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Rainbows for Turner Syndrome

Hello there, Christine here wishing you a very Happy Valentine’s Day!  I’m here with a card that I made for the Turner Syndrome Awareness Blog Hop (Miss Ink Stamps is a sponsor!).  I wanted to make a sunshine and rainbow card using a happy little critter, so I took my favorite Miss Ink stamp set Punny Farm Goats and made the sunshine with the Floral Stained Glass stencil and simply added lots of butterflies!

To make the card, I ink blended scattered straw distress oxide ink over the stencil and then immediately added glitter paste over it (Frosty Sparkle, Couture Creations).  I die cut papers that matched the color palette from the hop (except for the blue) and clouds using a die set from Trinity Stamps (Slimline Rainbow Builder die set). I spent quite a bit of time making everything fit nicely on the A2 card.  I added some B000 copic outline to the clouds.

I added color changing butterflies, Dazzle Butterflies, and made a slanted photo above, so that you can see the color shift. I also added some pink Watercolor Butterflies to highlight the sentiment that I used from the Hippo Hooray stamp set.  Finally, I added my beloved happy little goat from the Punny Farm Goats stamp set and colored him simply with W0 and W3.

Thank you so much for stopping by!!

3 thoughts on “Rainbows for Turner Syndrome”

  1. OMG!! Your card is absolutely PERFECT for the “It’s A Girl Thing” Turner Syndrome Awareness 3rd Annual Blog HOp and Card Challenge!! I love everything about your card! The rainbow, those dazzling butterflies that I just have to get! The design of your card is so pretty!! Thank you so much for joining the Card Challenge and helping to spread awareness of Turner Syndrome! I really appreciate it!! Now I am off to Miss Ink Stamps to order some butterflies and thngs!! Shh! Don’t tell my hubby! Happy Valentine’s Day to you too!!

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  2. OH WOW this is just adorable! What a fabulous scene you have created … just wonderful! Thanks so much for helping to spread the word about Turner Syndrome! We appreciate your help!

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