Sing in the Rain

Made for the Modsquad challenge – using multiple images, this week, one of two I managed to finish and am happy with. http://modsquadchallenge.com/pinkmain_circus/

Sing in the Rain

Had no clue where I was going with this card when I started it, but am happy that I stuck with it as I quite like how it came about. Started with the die cut background and glued onto Gina K. ocean mist card stock. Dug out the Simon Says Showers and Flowers set and stamped the duckling image, fussy cut out and then coloured with Prisma Pencils and Gamsol. Placed this image to look as if splashing in a puddle but it still needed more so I used the Pelican image from a set by Inspired by stamping called Seaside. Also used the little piper bird from that set. The sentiment stamp in upper left corner came from a GKD set called Happy Spring but the word Sing was created on the computer. I also added the following to the inside: “go splash in puddles”.

6 thoughts on “Sing in the Rain

    1. A week ago we had our techie person here to fix something that had gone haywire with an update on Derek’s computer. He was asking me about my dies and I took the backdrop die, on my desk waiting to be cataloged, and showed him how it worked. That is how the card came about as I just had to use the piece I had cut somehow.

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    1. I always find it fascinating how a card comes together even if you don’t actually have an idea when you start it. Thanks always for sharing your thoughts.

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  1. I know just what you mean about the rain, although we are experiencing a small dry spell with a little bit of sunshine today. I hope things warm up a bit for you soon and thanks so much for the lovely comments.

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