Rainbow Whipping | Distress Ink Blending on Die Cut & Double Shaker

Today I wanted to make something really colorful.

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I blended my distress inks on this happy birthday circle die.  I also die cut a larger circle frame and blended the colors. I did get some harsh lines because part of the die was embossed so it’s hard to get a smooth and even blending. Next time, I will blend out the colors first before I die cut them.

I decided to make both circles into shakers. Double the shaker double the fun! I guess?! I used 10mm moonshine sequins in the smaller one and clear droplets in the larger one. Together, they made a HUGE shaker element but I LOVE it!

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I backed the humongous shaker onto some pattern papers from Dear Lizzy Fine & Dandy collection. Finally I finished the card by rounding all four corners.

Supplies:

  1. Ranger Distress Ink: Picked Raspberry, Peacock Feather, Mustard Seed and Seedless Preserve
  2. Dear Lizzy Fine & Dandy Paper Pad
  3. White Cardstock
  4. Sizzix Stackable Circle Dies
  5. Simon Says Stamp Stamptember Happy Birthday Circle Die
  6. Sequins 10mm ~ Moonshine Delight
  7. Clear Droplets

I have entered this card to Virginia’s View Challenge #19

4 thoughts on “Rainbow Whipping | Distress Ink Blending on Die Cut & Double Shaker

  1. LOVE this! Your use of this die is superb! 🙂 So glad that you join the fun over Virginia’s View “All Things Colored” Challenge! Hope to see more of your lovely work soon again! And thank you for being so AWESOME!

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  2. This die has finally arrived in my hot little hands and I love your ink blending rainbow on it – I’m off to have some colourful fun with it right now…so pretty. TFS!

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