of Happy Mail

Hello.  Welcome.  I made a postcard featuring happy mail!!!


I cut Poppystamps Mail Stack die, made it a rainbow of colour using Promarkers and pieced it back into the postcard.  It started white, but it looked too stark so I gave it a wash of DI Spiced Marmalade and splashed some water on it.  I stamped the sentiment from Stamplorations, splitting it between the envelope and the bottom of the card, and stamped, coloured and fussy cut Mini Bunny Tilda stamp.  

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  1. Hello, Such a sweet card, I am loving those rainbow of colours and your hand made backing paper is scrumptious!!! Thank you so much for sharing your creativity with us at LHOSM!
    Crafty Cuddles Jay xx

  2. This looks great.....It's nice to read all the details about how this card was made. Thank you for the inspiration......and thank you for joining our challenges at LHOSM and Midweek Magnolias challenge.
    xxx Plony

  3. Fabulous use of this Poppystamp die Gail, love the rich colours.
    Thank you for joining us over on Poppystamps challenge blog.
    Pam x

  4. Fun card! Thanks for playing along with us for the CAS-ual Fridays Rainbow challenge :)

  5. Very sweet image - great idea to make the cascade of letters into a rainbow - I love it! Thanks so much for playing along with our Bold challenge at Time Out! Jill

  6. Beautiful stamping and such an adorable card. ♥ this. Thanks so much for entering into our current challenge and good luck in the draw.
    [aNNie]Designer for Lovely-haenglar Challenges

  7. This is cute, The imagery you chose works so well on the postcard. Thanks for joining the challenge at Country View Challenges. Good luck and hope to see you again. Teresa x

  8. Love this, fun idea.
    Cheers <3


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