The stamp comes with hearts and stars above the umbrella, but since I wanted to stamp the hearts and stars as if they were raining down the card, I used a knife to cut apart the hearts and stars part from the elephant and umbrella. (A tiny part of me is like, gasp! for cutting a stamp apart, but it's easy to put it back together for stamping).
Before stamping the hearts and stars raining down, I quickly added some blue watercoloring to the card, except under the umbrella, to give it a bit more of a raining look. The elephant and umbrella were also colored in with watercolors, and rhinestones from the kit were added here and there.
Paper: Paper Source paper bag 8.5 x 11 cardstock; Staples 8.5 x 11 white cardstock
Embellishments: Pinkfresh Studio rhinestones
Stamps: American Crafts sentiment and frame, Pinkfresh Studio elephant
Tools: Loew-Cornell Dry Pan Watercolor Paint Cakes 24 Colors from Jo-Ann; black embossing powder from Jo-Ann
Ink: Ranger Distress Ink in Stormy Sky; Tsukineko Memento Tuxedo Black ink