Unicorns and Rainbows with Grace!

Hi friends! Today it’s all about unicorns and rainbows with a magical pair of cards by Grace!

Grace used soft pastel colors to set the scene for some rainbow fun! She used Unicorn Picnic along with Build-A-Castle, Giant Sending Big Hugs and the Swish ‘n Pop Pull-Tab!

To set the scene for this interactive card, Grace stenciled some puffy clouds, in pink of course! I love how she splattered the pink dots over the background! She cleverly repurposed some cloud die cuts to stand in as shrubs!

The Build-A-Castle die set adds a fun magical element, but it also conceals the rainbow and another unicorn! Grace used the Swish ‘n Pop Pull-Tab set to create some interactive magic!

Grace die cut the Stitched Rainbow from Pixie Dust cardstock. She gave it some rainbow color using Distress Oxide ink and a sponge blending tool.

Here’s a little peak at what’s behind the scenes of Grace’s clever interactive design! By switching the pull tab to opposite side, she hid the rainbow and a unicorn behind the castle!

Grace created another magical card design; this one is full card shaker! She inked up some rainbow colors for the background; then after adding some shaker bits, she covered it with a panel of clear acetate. On the acetate she attached the Giant Sending Big Hugs, die cut from Metallic Silver cardstock. And then, she finished the edges using the Reverse Stitched Scalloped Rectangle Window.

As a finishing touch, Grace included Party Unicorn, the Birthday Gift set for 2021. For more details about our free gift during your birthday month click HERE. We offer a new set every year starting in November through October.

Thank you for sharing these magical cards with us today, Grace!

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Have an amazing day!

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5 thoughts on “Unicorns and Rainbows with Grace!

  1. Grace, you are one of my favorite artists to admire during blog hops for LF. I just “follow”ed you on IG. I adore your designs and wish so, so much that you’d do videos like Chari or Kelly or Kara. I would watch them on a loop! Please consider it. I love to see what you create and think I could learn more from a video!
    Thanks for EXCELLENT, beautiful cards!
    Lori S in PA

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