Wednesday, June 3, 2009

Quick Rainbows

Stamps: Inkadinkado kid sentiment. Cardstock: Basic Grey Bittersweet Card Kit and DP. Ink: Chocolate Chip. Accessories: Martha Stewart border punch.

What is the fastest and easiest way to replenish your card stash? Card kits -- let someone else do all the cutting and scoring!

Using a kit doesn't mean all your cards have to look exactly alike, though. The Basic Grey 'Bittersweet' card kit I used has a Valentine's Day/Anniversary/Love theme, but it definitely isn't limited to that. Here is an Edwin card I created using it, too. Tweak a few of the elements and sentiments (like adding this Inkadinkado kid sentiment now available for pre-order at KLSNS) to end up with a quick, easy, and personalized card.

The best part of this card is the natural embellisment which appeared when I photographed it -- see the rainbow in the upper right corner? Guess that was my sign the card was complete and no additional editing is allowed!

Wishing you rainbows in your day, too!


  1. This is awesome! The rainbow is just perfect, it is the first thing I noticed! Beautiful, beautiful card!

  2. WOW!! That is super cool how the rainbow appeared on the card like that!! TEE! Beautiful papers and I love that sentiment!! ;)

  3. What a beautiful card Jessica,l love the papers and colours.

    Hugs Riet.x

  4. Your card is lovely! The rainbow reflection is super neat!

  5. Very pretty and the rainbow reflection is just so wonderful. Super nice card!

  6. Jessica...that rainbow is totally a crazy sign or something!! How cool is that!!?? Oh, and I love the card too, of course :-)

  7. Jessica such a clever card...and I just love that sentiment...You are soooooooo talented...Hugs..Jacque


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