A New Challenge At Time Out #143 – Inspired By Words

Hello … bonjour!  Our new challenge at Time Out has just started … and we have an ‘Inspired By Words’ theme for you to join in with for the next two weeks .. it takes both rain and sunshine to make a rainbow.  Here’s where I went with it …

        

As you can see, my focus was on the ‘rainbow‘ element of our words.  I took a white card panel and sponged it in a bevy of scrumptious rainbow colours, making sure to keep any muddy-able colours away from one another.  The panel was cut with Cover Model: Multifaceted Cutaway (from Winnie & Walter) … and I adhered a frame around it, that had been cut with two Hero Arts Infinity Dies.  The little ‘happy’ sentiment (from Simon Says Stamp) was stamped onto the frame, then I adhered the panel onto the card base using tiny slivers of foam tape.  The main sentiment is from Winnie & Walter, cut out of black cardstock, embossed in clear, dotted with silver pen (to mimic either rivets or jewels, depending on the recipient) and adhered/popped up over the rainbow.

        

Where will our words take your creativity?  You can use any or all of them to inspire your card … we’d love it if you played along with us.  We’re sponsored this time around by Winnie & Walter (thanks, Shay!) … our winner, as voted for by the DT, will receive a $25 GC … and as usual, will be invited to guest design with us in a future challenge.  The details are over at Time Out, along with heaps of lovely inspiration from our fabulous DT … and from our talented Guest Designer, Arlene from Sunday Stamper Papercrafts.   Do go and enjoy a visit with Arlene … there are so many inspiring designs to enjoy … and you can always say hello while you’re there!

I’m playing along at …

Addicted To Stamps And More – Anything Goes

Happy Little Stampers Dies – Anything Goes

Simon Says Stamp Monday – S Is For … Sponging (and Simon for that tiny sentiment!)

Simon Says Stamp Wednesday – Anything Goes

Simon Says Stamp Work It Wednesday – Celebrate

Watercooler Wednesday – All About Occasions

Thanks so much for coming by, your visits and comments are always a joy!  Anita 🙂

               

              

28 thoughts on “A New Challenge At Time Out #143 – Inspired By Words

    1. Kara

      This reminds me of prisms and the rainbows they create in the sunlight! Such a labor of love with the tiny slivers of foam tape! It’s such a happy and wonderful card, Anita!

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  1. mypapercraftworld Post author

    Problem with a double post … so Sandie’s comment on double copied over to here! A:)

    Sandie
    August 29, 2019 at 10:52 am

    Wonderful card, so detailed, Those cutaways are require more patience than I have! Love how you used the rainbow colours and super idea to add the contrast of the black sentiment x

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  2. Michele F

    I’ve always loved that phrase… you’ve brought it to paper just beautifully, Anita! Gorgeous sponging – and the POP of your black alphas are fabulous! and the ‘shadow play’ from lifting that faceted cutaway, gorgeous!
    =]

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  3. Lisa Elton

    While your colorful background is fabulous, you had me with the polka dot letters! Another delightful card Anita!

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  4. catcraig

    Anita, this is such a fabulous version of a rainbow card. the colors are crisp, there is such lovely white space and the sentiment shines. Perfection.

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  5. Mac Mable

    Fabulous blending of the rainbow colours and that die cut, cover plate is so striking. Fun idea to add the rivets/jewels to your wonderful card x.
    I had two posts from you so hope this comment is on the right page x

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  6. BarbGhig

    Your rainbow of colors on this Cutaway is fabulous, Anita! I love how it keeps the eye moving around the pattern and how the B&W alphas pop on your design! Clever idea to add tiny dots with your silver pen. too…totally inspiring, my friend! Barb xx

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  7. conil

    Gaaaah! So glad you chose “rainbow” as the word of the day. This is a glorious card…full of joy and loveliness. You truly know how to capture everyone’s heart.

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  8. TK

    Beautiful rainbow of colors, and your “diamonds” on your word is a fabulous idea! You truly made a beautiful card, Anita

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  9. Stephanie Lanzalotto

    Oooooo I love that rainbow treatment on that wonderful cutaway, Anita. The contrast of those wonderful bold black birthday letters dotted in silver and the placement that little tiny happy are fantastic! Wonderful creation! I love it!

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  10. Karen Brown

    What a fun and beautiful rainbow card! Your colors and die cutting looks wonderful. Thanks for joining us at Watercooler Wednesday.

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  11. aimeslee

    Hi Anita! Love your Rainbow Effect so much! I am also right now finishing up my card for this challenge and used the same inspiration, even though my card different. I suspect we may both love Rainbows, heehee! XOX

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  12. Cathy R

    Fantastic card Anita and such lovely rainbow colours, amazing design and perfect for those challenges, Cathy x

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  13. Ela

    Hi Anita,
    that’s so beautiful, I love the rainbow colours especially in combination with the black sentiment and the silver details.
    Hugs
    Ela

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  14. Jeanne

    Anita, I adore your rainbow die cut. It’s so beautifully blended with color. I like how you raised it and used the black letters with the dots to help the sentiment stand out. This card really stands out as a beauty, too!

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  15. djkardkreations

    Sorry to be so late visiting, my sweet friend! I love your graphic rainbow design! And your cool sediment reminds me of a Broadway marquee! A super original design!! LYAMYMF! I hope preparations are going smoothly! Hugs, Darnell xxoo

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  16. Claire A

    I’m so tempted with those cover plate dies but fear I’ll never know what to do with them! You’ve used this one perfectly..I always love a good rainbow effect and this looks amazing with the bold sentiment

    Reply

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