Dance in the Rain Scenic Card

Kassi here, welcome to the LDRS Creative blog

What do you do when it rains? Well.. You could dance in the rain... or you could grab some stamps and ink and start creating....

These new stamps, stencils, and papers from LDRS Creative go together perfectly! It makes it easy to create fun scenes! I'll walk you through this card to get your creative juices flowing...

LDRS Creative shopping list:

Coffee Bean ink

Olive Branch ink

Swimming Hole ink

Alloy ink

Puddle Jumper stamps

Puddle Jumper 6x6 paper

Rainy Day stencil

Stamping Mask Paper

Let's get started!

Step 1: Stamp the umbrella kid on some Stamping Mask Paper

Step 2: Using a sponge or blending tool, apply ink to the grass edge of the Rainy Day stencil and blend it off onto a strip of Stamping Mask Paper.

Step 3: Fussy cut out both masks. For the grass mask, cut along the line that was against the edge of the stencil. This will allow you to mask grass made using the stencil.

Step 4: Tape the Rainy Day stencil over a 5.5" x 4" panel, and use an ink blending tool and Olive Branch hybrid ink to stencil grass across the bottom of the panel.

Step 5: Cover grass with the grass mask.

Step 6: Using some clear tape, mask off the puddle splash of the umbrella kid stamp.

Step 7: Ink up the stamp with Coffee Bean ink, remove the tape, and stamp on your inked panel. 

Step 8: Cover stamped image with mask.

Step 9: Replace the Rainy Day stencil, and apply Swimming Hole ink to the rain drops and Alloy ink to the clouds.

Step 10: Remove the masks, and color your stamped image.

Step 11: Using a ruler, draw a line 1/4" from the top... Skip over where the clouds cross the line.

Step 12: Cut along the line, fussy cutting around the clouds.

Step 13: Cover an A2 card base with some raindrop paper from the Puddle Jumper 6x6 pack. Adhere the stamped panel to the front of the card.

Step 14: On a separate piece of cardstock, use Alloy in and the Rainy Day stencil to create more clouds.

Step 15: Fussy cut the extra clouds and adhere to the card front using foam tape.

Step 16: Finish it off by stamping a sentiment in Coffee Bean ink.

And guess what... There is a video for this card on the LDRS Creative YouTube channel, so be sure to check it out!

Now it's your turn! If you give this technique a try using LDRS Creative products, we'd love to see! Share with us in the FaceBook group! (the group is also a great place to ask questions!!)

If you are looking for more inspiration, be sure to check us out on Instagram, YouTube, and Pinterest!

And check back here tomorrow for another incredible project!

See you soon!


1 comment

  • Artconquers

    Wonderful scene.. thanks for the detailed tutorial..

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