My Favorite Things Birthday Project Challenge

It’s time for the March MFT Birthday Project Challenge, and this month is all about rainbows! Be sure to head over to the MFT Challenge blog for more design team ideas. Then enter your rainbow birthday card for a chance to win!


Here is what I made:


I ink-blended a bright rainbow of Distress Oxide inks onto white card stock: Worn Lipstick, Candied Apple, Carved Pumpkin, Mustard Seed, Mowed Lawn, Blueprint Sketch, and wilted Violet. While the ink was drying, I used the Happy Birthday To You Die-namics to die-cut white card stock three times. I glued and stacked the letters together. When the inked panel was dry, I stamped the BG Card-Sized Confetti Background stamp onto the rainbow using embossing ink, then heat embossed it with white embossing powder. I added a sheet of double-sided adhesive to the back of the panel, then used the birthday Die-namics again to die-cut the words from the panel. I took the backing off the double-sided adhesive, stuck the rainbow panel onto white card stock, and trimmed the panel  down. I added craft foam to the back, and attached it to a card base. My last step was glueing the letters into the die-cut spaces.


I can’t wait to see what fun birthday rainbow projects you all make this week! Be sure to head over to the MFT Birthday Project Challenge to enter. Thanks for stopping by!

One Reply to “My Favorite Things Birthday Project Challenge”

  1. Love your choices of colors and your ink blending. Darling card for any age birthday. Great sharing and inspiring.

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