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I was inspired by a card at CAS-ual Fridays created by Girl Friday Kelly. Her card  included a  really cool rainbow bar code. It was so colorful and  fun that I knew I wanted to try to create something similar. To create my card I masked off the area were my sentiment would go and then I just kept inking and stamping with my linear clear stamp. The end resulted looked so cool! 🙂

Hero Arts Neon Ink


For the lines, I used the Hero Arts Neon Ink that I purchased on sale at JoAnn’s a week or so ago. The ink pads were on sale for $3.89 and they are regularly  $6.49 each. After weeks of debating whether or not I really needed these inks the sale pushed me into action. This inks are awesome and the colors are so fun and bright!

I am going to share this card on a just for fun challenge at Operation Write Home for their Midweek Throwdown; Tic Tac Toe.  My entry is for the diagonal set of  Brads, Tags and Embossing. Why not choose a row and play along?

Happy Stamping,





About cardsbymo

Paper crafting is my Yoga. It takes my mind off any stress that I might have at the time. My daughter loves to get involved in my projects too and it is a great way to connect with her. Sixteen years ago I began scrapbooking but, my new true love is card making!

6 responses »

  1. Oh wow!! This totally rocks! I love the bright neon ink 🙂

  2. Oh this makes my day … so glad you put your own spin on the stripes and played around with them. Love the results you got! And, I picked up the neon inks too when they were on sale. Hope to see you next week at CASual Fridays!

  3. Great stamping! I’ve been debating about the neon inks myself and you’re enabling me to go get them. Putting your image on the black really makes those neon colors pop!

    • The colors were just as pleasing in person as they appeared to be online. I was happy about that because, sometimes colors can be deceiving based on your monitors settings. I hope you enjoy them if you buy them, Erika.


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