Wednesday 14 April 2021

Around the World on Wednesday | Monochrome Rainbow Challenge

Hello and welcome to my blog post for the Around the World on Wednesday Blog Hop!

This month we have a fantastic theme.

The Monochrome Rainbow Challenge!

The crew have each created with a selected colour depending on their time zone to create a rainbow across the world. 

How fabulous is that!

My time zones colour is orange so I have decided to showcase the new In Colour Pale Papaya that will be available with the release of the new 2021-2022 Annual Catalogue in May. I have also created with some new products that will also be available in the 2021-2022 Annual Catalogue. I am so excited to share these new products with you.

I have created my card using the Hand-Penned Petals Bundle 
and the Bark 3D Embossing Folder. 

I started with a Basic White card base measuring 21cm x 14.9cm

Then I cut another piece of Basic White card stock to measure 10cm x 14.3cm and ran this through my Stampin’ Cut & Emboss machine with the Bark 3D Embossing Folder

I used Pale Papaya ink and a Blender Brush to colour a 11cm x 11cm pice of Basic White card stock.

I created the sweet frame using the Layering Squares Dies. Placing a straight edged square die inside a scalloped square die before die cutting a piece of Basic White card stock. Using mini dimensionals, secure to the Pale Papaya coloured piece and trim down to fit

Die cut the pretty floral spray from the Penned Flowers Dies using Basic White card stock. Glue this to the Pale Papaya layer

Secure a piece of the Pale Papaya Open Weave Ribbon around the top third of the Embossed Bark layer and secure at the back using Tear n’ Tape. Glue the embossed layer to the card base

Glue the framed square layer over the top of the ribbon using glue. Then make a small bow using the Pale Papaya open weave ribbon and secure it to the right hand side of the framed layer with a glue dot

Stamp the sentiment in Pale Papaya ink on Basic White card stock and die cut with the small circle die from the Tasteful Labels Dies. Use a dimensional to secure to the sentiment to the bottom right hand side of the frame

I hope you like my Card for the Monochrome Rainbow Challenge. It was the perfect opportunity to use the beautiful new Pale Papaya In Colour.

Make sure that you hop around the globe and see the beautiful rainbow that the team have created this month. You are definitely going to be inspired by the gorgeous projects.

Next up on the hop is the lovely and talented Rochelle Laird-Smith please click on the next button below to head to their post

Below are the links to each team members blog post!

Thank you so very much for visiting today. You are appreciated!

Have a wonderful day!


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  1. How beautiful! I love this new colour and the stamp set. I cannot wait to get my pre order.

  2. Such a pretty card! Pale Papaya is my favorite new In Color!

  3. Oh, this is my first look at the Bark folder - it's great! I like the way you've created a shadow box effect with your frame.

  4. Love the bark folder. Very pretty creation

  5. Such a pretty card Leonie. Thank you for the little sneak peek of exciting new product! xxx

  6. What a lovely card! I haven't played with my pre-order items yet, but I love this color.

  7. Love your design..Penned Flower is the prettiest suite and you have me wishing my order would soon arrive!!..and love that Pale Papaya!

  8. Beautiful card. Love the frame and the beautiful die cut flowers.

  9. Amazing card, Leonie! Love everything about it and blending the background behind the diecut - wow, gorgeous! As always thanks for the inspiration and for hopping with us! x

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