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A Little Rain

>> Saturday, October 15, 2016

Good morning!!

At Splitcoaststampers we had this cute sketch to follow.  I decided to use it for today's rainbow card. 
I used DRS stamps: Raindrop Background 1012H, Umbrella 817G, Rainbow Greeting 391E, Polka Dots Background 688P
I love this umbrella with all the sections, it makes it so fun to color in multiple colors! After coloring I thought of adding the rain so I masked the umbrella and stamped the rain in soft gray (don't ask me why I didn't think of rain BEFORE I colored!) I like the way it turned out. To do my sentiment I stamped it on my stamp aligner acrylic, cleaned the stamp off completely, covered half the sentiment with tape and inked the top, took the tape off and aligned the top part on the top edge of my card then did the whole process again for the bottom part of the sentiment on the bottom of my card.  I love the way that turned out too.
My pink layer is embossed Swiss dot to match my dot center strip.
I used Stitched dies from ODBD and some little "candy" dots from Doodlebug Designs.
Well, that's about it, thanks for visiting today!!!


nwilliams6 said...

Love the bright colors and cheerful feel of this card, Robin. The message is sooooo true too. On the literal side, we haven't had any rain in 28 days and are hoping for some soon. Love this! Hugz

Karin said...

This is so bright and pretty Robin! I love the light raindrops and the multi colored umbrella is perfect with this sentiment!

Janett Ray said...

So very pretty love the bright colors, you used the layout to perfection.

Sue said...

So wonderfully cheerful Robin! LOVE the polka dot strip, which is probably weird but true :)

Julie- justwritedesigns said...

So bright & colorful, Robin! Love the happy colors..they would chase any rain away. Thought I wish it WOULD rain here..we're in a bit of a drought.

Shelia said...

so pretty, Robin. Love the bright happy colors! I could use that umbrella! It's raining big time here in NW Ohio!!

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