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Friday, April 1, 2016

It's April 1st!!!

Even though the start of this fourth month means that it's April Fools Day, it's no joke that there's a new challenge starting at Naughty or Nice Challenges today! 


Ah, rainbows. Sounds like the perfect prompt for a nice card, doesn't it? At first I thought, hmm, should I do balloons? A rainbow in a rain-washed sky? And then I gave my head a shake and went with the obvious choice... wine glasses! 




I really did cut a mask for the wine glass so that I could cascade them down the left side of my card. I found some hangover-inducing patterned paper to cover the card base before popping the main panel up with a layer of fun foam for extra stability. Easy and fun! 

I'm adding this card to Wednesday's Anything Goes challenge at Simon Says Stamp
What can you do with rainbows? Come and play with us at Naughty or Nice Challenges! 
Supplies: Papertrey ink white cardstock, Amy Tangerine Sketchbook patterned paper, Paper Smooches Free Spirits & Hampton Arts LOL Wine stamps, Versafine onyx black & Memento lady bug, tangelo, dandelion, bamboo leaves, teal zeal, lilac posies & grape jelly inks, fun foam


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8 comments:

Barbara Godden said...

Awesome card, what a fab. idea love how you stacked them up.

Dotty Jo x said...

This is fabulous, Lindsey! What a great way to interpret the challenge, Jo x

Blue Kube said...

Love how you cascaded the wine glasses. Nice card!

Heather G said...

You cut a mask?? That itty-bitty glass stem?? You definitely WEREN'T drinking when you created this card LOL Beautiful..the cascading glasses are perfect!!

Lisa Arana said...

love the rainbow of wine glasses!!!

Polka Dot Rosie said...

Awesome card and I especially love the chevron edge :) Great work, teammie! (btw your link on the NON blog isn't working)

Melissa Bove said...

Fabulous card! Wonderful design! Love that sentiment!! :)

Thank you very much for joining us this week at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge Blog!

hugs...
Melissa

Claire Grantham said...

Love your card, the wine glass stack is genius and so beautifully executed. Cx