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 Sponging a rainbow of color onto the Springtime Foils paper (Stampin' Up! Sale-a-Bration free gift reward) is a great way to change it up from elegant to tons of colorful fun!

Soda pop bottle cards featuring Stampin' Up! Springtime Foils paper sponged background, Bubble Over stamp set/bundle and Bubbles & Fizz Sale-a-Bration paper, by Patty Bennett

 

I thought that the copper/rose gold dots in the Springtime Foils paper looked a lot like bubbles and were perfect for the background of these Bubble Over / Bubbles & Fizz soda pop bottle cards!

Find the Bubble Over Bundle here! View the Bubbles & Fizz paper here.

 I saw the idea for sponging a rainbow of colors behind the bottles on Pinterest by Sarah Klass, and I decided to try it on the Springtime Foil paper!  Just grab your Stampin' Sponge, and ink it up in Stampin' UP! ink and go to town coloring onto the Springtime Foils paper... a bonus is that the colors also blend which is really cool!

 

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1 youtubeFor more info about this paper and sponging the background

See my Springtime Foil / Sale-a-Bration video here

 

Springtime Foil specialty paper available as your free gift with purchase during Sale-a-Bration 2018 from Stampin' Up!. order online: www.MyStampOrder.com

 12 sheets in a pack - 12x12 specialty foil paper!  Free Gift choice during Sale-a-Bration 2018!

 

Soda pop bottle cards featuring Stampin' Up! Springtime Foils paper sponged background, Bubble Over stamp set/bundle and Bubbles & Fizz Sale-a-Bration paper, by Patty Bennett

 

To make the bottles look extra glossy and wet, stamp them a 2nd time with a Versamark pad and emboss with clear embossing powder after stamping in a color!  Adding the Glitter and Clear epoxy shape drops also helps the bottles look wet and just ready to drink!  Find them on pg 33 in the 2018 Stampin' Up! Occasions catalog or HERE online.

 

Soda pop bottle card featuring Stampin' Up! Springtime Foils paper sponged background, Bubble Over stamp set/bundle, Wood Crate and Bubbles & Fizz Sale-a-Bration paper, by Patty Bennett

ABOVE:  If you missed my previous post with info about stamping the soda bottle to make them look fizzy at the top, click here.  I also die cut a crate out of the Wood Textures designer paper and the Wood Crate Framelits (#143730). I thought it looked fun to have the bottles tucked into the crate!

BELOW:  If you don't want to stamp the bottles, you can cut or die cut them right out of the Bubbles & Fizz designer paper as shown in my card below!  This paper is a free Sale-a-Bration gift choice with your $50 order through 3/31/18.

 

Soda pop bottle cards featuring Stampin' Up! Springtime Foils paper sponged background, Bubble Over stamp set/bundle and Bubbles & Fizz Sale-a-Bration paper, by Patty Bennett

 Each bottle is topped with a die cut soda pop cap and Silver Foil paper.  I added a strip of the Bubbles & Fizz Sale-a-Bration paper to the bottom of each card.  The card base is created with a 4-1/4" x 11" piece of Thick Whisper White cardstock, with about 1" cut off the bottom of the front of the card, so that the bottles peek through from the inside of the card.

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