Hello, crafty friends! We got a large dumping of snow here in Colorado Friday evening, so I was in need of some cheery cards this weekend. And what could be more cheery than rainbow colors? 

Given that it was the end of the week, I was also not in the mood to color. Do you ever feel that way? Coloring is definitely one of the more intimidating things to me when it comes to card making. You know those card makers who do “no-line” coloring? Well, I call this technique “no coloring,” and I can assure you that it has to be as equally satisfying! 

As always, I used products from several different companies for my cards. But the one thing that each card has in common is my very favorite patterned paper pad, which is JJ’s Rainbows Paper Pad from Waffle Flower. And would any of my blog posts be complete without a retired MFT stamp? Gah!

All of the cards were quite easy to put together. I did do partial die cutting for Card #2, which is about as fancy as I got.

Card 1 Supplies

 Waffle Flower – JJ’s Rainbows Paper Pad   

 Mama Elephant – Up With Love Stamp Set  

 MFT – I Love You More Stamp Set (Retired) 

Pinkfresh Studio – Blanket Stitched Rectangle Dies

VersaMark Ink

White Embossing Powder

Spellbinders Platinum 6 



Card 2 Supplies

Altenew – Leaf Canopy Stamp and Die  

Waffle Flower – JJ’s Rainbows Paper Pad 

 Waffle Flower – Oversized Thank you – Print Dies

 Tonic – Black Mirror Card Stock

Versafine Clair Nocturne Ink

Spellbinders Platinum 6



Card 3 Supplies


 Waffle Flower – JJ’s Rainbows Paper Pad

MFT – Heap of Hellos Stamp Set 

Pinkfresh Studio – Blanket Stitched Rectangle Dies

Gina K. – Happy Hearts Stamp Set

 Gina K. – Happy Hearts Dies

VersaFine Clair Nocturne Ink

Hero Arts – Unicorn Pigment Ink

Spellbinders Platinum 6 



I hope these colorful cards bring a smile to your face. They were fun to make! Leave a comment to let me know which one is your favorite. 

Wishing you all a crafty day!


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  1. What wonderful cards! I found you on the Ukraine auction on instagram and had to see more of your work. Bonus: somehow I missed blanket stitched dies, so used your link to buy them. Thanks for the enabling. I think?

    1. Thank you so much, Beth! I appreciate you coming to check out my blog. And I’m always happy to enable fellow crafters – ha ha. I know how it goes – I get enabled just about every day. If you’re interested, come check out the blog again in the next few days – I’m trying to add a feature where you’ll be notified of new posts!

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