Hello everyone! It’s Eva on the blog today sharing 3 different ways to make rainbow cards with your favorite We R tools!
During this difficult time, cards are one of the best ways to cheer someone up and let them now you are thinking about them! I am going to show you 3 simple cards that you can make in batches and send to your loved ones or people that need a little cheering up in nursing home or hospitals.
Rainbow card number 1
For this card I used the Circle and Spin & Trim to create 17” inch circles. I started with the widest circle and decreased ½ at a time.
I place the rainbow strips on my cards and decided to use my Foil Quill to include my sentiment.
I used a cooper foil and the medium tip to write my message.
Finally, I glued my strips a bit apart and trimmed the rest. I love how the foil looks!
Look how pretty the foil shines!
Rainbow card number 2
For this card I used my Mini Evolution. The machine comes with some circle dies and those were perfect to cut rainbow stripes! I like to cut all the dies at one so I am sure everything is aligned perfectly. Plus, you can crate other rainbows with the rest of the circles.
Next, I placed all my circles in order and glue them to a base.
I also cut some clouds from this lovely Pebbles paper and trimmed a section of the rainbow.
To add my sentiment I used the Mini Precision Press. This tool is perfect to create cards in batches and creates perfect stamped images every time.
And this is the final card. I added a few 3d adhesive dots to the rainbow and the clouds. Isn’t it cute?
Rainbow card number 3
My final card is a bit different. I made a rainbow but with straight strips–super easy and fun! First, I used my Trim & Score to cut strips of paper in all the rainbow colors.
Next, I used my Stitch Happy Pen to add a stitched sentiment to the cloud. I love the texture of the stitched image.
I used my Rotary Tool to quill the bottom part of my strips. Fun, right?
Finally, I glue my strips to the card and placed the cloud with the stitched sentiment on top.
And here you have all three cards. I am sure they are going to bring joy to your loved ones! If you are a bit worried about sending handmade cards you can make them, leave them in a plastic bag and then send them after a week!
I hope I can inspire you to create a few cards and that you can brighten someone’s day with them.
Have a great day!