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Blending a Rainbow Background with the New Soda POP Collection

Hey crafty friends! Are you as pumped as I am for the BRAND NEW RELEASE from Catherine Pooler?! Catherine Pooler StampNation members get access on April 18th! General ordering opens on April 19th!
Keep scrolling to see how I made this card featuring the Music to My Ears Bundle from the NEW Soda POP Collection!

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All the cards I share in the next few weeks will be using the following products from the Music to My Ears Bundle:
* Retro Love Word Dies <– FREE with a $75 purchase!!!!
* Music to My Ears Stamp Set
* Music to My Ears Coordinating Die Set
* On Staff Background Stamp
* Doo Wop Cover Plate
* Rad Dad One Liners Stamp Set

When creating a rainbow background, I always start with the yellow first in the center of the card (in this case, Limoncello). Next, I’ll blend Oh Boy! along the entire bottom and blend it a little with the Limoncello. Then, I’ll blend Pucker Up on the entire top of the panel. Then, I’ll blend the very bottom of the panel with Pucker Up to create a violet color. I’ll then grab Oh Boy! again and blend the top of the panel to create a fuchsia color. Next, I’ll grab Limoncello again and blend it out into the pink and blue once more.

Once I’ve got my panel ready, I can die cut with the Scallops and Dots Dies. I’m also using the dies to cut a white scalloped panel.

Next, I am stamping my On Staff Background Stamp and my sentiment from the Music to My Ears Stamp Set with Midnight ink.

Next, I stamped my images from the Music to My Ears Stamp Set with alcohol marker-friendly Memento Tuxedo Black ink. I colored them with OLO alcohol markers and cut them out with the Music to My Ears Coordinating Die Set.

I stamped my sentiment again on white and then used scissors to cut out the word “MUSIC”. I propped my die and sentiments up using my favorite 3D foam squares. I used Bearly Arts Precision Glue to adhere the panels it to my pre-scored card base,

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