April Showers bring.... Calling for drizzle!!

Hey my crafty friends....


A brand new release is about to arrive at "Catherine Pooler" and this collection is called 
"April Showers bring...." 

I've got a couple cards to sneaky peek today from the latest bundle Catherine is sharing
"Calling for drizzle"!!

The goodies I've used on these cards are...
- Pitter patterns (dies also available)


To create this first card I started with a white card base and stamped the sentiment from the pitter patterns set straight onto the base...

I then stamped a bunch of the super cute raindrops onto a piece of Catherine Pooler premium white cardstock with CPD inks in a range of colours!!

Once I stamped a whole bunch out I die cut them with the co-ordinating dies and added them to the card base with foam tape for dimension....

I then added a colourful lot of the tiny little drops onto the card base around the raised raindrops and finished off with some Portland sequins!!


This second card I used the gorgeous Under the umbrella die which I die cut all from white cardstock but then inked some of the pieces withTwilight CPD ink...

I added some raised raindrops along with a sentiment and some sequins to complete the card!!

I have lots more inspiration to share with you using the upcoming release so be sure to pop back and check out all the awesome goodies to come...

I hope you enjoyed these cards and are looking forward to adding them to your Catherine Pooler collection!!

Hugz Ashlee

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