I added some Glossy accents to her rain coat and boots, to give it that shiny look. You can get this stuff at Michaels, Close to my Heart or even at Stamping Bella. I really like all the neat little
things you can do with that stuff!
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Have a wonderful Friday!
Christine, this is wonderful! The images are so beautifully coloured and I love how you finished the raincoat & boots with the glossy accents - the perfect touch! The colours are so pretty and the stitching detail on each panel really finishes the look off! Can you believe I haven't tried one of these folds yet!! I think you've inspired me to go & try ....watch this space!
This is completely adorable, it reminds me of the first water colour class we did with pam russel.
love your card, it looks like the coat is really wet, love it
Beautiful card. I love the glossy coat and the verse in the middle just leads you through to the lovely image at the back. Elaine
I love how you have added the glossy accents to her rain coat, it has a fantastic effect. This is another gorgeous card Christine.
Oh OH OH Christine this is so fun!!! I LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE this card!!! The colors that design and oh boy that coloring of the images is just STUNNING!! This is my very favorite card of yours sweetie!!!
oh la la.......awww
Well let me see my address is......hee hee hee
happy weekend sweetie, Janiel
Oh Christine, this is absolutely gorgeous, I love your card design as well, and those images are gorgeous. With love and hugs Shirleyx
How gorgeous. Love these little girls and those glossy accents are so effective. Another style of card for me to try. Hvae a great weekend and I hope it doesn't rain for you.. Marianne x
Wow this is fabulous. Love both the images you used and your colouring is just fab as always. Great job.
This is fab!! Love the glossy accents for the coat & boots!!!
Have a great weekend,
What a wonderful card! Love her shiny raincoat!! Just beautiful!!
I love this Christine. The glossy raincoat looks fantastic and I love the design of the card. I've made a tri-fold before but not a quad fold; will have to give this a go.
Love how you've given her a lovely shiny raincoat! I think I had one just like it when I was little - can almost hear the crunkly noise it made when I moved - LOL.
Another GORGEOUS card!
This is gorgeous Christine, absolutely adorable, love the colours!
Love this card. The image is so cute and the shiny raincoat looks wonderful.
LOVE the glossy accents on the rain coat....SOOOO perfect!
This is just gorgeous Christine. I've never made a card like this...yet. Must try. I've been such a bad blogger this while now because of lack of time. Hope this week is better. Apologies for not visiting your blog for about 10 days. I've had a lovely look back just now and you have made some beautiful cards. I love to visit you and see what you've been making.
Congrats on your DT post, your friend is lucky to have such a talented crafter on her DT.
Weyhey! This card really is gorgeous! The glossy rain coat is brilliant and I love the simple two-colour palette and the understated embellishments. The images tell the story with a minimum of fuss and I love it! Hugs to you, Lesley
Absolute stunning, great idea with the glossy accent on the rain coat, really makes it shiny! Love it! Hugs Nilla
You've totally outdone yourself with this one. The layout is amazing, and the coloring is fantastic. I need to meet this friend Carolyn who keeps giving you amazing images. LOL.
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