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Raining Hearts

I am posting my cards from last week late - last week and weekend was so busy that I never had time to post anything (or catch up on blog visits - I promise I will be by soon and catch up).  Hope you have had some time to relax soon and are not like me!
This card was made for the Outlawz Paper A La Mode Challenge.  The Challenge is still running and is Anything Goes with a twist.  The twist is you have to use at least two mediums.  My mediums are SU! Reinker, colored pencil and Stickles. 
Our sponsor is A Day for Daisies and they were sweet enough to provide me with this adorable image called Elephant Raining Love.  I made this card with the image and computer generated my sentiment.  I also made a matching Bible Journaling Page with it too - I will post that tonight when I get home.
I made my bg using acetate smooshing and some SU! Pixie Pink Reinker.  I colored my image with Water Color Pencils and my finger (finger painting with water and pencil is so fun). 
I am just about done with my Valentine's Cards - now it is time for St Pat's Day and Easter!
Remember Love is Raining Down on you every minute of every day - just stop and feel it!
John 3:16; Romans 5:5, etc. 


  1. OMG how darling. Love the smooshing job with the reinkers for the background. Hope you get to relax soon.

  2. Oh my this is so precious! Love that little elephant guy with the watercolor background and fluttering hearts!! :)

  3. This could not be any more precious! He's adorable and so happy!!! Hugs, Autumn

  4. A super card Nancy, such an adorable image and fabulous background.
    I hope things calm down for you soon.

  5. Love the background on this using the re-inker. So cute and pretty - and fun!

  6. What a cute image with a great background too! Nothing is more fun than all of those tiny sparkly hearts either! Adorable card!

  7. Nancy this is adorable I like the sweet image
    Kevin xx

  8. Super card. Love the background and the whimsy of the design. Thanks so much for sharing your card with us for Love challenge at A Day For Daisies. Good Luck.

  9. This is so cute. Love the raining hearts and your background looks fabulous.

  10. What a gorgeous background! I love the looseness if the watercolor, that fun sentiment, and those glittered hearts! Thanks for playing with our "All My Love" challenge at ADFD. Hugs, Cathy DT

  11. So lovely!!
    I love the pink rainy background!!
    Beautifully done card!
    Thanks for playing along with us at A Day for Daisies!!

  12. Really sweet, love the sentiment with the little elephant, perfect!



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