Rainbow Birthday Wishes

It is time for another CAS Colours & Sketches challenge. And, I have to admit, I’m a little nervous: I’m hostessing this month! I hope you like the challenges! Check out the latest challenge: #41 – colors (of course it would be rainbow ;) ).

CAS Colours & Sketches Challenge #41

And here is my (first) take:

by Karen @ carefree creations - Rainbow Shadows

I used a baby wipe to make a custom rainbow ink pad. To make sure I had ink in just the right amount of space, I first stamped my image on the baby wipe using a pale grey color. Then it was easy to put the refill ink exactly where I wanted it.

Here’s a photo of that:

Baby Wipe - Controlled Ink

I didn’t want to waste my baby wipe (though you can save the custom ink pads in a ziploc for a bit), so I decided to make another card.

by Karen @ carefree creations - Rainbow Swipe

This time I dragged the inked baby wipe down my card stock.

One thing I did on both cards was to die-cut the word birthday from white and use the “inside” pieces to help block out the background and make the text stand out more.

Make sure you check out the other design team members:
Jacqueline
Louise – taking a break this month
Patricia

I hope you join us at CAS Colours & Sketches!

Thanks for stopping by!

A Little About the Challenge: Posted every Thursday, the challenges alternate between color and sketch (if there is a 5th week in the month you get the double dose of color & sketch).

Happy Birthday
All supplies Papertrey Ink unless otherwise noted.
Stamps: Wonderful Words: Birthday;
Ink/Card Stock: White, Pure Poppy, Orange Zest, Harvest Gold, New Leaf, Blueberry Sky, Royal Velvet, Winter Wisteria;
Other: Wonderful Worrds: Birthday die;
Technique: baby wipe;

8 thoughts on “Rainbow Birthday Wishes

  1. These are both beautiful Karen. I will have to try your technique, I love how the greeting stands out. Great job! Sorry I couldn’t make this challenge but I will be back with a take on your fab sketch next week

    Louise xx

  2. Two excellent CAS cards – but I have to admit I prefer the bold stripes on the second card to the repeated sentiment on the first. Piecing together the word “birthday” from white and black was a clever move (and would probably try my patience if I attempted it, LOL!). Great job, Karen!

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