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How to Create Easy Rainbow Die Cut Cards + Video

Easy Rainbow Watercolor Sentiment Cards

Today, I am sharing how to make easy rainbow die cut cards. And, I’ve got something new….a video! Yes, I created my first video and I’d love for you to watch it.

How To Make Rainbow Sentiment Cards

These cards are are quick to make and very eye-catching. I love bright happy colors and with watercolor brush markers you can make a high impact card in a short amount of time.

Using Watercolor Brush Markers on Die Cuts.

Products Used:

Using Altenew Watercolor Brush Markers in Cardmaking.

You can watch the video below or click HERE to watch it on YouTube.

Tutorial on My Watercoloring Process:

  1. I started by brushing water on Bristol Cardstock.
  2. Using watercolor markers, I start at the bottom and add lines of rainbow color aiming for loose 1/4″ inch bands that are not precise or particularly even.
  3. I add water as needed to complete the panel.
  4. Let the panel dry and then die cut your sentiment.
  5. Cut an additional sentiment from white cardstock and then glue to the back of the rainbow die-cut.
  6. Cut a white background band for the sentiment and then adhere to an A2 card base with foam tape.
  7. Use liquid glue to adhere the sentiment to the white background band.
  8. Embelish with enamel dots.

The Thank You and Birthday Cards were created with the Watercolor Brush Markers.

Watercolor Rainbow Die Cut Birthday Card.

The Hello card below was watercolored with Derwent Inktense Pencils.

Using Derwent Inktense Pencils in cardmaking.

I always love bright and happy and I think I achieved that with these three cards.

I’d love to hear what you thought about my video and these cards.

See ya next time!

Karen

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