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Today I have another card featuring the gorgeous Singing in the Rain collection with a little dog!

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Materials Used:

HCDP1-286 Singing in the Rain Paper Collection

HCPPC-3809 Singing in the Rain Stamp

HCD1-7167 Singing in the Rain die

HCPC-3811 Rain Boots and Blossoms stamp

HCD1-7169 Rain Boots and Blossoms die

HCPC-3759 Pampered Pooch Pals Stamp

HCD1-7115 Pampered Pooch Pals Die

HCD1-7155 Circle Basics – Large

HCD1-7154 Circle Basics – Small

HCD1-7146 Festive Holiday Die

HCD1-7119 Classic Border Basics die

HCPP3-452 White Cardstock

TSMP707 Memento Bamboo Leaves ink

71006 Colorbox Rose Coral ink

3D1844 3D Crystal Lacquer

85-glitter Ultrafine Crystal Glitter

PGM15015 Rajni Chawla’s Crystal Clear

TSSZ31 Stazon Jet Black

HCDA2-45 Stack and Store Daubers

159723 Art Glitter Dries Clear

HCST1-401 Deluxe Shaping Kit

Other – Bristol Smooth paper,  Zig Markers, Heart of Gold Prills Brilliance Pearlescent Lavender, Versamagic Spring Pansy, Creative Expressions Iris cardstock


Cut a piece of white cardstock 12” x 7 ½”, score at 6” along the long side and fold to make the base card of 6” x 7 ½”.  Using the edge die from the Basic Border Basics die set die cut the top of the card base.  Cut a piece of the lighter orange patterned paper 2” x 6” and adhere to the bottom of the card front.  Cut a piece of orange patterned paper 7 ½” x 6” and die cut the edges using the edge die and the long stitch die as shown.  Die cut two eyelet edges from the Iris cardstock and adhere to the edges of the orange paper.  Adhere to the front of the card as shown.

Die cut the circle with a partial image of the fairy out of the 6” x 6” panelled paper with the largest edge die from the HCD1-7154 Circle Basics – Small set.  Die cut the eyelet circle out of Iris cardstock from the HCD1-7155 Circle Basics – Large and adhere to the back of the circle.  Die cut 4 decorative shapes from the Festive Holiday die set out of Iris cardstock and adhere around the circle and then adhere to the front of the card.

Stamp the fairy and umbrella images from the HCPPC-3809 Singing in the Rain Stamp with Jet Black ink on Bristol smooth cardstock.  Colour in with Zig markers and die cut using the coordinating dies.  Add 3D Crystal Lacquer to the wings of the fairy and sprinkle with Ultrafine Crystal glitter.  Adhere the fairy and umbrella to the card as shown.

Stamp the dog image from the HCPC-3759 Pampered Pooch Pals Stamp set in Jet Black ink on Bristol Smooth paper and die cut with the coordinating die.  Using Zig markers colour the image, shape lightly and adhere to the bottom of the circle image next to the fairy.

Cut the sentiment from the patterned paper and sponge the edges with Pretty Petunia ink and adhere to the bottom of the oval.

Stamp the floral image from the HCPC-3811 Rain Boots and Blossoms stamp with Lavender, Rose Coral and Bamboo Leaves inks on white cardstock, colour the leaves with Bamboo Leaves and the flowers with Rose Coral for the coral flowers and Pretty Petunia for the Lavender flowers.  Die cut with the coordinating dies, shape and adhere around the base of the oval and the sentiment.  Add Crystal Clear to the flowers with a Dries Clear glue on a damp sponge.

Stamp the leaf image from the HCPC-3811 Rain Boots and Blossoms stamp in Bamboo Leaves ink on white cardstock, sponge with Bamboo Leaves and die cut with the coordinating die.  Shape and adhere around the back of the flowers.

To make the flowers stamp the images from the HCPC-3769 Wildwood Florals Stamp set in Brilliance Pearlescent Lavender, and Rose Coral inks on white cardstock and die cut with the coordinating dies.  Sponge the edges with the corresponding inks and shape.  Add Heart of Gold prills to the centres and Crystal Clear Glitter with Dries Clear glue.  Add the flowers at the ends of the sentiment as shown and on the fairy’s hair.

To finish, add Ultrafine Glitter to rain drops and randomly over the image.

Happy Crafting

Ka Kite Anu



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