Feel Better

PP587 – A Clean-and-Simple Challenge from Claire

The die cut umbrella used here was cut using the very first die I ever purchased, but at that time wasn’t smart enough to keep the information about brands etc. so I have no idea from which company it came. The stamps used came from Designs by Ryn – water droplets, the sentiment is from Joy Clair, the tiny flowers are from Kitchen Sink and I used them because they were still on my desk from my last upload. The little boots are fussy cut from a store bought card as I thought they would come in handy for a design. The background PP was a gift and I believe is from Michaels, the umbrella piece is StampinUP and the stitched frame is from GKD. Basically I stamped the water droplets and used some Crystal Glaze to make them look realistic. While they were drying I prepared the other elements and also added the PP to the card front. After adding the boots I stamped around them with the tiny flowers. Added the sentiment and using foam tape popped the panel onto the background piece at an angle. A simple card but fun to put together. Thanks for looking.

11 thoughts on “Feel Better

    1. Thanks a lot Judy. I’ve had the water stamps for a long time and have used them a fair amount. I like that they look realistic and when you add glaze they really look like droplets.


    1. Thanks so much. I’ve had that paper for ages and only used one tiny piece of it. Watched MayMay Made it yesterday and she showed a trick for using PP. It works and I shall be using that tip more often.

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  1. Your water droplets are fantastic! The whole card is great, that just stands out, as those Ryn stamps were on my wish list for a really long time. It’s a really fun card with the two panels going in different directions, like that.

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  2. I like the water stamps by Designs by Ryn. I think she did a great job on making them. Glad you like my card.


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