I titled this card “Somewhere Over the Rainbow” because I has the sun and a rainbow on the front. I think it evokes a happy feeling.

To make this slime line card you will need:

  • Basic white cardstock (#159276). Cut 7″ x 6-1/4″ and with the 7″ side facing up on trimmer (#152392) score at 3-1/2″. Fold and secure with bone folder (#102300).
  • Pool Party cardstock (#122924) cut to 6″ x 3-1/4″
  • The green side of one of the sheets of the Sunshine and Rainbows DSP (#158126) *** Now free as part of Sale a-bration that ends February 28, 2022.***
  • Basic Borders dies (#155558).  I used the one that looks like clouds.
  • A rainbow. I cut one from one of the sheets from Sunshine and Rainbows DSP (#158126). Either a stamped image of the sun or any ephemera or sticker that looks like a sun. I used a sticker from a past Paper Pumpkin.
  • Gemstones or rhinestones of your choice.
  • Any stamp you chose to stamp your sentiment. I used one that said “sunshine”. I used the stamp from “Walk in the Woods” stamp set (#152618) that stated “Wishing you every kind of wonderful” for the sentiment inside.
  • Basic White cardstock (##159276) cut to 1-1/4″ x 2-1/2″ for sentiment on the front of the card.
  • Adhesive of your choice.

To put all together I adhered the rectangle of Pool Party cardstock on the front of the folded card leaving an even margin all around the card.

Then I adhered the sun sticker on the upper left of the front of the card. Then on the upper right side of the card I adhered the rainbow

With the cloud shaped die, I cut the green DSP so that it resembled hills. After running through my die machine, I ended up with 2 pieces, so I layered them and used as grassy hills. Of course, I adhered them to the bottom part of the card.

With a small piece of white scrap paper, I cut a cloud shape and adhered it to one side of the rainbow.

Then I stamped the word “Sunshine” on the Basic White strip.

Then embellishing began.