Hello Fetti friends. It's Lisa Henke sharing a trio of cards today using the adorably sweet set, Rain or Shine. I really enjoy the process of creating similar cards with similar products. Notice, I didn't say SAME cards. I start by stamping the images I want to use and color up and then decide on card design from there. 

I knew I wanted to color up the rainbow image in this neutral color combo. I have recently purchased a t-shirt with a similar rainbow on it and that was my inspiration. I then used the same color Copics to color up the other images from Rain or Shine. I used the coordinating Rain or Shine Confetti Cuts to cut them each out so they would be ready to go once I had the card fronts assembled. 

I also decided I wanted to use the This Says it All sentiment set on all three cards. I have been using this set on repeat since the release and I had to force myself not to color in those outline letters. lol. I love the look of the words stamped just in Midnight ink. For this rainbow card I decided to use the Cross Tiles Cover Panel as a stencil and blended on a combo of Bellini and Stone ink for create a customized color for my background. I added a few of the clouds I had on my desk from the Cloudy Day Cover Panel to each end of the rainbow. 

For my next card I just blended on Bellini ink in the background. I tucked in a few more of those Cloudy Day clouds and then popped up the Rain or Shine heart. I picked a different sentiment from This Says it All and added it below the heart. I framed the small card up with my favorite Scallop Squares

My last card just warms my heart. I am sending it off to my bestie as she is embarking on some hard life changes. I just love those sweet lil' bunnies hugging and supporting each other. Again, I used the Cross Tiles Cover Panel as a stencil, but this time I only blended on Bellini ink.

I used my Copics to add some ground and grass and tucked in a few little sweet mushrooms from the Snail Mail set. 

Thanks for stopping by. Have a great day! I send you Hugs and Smiles.