Showers over at Addicted to CAS!


Time for another challenge over at Addicted to CAS and this time the code word is showers!

ATCAS - code word showers

Our Hostess is Shana and she makes great cards, don’t forget to hop over to her blog! Our guest designer this month is Pia, our countries are neighbours, and she makes awesome cards, hop over to her blog if you are looking for some inspiration!

Our sponsor is Lawn Fawn and the winner gets one stamp set and one 6×6 paper pad! Now that is a price i would like to win!!


Over to my card, my card is “after” showers, like after rain comes sunshine. 🙂 I made a quick video of the process if you would like to take a look, Supplies are listed down below.

Card by Joanna Harty using Stampen Dous and Die-versions


Card by Joanna Harty using Stampen Dous and Die-versions

Challenges : Addicted to Stamps, Simon Says Stamp 


  • Stampset – Stampen Dous, Tiny Alpha
  • Die –  Die-Versions, Chick Flick
  • Ink – Versafine
  • Pattern Paper – Three Bugs In A Rug
  • Cardstock –  Neenah Solar White and Tim Holtz
  • Corner Chomper

25 thoughts on “Showers over at Addicted to CAS!

  1. Jamie Vanskiver

    I LOVE this card! It’s so cute. Love the font on the ‘sunshine’- I was wondering what stamp set you used for the tiny alpha’s, it’s so cute!

    1. Joanna Harty Post author

      Thanks Jamie! This card was very easy and quick and the supplies are listed at the end of the post. The stampset is very old, so i’m not sure if it’s on the market anymore…

  2. Loll

    Hi Joanna. This is adorable!! I love your layout and design … and the pattern paper with the rainboots is so colourful and fun. Great video!! xx

  3. c

    What a fabulous card…those rain boots are simply darling! The sunshine die cut and curved sentiment add such impact! Thank you sharing in the ATSM gallery!

  4. Wei Wei Wang

    Love how you interpret the ‘ shower’ theme! Very smart and creative! These run boots are adorable! Thank you for sharing at ATSM.


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