9.22.2016

You're So Fab{BOO}lous


Hello! Hope your week has been going well! :) I'm popping in to share one of the cards from the last Reverse Confetti release that I hadn't had a chance to share yet here on my blog.  

To create my card, I started by first creating a card base using Cloud White CS.  I then mixed together some embossing paste with Lime Green ink and used the Lotsa Dots Stencil to add some texture to the card base.  Next, I die cut a ghost shape using the Halloween Bits Confetti Cuts on Iced Aqua CS, then covered it with stickles.  While the die cut was drying, I then used the Woodgrain Confetti Cuts on a piece of light gray CS.



I then stamped one of the sentiments from Treat Yo' Self in black ink, and added a strip of Fright Night patterned paper to the bottom of the card before wrapping it with Charcoal Striped Twine.  I then adhered the sentiment panel to the card front using foam tape before securing the ghost to the card front with pop dots.  To finish up, I embellished with purple enamel dots.



  




Have a great one!

9.08.2016

RC Blog Hop - Grateful for You



Hello! It's the 8th of the month, which means it's Reverse Confetti blog hop time AND all the goodies we've been showcasing for the past few days are now available.  Awwww yeah! :)

To create my card, I started by first covering a Cloud White card base with a piece of patterned paper from the Fright Night paper pack.  I then used the Leaves Cover Panel Confetti Cuts on a 4.25 x 5.5 piece of Cloud White CS, then adhered the die cut to the card front.  Next, I stamped some of the flower and leaf images from Blooms 'n Buds in Iced Aqua, gray, and black ink before cutting them out with the coordinating Blooms 'n Buds Confetti Cuts.  The die cuts were then adhered to the negative circle die cut from the leaves cover panel before being adhered to the card front with foam tape.



The Grateful, Thankful, Blessed Confetti Cuts were then used on a piece of silver foil cardstock, then carefully cut apart.  The die cut was then adhered to the card front , using foam tape to pop up the ends overhanging the circle die cut.  Next, I cut a piece of Iced Aqua CS and stamped it with a partial sentiment from Because of the Brave.  To finish up, I adhered the sentiment to the card front and embellished with green enamel dots.


  
  
  
  

I hope you've enjoyed hopping with us today. Be sure and hop with us on the 8th of every month for more Reverse Confetti inspiration! 

Here's the full list of today's hop participants:


Have a great one!

9.07.2016

RC Sneak Peek Day 3 - Thank You


Hello! It's the final day of previews for this month's Reverse Confetti release, and all the new stamps, dies, ink and paper we've been showcasing will be available for purchase tomorrow! :)

For my project today, I created this adorable treat container using the new Treat Tubes & Topper (die comes with a set of 6 tubes, additional tubes can be purchased separately).  To start, I first used the Topper die on a piece of Tangerine CS and a piece of Fright Night patterned paper.  I adhered the two die cuts together (6x6 patterned paper is just a smidge too short to wrap fully around the tube), folded the perforated marks, then adhered it to my (filled) treat tube with scor-tape.  Next, I used the Envie Wrap Confetti Cuts on a piece of Cloud White CS to create my tag, then cut off the top portion at the perforation.  I then die cut the largest circle using the Circles 'N Scallops Confetti Cuts on light gray CS, then adhered it to the tag with foam tape. 



I then die cut a small Tangerine CS scalloped circle using the Circles 'N Scallops Confetti Cuts, and stamped it with a partial sentiment from Because of the Brave in black ink.  I used the Wheat Confetti Cuts on silver foil, black and Tangerine CS, and adhered the die cuts behind the scallop circle.  Flowers and one of the leaves from Blooms 'N Buds were stamped in Tangerine, black and gray inks and die cut using the coordinating Blooms 'N Buds Confetti Cuts.  The die cuts were then arranged and adhered to the orange scallop die cut using foam tape.  The scallop die cut was adhered to the tag front with foam tape before embellishing with clear gems and securing the tag to the treat tube with Charcoal Twine.


  
  
  



Would you like to be entered for your chance to win one of two gift certificates to RC (one for blog commenters, and one for Facebook commenters)? To enter, simply leave comments on the RC DT blogs, then hop on over to the Reverse Confetti Facebook page. (Full details can be found over on the RC Blog.)

Have a great one!

9.06.2016

RC Sneak Peek Day 2 - Give Thanks


Hello! It's the second day of Reverse Confetti September sneak peeks, and today I'm sharing a card created using the new Happy Harvest stamp set, as well as some new coordinating dies, twine and the Fright Night paper pad.  I love every. single. thing. in this month's release, but I'd be lying if I didn't say the paper pad makes me a little giddy every time I pick it up... ♥♥♥ 

To create my card, I started by first cutting a piece of aqua blue herringbone patterned paper from the Fright Night paper pad to 4 x 5.5", and adhered it to a Cloud White CS base before embellishing with Charcoal Twine.  I then used the Lacy Scallop Frames Confetti Cuts on Cloud White CS and adhered it behind a gray CS circle die cut using the Circles 'N Scallops Confetti Cuts.  Next, I stamped one of the acorn bases and the topper from Happy Harvest in black and Iced Aqua inks, die cut them using the Happy Harvest Confetti Cuts and adhered them together.



I then used the Wheat Confetti Cuts (love love LOVE these dies!) on silver foil and Lime Green CS, and adhered them behind the acorn.  To finish up I adhered the acorn to the gray die cut circle, covered the acorn top with sugared stickles and embellished with green gems.


  
  
  
  

  

Would you like to be entered for your chance to win one of two gift certificates to RC (one for blog commenters, and one for Facebook commenters)? To enter, simply leave comments on the RC DT blogs, then hop on over to the Reverse Confetti Facebook page. (Full details can be found over on the RC Blog.)

Have a great one!

9.05.2016

RC Sneak Peek Day 1 - There's No Mummy Like You


Hello! It's the first day of sneak peeks for the Reverse Confetti September Release, and if you've been following along with RC on Instagram and Facebook, then you know there are a bunch of AMAZING new products being released this month! In addition to the fabulous stamps and dies you've come to expect every month from RC, ink, cardstock, stencils and paper pads are now being added to the line up. :) 

To create my card, I started by first cutting a piece of orange and white patterned paper from the Fright Night paper pad and adhering it to a medium gray card base.  I then stamped several of the images from Best Witches in Versafine black ink onto watercolor paper, then heat setting them with clear embossing powder.  The images were then colored with Zig Clean Color markers and die cut with the Best Witches Confetti Cuts once they were dry.  Next, I die cut a tag base using the Topped Off Tag Confetti Cuts on Iced Aqua CS and topped it with a spider web tag created from die cutting silver foil CS with the Web Tag Layer Confetti Cuts.  I then used the Hang Ups, Too Confetti Cuts on lime CS and adhered it to the tag.  




The Lacy Scallop Frames Confetti Cuts were used on Cloud White CS, and the webbed tag was adhered to the top of the frame before both pieces were attached to the card front with foam tape.  I then used the All Frame Up Confetti Cuts on lime CS and adhered it to the card base on an angle trimming off the excess.  The sentiment was stamped on a small strip of Tangerine CS, then adhered to the card front.  To finish up, I adhered the watercolored images, then embellished with clear gems.



  
   
  


  



Would you like to be entered for your chance to win one of two gift certificates to RC (one for blog commenters, and one for Facebook commenters)? To enter, simply leave comments on the RC DT blogs, then hop on over to the Reverse Confetti Facebook page. (Full details can be found over on the RC Blog.)

Have a great one!