Saturday, March 05, 2016

Cheer Up!–C4C #326


Hello all, welcome to this week’s Crazy 4 Challenges! Today’s challenge is to use an umbrella image on our card or project and PI Sunny Thoughts was just the ticket!

This card started with a
Stone Gray card stock base, then I added a layer of Ranger Watercolor Paper on which I did a watercolor wash with Peerless Watercolors, then cut it out with Blueprints 24 Die-namics and popped it up on the base with foam mounting tape. I added some In the Clouds Die-namics, cut from Sweet Tooth card stock, a Sunshine card stock Radiant Sun Die-namics sun, and the sentiment, from Blue Skies Ahead, stamped with Versamark on Black Licorice card stock cut with Blueprints 2 Die-namics and popped up on foam.


PI Sunny Thoughts was stamped on X-Press It Blending card with Black Licorice hybrid ink, colored with Copic markers, fussy cut out--since she doesn’t have a matching die--and also popped up on foam.

And that's it! Be sure to check out what the rest of the design team has for you!

THEN, you know what to do--we'd love to have you come along and play with us. Just do your thing with the challenge and link it to Mr. Linky on the Crazy 4 Challenges blog. Please link directly to your project. And, if you upload to a public gallery, please use the key word C4C326.

Thanks for stopping by today—see you soon!


PI Sunny Thoughts, Blue Skies Ahead (MFT)
Black Licorice hybrid ink, Versamark (MFT)
Stone Gray card stock, Sweet Tooth card stock, Sunshine card stock, Black Licorice card stock, Ranger Watercolor Paper, X-Press It Blending Card (MFT)
Accessories/tools: Vagabond;
Blueprints 2 Die-namics, Blueprints 24 Die-namics, In the Clouds Die-namics, Radiant Sun Die-namics, foam mounting tape, white detail embossing powder, Peerless Watercolors, Embossing Magic (MFT); Copic markers, heat tool



  1. Adorable card and very pretty colors!

  2. Love your sweet little card, it's bound to cheer up someone's day! xx


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