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It's Raining, It's Pouring

Here's another attempt at using up scraps...Last month I made a bunch of bridal shower invites with the pink circles, and I had two sheets left over. These are what I made...One for a friend who recently lost her sister, and the other for another friend who works tirelessly in a difficult and sometimes thankless job at church that I used to do as well.
Here's a tip for the circles: Use the big, open circle stamp from PTI's Polka Dot Basics, then go back over them randomly with the smaller circle to mimic the pattern on the umbrellas. I also added a little sparkle with a clear Stardust pen.
Paper: SU Pixie Pink, PTI White
Ink: SU Pink Passion, Versafine Onyx, PTI Fresh Snow
Stamps: PTI Scattered Showers, Polka Dot Basics
Other: PTI Black grosgrain ribbon, Sakura Stardust clear pen, dimensional tape
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  1. Oh my! I *love* how you did the "bubbles" - I would never have thought to use the lined up polka dot rows and make it feel random just by adding the little ones around. TFS!

  2. Cheryl, These are great. I love the color combo and the design. So sad to hear about a loss of a friend.

  3. So pretty! I love the little hints of sparkle! I'm sorry for your friend's loss.

  4. So pretty! Love the color combo -- sorry for your friend's loss!

  5. Two awesome cards! I dont own this set but its on my wish list.

  6. This is too cool!! Thanks for the tip using the polka dot stamp set, that is a clever idea!!


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