New Release for Neat and Tangled – Rainbow Distress Oxide Background
Hi there crafty friends! Today I’m sharing a card using one of the new background stamp from Neat and Tangled. I’m a huge fan of polka dots — so I’m totally loving this background, Delicate Dots! The Thank You is from another stamp set being released in this release, which I’ll be sharing with you soon. This card is so bright and cheery and so simple to create. If you are looking to make some quick Thank you, Birthday or Sympathy cards this is an awesome card to sit and create 10+ cards.
I used my Distress Oxide Inks and my Picket Fence Life Changing Brushes and just went in the order of the rainbow but creating different color patterns and combos would be great for these simple cards. You could even just sit and play with different color combos and still use the practice sheets to create these simple cards!
I’m using Barn Door, Wild Honey, Squeezed Lemonade, Mowed Lawn, Stormy Sky, Wilted Violet and Picked Raspberry Distress Oxide Inks. This shade of the rainbow colors reminds me so much of Rainbow Brite! Ahh, the good old 80’s cartoons!
I stamped the sentiment and polka dots in Memento Black ink. The black matting is all adhered with foam tape to give some extra dimension. When adding some height to simple cards, it really gives it so much more definition.
Check out my YouTube Channel for some Distress Oxide Background Tutorials and my Distress Oxide Blog Posts!
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This is soooo fun!! Love the rainbow background with those fabulous dots!
Love the dots and the rainbow colors! Pretty card!
What a festive, vibrant and happy card! Beautiful design.
Wow, I love what you created!
Always happy when I see a rainbow! This is lovely and I adore the new delicate dots stamp – it’s so big!
Beautiful rainbow card…love the striking colours.
Awesome rainbow colored card!! Love it! 🙂
This is beautiful!
OMG the colors on this card are so vibrant – love how you added the water to distress it:)