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Easy Christmas Cards Using Color Burst | Rubbernecker Stamps and Dies

Updated: Sep 27, 2020

Hi friends, I know we just started fall a few days ago and I have a Christmas card for you. Every year I plan to make Christmas cards early on so that I don't scramble in the last minute, but the never seems to happen. Somehow it feels like that is gaping to happen this year as well. i have been a little off lately from blogging and acrd making since we recently moved into our house after living in a temporary house for the past two months, since our move from NY to MN. It seems like I have been moving since July!! Finally it feels like things are falling in place and life's kinda getting "NORMAL" (Does that word really mean anything in these times?) i still need to set up my craft space, but with what ever I have right now in place, I am starting to craft with.

Said that quick and easy cards was the way to go.


I made two cards today using the same techniques and products. Recently I bought this Ken Oliver Color Burst inks from Rubbernecker, These are heavy pigmented watercolor powder that are sold in bottles of 6 different colors in a pack. These powders react when water touches it and they burst into vibrant colors.


Quick and Easy Christmas cards using color burst inks from Rubbernecker
Quick and Easy Christmas Cards

The reason i call them quick and easy is because there is not much to do the colors and water do everything by themselves. I do have toward you thought his project is not for the faint of heartier for those of you who like order and control. Trust me I struggled with it initially because I love control and order and having neither of them was very challenging.

Quick and Easy Christmas cards using color burst inks from Rubbernecker
Color burst Christmas Cards

Stick with it and let go of all your inhibition's and I promise you, the end result is beautiful. You will go through chaos and finally it will come to order. I had to let go and relax and enjoy the process of watching the colors disperse in water and as they danced and moved creating beauty. Every time you make a card it is going to look so different and unique, I am hoping you will love it as much as I did!!!


I have a video on my Youtube channel showing how I made these cards using the Ken Oliver Colorburst inks from Rubbernecker. Click on the image below to watch the video.



I am so glad you stopped by, please leave me a comment and let me know what you thought of this color burst project. Also I would love to know what kind of crafter you are? Are you a control freak or do you let your creativity flow naturally!!! I will see you next time.






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