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Thinking in the Rain


Hello everyone and welcome! Ksenija is here today, and I am sharing a new card featuring Rain Droplets red rubber stamp from the upcoming IndigoBlu release.


Rain Droplets is a perfect background stamp which you can combine with different elements – floral, animals, landscapes etc. I decided to pair it with one of my favourite stamp sets – Bloomin’ Great.


RainDroplets Ksenija main


I started with stamping down Rain Droplets in clear embossing ink onto the glossy card stock panel cut to 14 x 10 cm (5 1/2 x 4″). I heat set the image with a heating tool and sponged Distress ink in Dusty Concord all over the panel to get reveal the resist effect.


RainDroplets Ksenija step1


To let the panel dry I moved to stamping down daisies from Bloomin’ Great set onto a piece of white card stock in Potting Soil Archival ink. I watercoloured the daisies using a water brush and several Distress inks colours. When inks dried, I fussy cut the flowers.


RainDroplets Ksenija step2


To complete the front panel I die cut an oval opening in the center and gilded the edge with Copper Kettle Megaflakes having sponged FlitterGlu directly to the frame.


RainDroplets Ksenija step3


I used earthtoned card stock for the card base. Prior to assembling the card I stamped down the sentiment from Bloomin’ Great set in FlitterGlu and covered it with Copper Kettle Megaflakes.

To assemble the card I glued the panel to a folded card base with a liquid adhesive and one of the daisies. Then I foam taped the rest of the flowers to add dimension.


IndigoBlu Supplies:

Rain Droplets

Bloomin’ Great

FlitterGlu Starter Kit

Megaflake Copper Kettle


Thanks for stopping by and have a great day without rain!

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3 Comments on Thinking in the Rain

  1. What a fabulous card!!! I love it! Thanks for sharing the process… 😉

    Tasha Vovchuk | October 28, 2015 at 10:44 am () ()
  2. Such an elegant card Ksenija!

    Jenny Marples | November 3, 2015 at 7:17 am () ()
  3. Really beautiful and soft.

    Claire Newcombe | November 3, 2015 at 9:15 pm () ()