Rainbow themed card + bookmark

Rainbow themed card and bookmark for March MFT & Friends.

Yay, the March Release is finally available at the MFT Boutique and I’m celebrating with two rainbow themed projects, for which I used a bunch of the new products!

Firstly, I made my own patterned paper with strips of cardstock and the Straight Up Rainbow Die-namics.

Supplies for rainbow themed projects.

Then I die cut the sentiment using our “Free with $60” product… the gorgeous Hand-Lettered Happy Birthday. For more dimension, I added a couple of layers die cut in Smooth White Card Stock.

Close up of rainbow themed sentiment.

I then cut an A2 panel using the largest die from the A2 Stitched Rectangle STAX Set 1 Die-namics and an 8 3/4″ x 5 5/8″ (22,2cm x 14,3cm) cardbase in Blu Raspberry Card Stock.

Raonbow themed clean and simple card featuring stamps from the Double the Fun stamp set.

The cute elephants and rainbow from the Double the Fun stamp set were the perfect complement. I colored them using the following Copic markers and popped them up with some thin foam dots:

  • Rainbow: R27, R24, r22, y17, y15, y13, G14, G43, G40, B18, B14, B12
  • Elephants: W5, W3, W1, W00, R01, R00

Rainbow themed clean and simple card.

To finish the card, I added some matching rainbow themed enamel hearts. I really like how it turned out. ^_^

Cute rainbow themed bookmark for March 2020 MFT & Friends.

For the bookmark, I used the partial die cutting technique to make the strips longer. Then I added the adorable cloud on the top.

Cute rainbow themed bookmark for March 2020 MFT & Friends.

It sticks out from the closed book and looks great! Besides, since it consists of 4 layers of cardstock (2 clouds, rainbow stripes+backing), it’s quite sturdy.

Rainbow themed card and bookmark.

OK, so that’s all for today. Check out the video clip below if you want to see all of the projects that I made with products from the 2020 MFT March Release.

List of MFT supplies used for the rainbow themed projects

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Comments (35)

  • Sharon Gullikson 1 month ago Reply

    I would LOVE to make that bookmark for my niece. She has gone through some VERY HARD TIMES in the last several years, and would no doubt love the bookmark. She is taking online college courses, which is wonderful. I love the design of your bookmark. And the elephants!!! OH MY, I think that your designs are my favorite from this blog hop. They just make me happy!!!!!!!!!

    Laura Dovalo 4 weeks ago Reply

    Thank you so much for your sweet comment, Sharon! 🙂

  • Heather Mills 1 month ago Reply

    How cute!! I LOVE the rainbow on the “Happy Birthday”; it looks so fabulous!! And that bookmark is just adorable!

    Laura Dovalo 4 weeks ago Reply

    Thanks, Heather! 🙂

  • Heidi Rees 1 month ago Reply

    I’m curious what book it is, looks familiar!

    Laura Dovalo 4 weeks ago Reply

    LOL, it’s “The life-changing magic of tidying up”. I haven’t read it yet… Honestly it scares me a little bit. 😉

  • Anushree Vaish 1 month ago Reply

    Your bookmark is adorable,would make few soon..thanks for lovely inspirations!!

    Laura Dovalo 4 weeks ago Reply

    Thank you very much! 🙂

  • Lisa K 1 month ago Reply

    The bookmark is so cute! Love the rainbow Happy Birthday. Such a fun treat to see all of your creations in the video.

    Laura Dovalo 4 weeks ago Reply

    Thank you so much, Lisa! 🙂

  • Deepa Lakshman 1 month ago Reply

    Love the bookmark idea. That is great.

    Laura Dovalo 4 weeks ago Reply

    Thank you! 🙂

  • April Davis 4 weeks ago Reply

    Great ideas and so cute. Thanks for sharing your talent.

  • Andre M. 4 weeks ago Reply

    Fabulous! This is such a clever use of the die to make a colourful bookmark!

  • Deb Bowers 4 weeks ago Reply

    Love how you used the colors, especially in the letters!

  • Cindy C 4 weeks ago Reply

    Love those elephants!

  • BECCA YAHRLING 4 weeks ago Reply

    Can’t ever go wrong with a rainbow! Very cute projects.

  • Kay Demonbren 4 weeks ago Reply

    These are making my rainbow loving heart VERY happy!

  • Meghan Kennihan 4 weeks ago Reply

    SOOOO many darling rainbow creations! THESE ARE SOOOOO CUTE!

  • Scraporcraft 4 weeks ago Reply

    Good use of the strips to back the lettering.

  • Lauryne Cunningham 4 weeks ago Reply

    Cute projects! I love the rainbow bookmark!

  • Maria L Russell 4 weeks ago Reply

    Oh my goodness! I love your projects so much and watching them on clip stories just makes me want to buy the whole release! Amazing designs!

  • Emily Henry 4 weeks ago Reply

    I love the bookmark idea.

  • amy tsuruta 4 weeks ago Reply

    So super CUTE.
    So clever with the bookmark!

  • Dee Earnshaw 4 weeks ago Reply

    Love how you are so creative with these new products – love the bookmark:)

  • Cheryl B. 4 weeks ago Reply

    The bookmark is adorable!

  • Wendi J 4 weeks ago Reply

    Love how you did the colorful rainbow die cut words. When I first saw this die set all I could see was a bookmark!

  • Shar Zar 4 weeks ago Reply

    Very attractive rainbow ideas.

  • Sandra 4 weeks ago Reply

    You are so amazing – love, love, love your work!

  • Julie O'Neil 4 weeks ago Reply

    What an awesome idea turning that rainbow into a bookmark! Well done. Also love how you did that happy birthday!

  • Craftyfield 4 weeks ago Reply

    And suddenly, the Straight Up Rainbow Die-namics makes it onto my wish list… Brilliant idea to create your own background paper!

  • Annalisa 4 weeks ago Reply

    I love all the texture you created on your elephants. And what a great idea to make a bookmark with the cloud/rainbow die-namic! This is why I love bloghops; I get so many interesting and new ideas.

  • sabinevdk 4 weeks ago Reply

    What a great idea to make a bookmark!

  • Diane Maylin 4 weeks ago Reply

    I love the technique you used on the “Happy Birthday”. The elephants are cute also.

  • Anneleise Hampson 4 weeks ago Reply

    Wow what a great idea turning the Happy Birthday into a rainbow itself! innovative!

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