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Saturday, 2 April 2016

It's WORD WEEK at Just Us Girls

 
Sometimes just sometimes a Challenge Theme throws you
and this week it happened to me.
Lisa is our Hostess at Just Us Girls and she chose as her word
'RAINDROPS'
Now I don't have a single umbrella or any rain boots
in my little collection so I got my thinking cap on
and decided to make my own.
 
 
My first take on photographing my card didn't come out
very well as I think the dark background lost
my raindrops so went back and added more making them
a bit bigger. Even then some of the drops on the flowers
and greeting haven't shown up very well. Sigh!
 
  Here is what I used  -
White card base
Grunge paper from Doodle Pantry
Sentiment Die - Nina's Things
Glossy Accents for the raindrops
SU Baja Breeze & Tim Holtz Peacock Feathers
inked from  SU Morning Meadow
Kaisercraft pearls
 
 
Welcome to Angie Cimbalo as our April Guest.
Pop over to our blog and check out
all the Raindrops that have fallen over there.
Hope we have inspired you to create your
Raindrops creation and join us.
You could be our Chic of the Week
and be in the running for our
June Guest Designer.
 
Thanks for dropping in


7 comments:

Judy Woodland said...

Well I can see those raindrops. Sometimes we just have improvise, and you did it perfectly. I love your card, those flowers, that background, and the pretty raindrops! Well done!!

Verna Angerhofer said...

That is an amazingly beautiful card design. I love the background and those colorful flowers.

My Crafty Place - Sharyn Polesel said...

I can see your beautiful raindrops! Love them on the wood grain background. Your flowers are lovely too!

Vicki Dutcher said...

The raindrops look great against the wood grain!

Sue VanDeVusse said...

Ina, this is gorgeous! I love that wood background with your raindrops. It is the perfect backdrop for those pretty flowers. Great way to improvise!

Nancy said...

I think you did a great job with your raindrops! Sometimes we have to stretch our imagination and you sure have succeeded! Great card!

Lisa Kind said...

I can see them perfectly! Very clever take on the challenge! Beautiful card!