Today's card is made using the Photo Booth Props cartridge. Who knew this cartridge would be so versatile?
When I was making this card, I was nervous that it would not turn out. Then about halfway through I became giddy! It ended up being one of my favorite cards I have made in awhile.
Now, before you guys think I am a total stamping genius I am going to let you in on a secret. When I was stamping the watercolor brushstrokes down the side, I had no idea if it would work. Do you think I pulled out a ruler and measured to see if all of my colors would fit? That would be a big fat no. Instead I stamped all of the colors I had pulled out and realized I needed to add one more color of ink. Thank goodness thistle looks good next to gypsy! Also, the spacing totally worked out.
For the sentiment, I stamped it all in black. Then, I used one sponge dauber (a different one for each color) and added the ink to the banner section of the stamp. Before I stamped on a scratch sheet of paper I huffed on the stamp. This adds a little bit of moisture which is needed because it takes a little bit of time to add all of those colors.
The Cricut cut is actually the negative of the cut. I just backed it with glitter paper. This could not be easier!
If you have a Cricut Explore, here is the file: Cricut Rain or Shine card
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