Long Sunflower stencil (LL429) so that only the top part of the flower was on the paper. And by flipping the stencil over, I was able to change the orientation of the flowers. I also found it was easier to stencil the flowers on each side of the card, let them dry briefly, and then stencil the middle flower. If you're making several cards, do all the same colored flowers at once so you'll only need to wash your stencil when you reposition it to color the next flower. Choose bright colors for the flowers as pastels will fade away under the "rain."
For the rain drops, I used the Rain stencil (LJ905), and embossed it with Translucent Embossing Paste mixed with a touch of Metallic F/X, Navajo Sky.
I have a friend who is not feeling well and this might be a "sorry to hear you're under the weather" card for her. Some of the others might become note cards with a "thinking of you" stamped inside. I love choices!
Don't forget to visit the other Design Team blogs for more ideas and inspiration, and be sure to link your project using Mr. Linky on the Dreamweaver Stencils' blog, Dream it Up!