I used the Faux Stained Glass technique to create the rainbow tree. This tree die cuts out the negative instead of the positive, which I found made it easier. Started by ink blending Mustard Seed, Picked Raspberry, Mermaid Lagoon and Twisted Citron distress inks (di) on a scrap of Whisper White cardstock for the rainbow.
Next, trimmed three 4"x3" panels from metallic silver foil paper. Added Stick It adhesive to the back of each, then die cut each with the tree die. Stacked two of them over the rainbow coloured piece, then added Crystal Glaze to each opening. Once dry, added the third foil die cut piece covering up any mess, then trimmed the entire piece with my paper trimmer into the triangle tree shape. Just a precaution, four layers is very thick to trim and your trimmer may break... don't ask me how I know. 😆 I wanted the rainbow tree to really pop, so mounted it to an A2 size black panel after heat embossing the sentiment with silver embossing powder.
Now over to you. If you need more inspiration, check out the beautiful cards our guest Angie and my team have created HERE. Thank you for stopping by. Have a wonderful week.
STAMPlorations - November CAS Challenge optional color twist Rainbow
As You Like It. - Monochrome or Rainbow (love the bright cheery colours of rainbows any time of year, especially when used in unexpected ways!)
Merry Little Christmas - November Anything Christmas Goes