Social Stamping – Rainbow

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Hi Everyone, and thanks for stopping by this afternoon. I hope you are enjoying your Easter long weekend and making is special despite the circumstances. It is certainly a different one for our family. We almost always head down south for Easter (we live in Perth) – but I am sure we will still have a fabulous weekend – and without the four hours in traffic!

Today’s blog host theme is Rainbows, and you can check out the full blog host listing here – Big thanks again to Kelly Kent for organising the host. I’m not sure about your neighbourhoods right now, but mine is full of rainbows. So many of the children have used chalk to decorate the footpaths with pictures of rainbows, flowers and all things bright and colourful. In a funny way it makes you feel connected with your neighbours at a time when we can’t physically connect. It definitely brings a smile to my face when I am out walking our dog.

Today’s card is a fairly simple one, I have used the Small Bloom Punch (which was a freebie during Sale-A-Bration) and punched out flowers in all the colours of the rainbow. The sentiment is from one of the first stamp sets I bought – Colorful Seasons. I think it’s a nice reminder that despite the current events in the world there are still lots of things to be grateful for.

I hope you enjoy our collection of rainbow crafts today, Click below to visit the talented Richelle and see what she is sharing this afternoon.

8 comments

  1. how effective and what a perfect sentiment. I agree it’s strange but wonderful how connected we feel just seeing the rainbows in our neighbourhoods.

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  2. It’s so lovely that the chalk rainbow are bringing so much joy at this time. I know your card will too, it’s so bright and fun – really made me smile. Chantell

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  3. Love all the little flowers lined up. The black background really makes them all pop. Brilliant. Love the sentiment too.

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