Hello, Birch Press friends! Today, I am sharing this rainbow inspired card featuring the Epiphany Plate Layer Set. This is the second post in a row where I have reached for one of my layering background sets. Layering sets never get old for me because there is an infinite number of color combinations. This especially applies to the Epiphany set, since there are essentially three different elements on the card, each having three layers.
First thing’s first with a layering die set – cut all of the layers! Since there are three plates to the Epiphany set, each cutting out three different elements, I chose to just use each plate once to cut a panel of white card stock. For the large outer layer, I only used the piece that I cut from the A plate. I adhered that to a white A2 card base.
For the outer circle and the inner circle, I ink blended my white die cuts. For the outer circle pieces, I used green for Layer A, blue for Layer B, and purple for Layer C. For the inner circle, I used red for Layer A, orange for Layer B, and yellow for Layer C. I used circle dies to cut a white back for both of these layers. Once I had adhered the three layers together with glue, I adhered each element to its corresponding white circle background. I glued the outer circle to the card. Before adhering the inner circle to the card, I popped it up on foam tape to create some dimension.
For my sentiment, I used the “sending hugs” from the Sugar Script Sentiments 1 Hot Foil Plate and Die Set. I hot foiled the sentiment onto black card stock using white opaque foil. This is my new favorite foil! Before adhering the sentiment to the card, I added clear fairy jewels around the die cuts to highlight the design. I made sure not to place any jewels in spots that would interfere with the sentiment. I had so much fun making this card. There is something very satisfying about adding all those jewels!
Thank you so much for joining us today. I hope this card inspires you and brings a smile to your face!
Wishing you a crafty day,
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