Am I the only person who likes to make art featuring art supplies? Somehow I doubt it. And when it comes to stamping, it's hard to beat Neat and Tangled's Paint Night set for sheer adorability. Coincidentally, it also happens to be available at The Ink Pad!
As soon as I saw the sweet little artist with her paintbrush, I was immediately trying to figure out how to work a rainbow into my card. Because if you're going to paint, you should probably try to use ALL THE COLORS, right?
I decided to paint a rainbow on the sweet tiny canvas, but then let it overspill onto the front of the card. I painted the latter first, with my Kuretake Gansai Tambi Watercolors on Canson Cold Press Paper, so it would have time to dry. While I waited, I stamped the artist, easel and sentiment on regular cardstock, colored with Zig Clean Color Real Brush Markers, shaded with Derwent Procolour Pencils, and fussycut. I added the stamped images to the watercolor background along with some Eyelet Outlet Heart Brads and lots of multicolored sequins. Then I mounted the whole panel on beautiful blue Ideaology Metallic Jewel Cardstock and affixed to a white A2 card.
If your day is not very colorful, why not stop by The Ink Pad --still at the 7th Avenue location, and still conducting an AWESOME Getting-Ready-To-Move Sale!-- or visit The Ink Pad Online?
still says, "RAINBOW" when asked
to name her favorite color!