1.07.2014

Countdown to Confetti: Crushin'


Hello! Today marks the last of the sneak peek days for this month's Reverse Confetti release! :) Today, we're featuring cards/projects featuring the new Crushin' set.



To create my card, I started with a white cardstock panel, which I stamped with the large arrow image from Crushin'. (To keep from having to clean off the stamp after each impression to alternate colors, I first stamped all of the gray arrows going down the diagonal of the card front, then followed with teal, then green, then repeated to fill in the empty spaces.)  While I was waiting for the arrows to dry, I stamped the sentiment in Versamark ink onto the green card base, then heat embossed with white powder.  To finish up, I cut a strip off the bottom of the arrow layer, then attached the two pieces to the card front with pop dots.



 

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Have a great one!

Supplies:
Stamps - Crushin', Lots to Say (Reverse Confetti)
Paper - Limeade Ice, Stamper's Select White (PTI)
Ink - Pear Tart, Teal, Gray Flannel, Versamark (Tsukineko)
Miscellaneous - White Embossing Powder (Hero Arts)

37 comments:

  1. How in the world did you line up those arrows so evenly with stamping one color at a time. I would have to rotate until I was done. Really, it looks like purchased background paper! I would've said the Lots To Say would be my fave but now you made me love the other set too. Enabler alert!

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  2. Heather, this card is just...at a loss for words! It's so stunning that I have just stared & then stared some more. I honestly don't know if it's the colors you chose...I think that's it. Perfect in every way! I don't know if I'll be able to stamp those arrows as well as you but I'm sure going to give it a try!! This is such an awesome release!!!!!

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  3. I like how you broke up the card with the fret green strip.

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  4. Very nice card, would love to know how you keep the arrows so straight. love the color combo too

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  5. Amazing stamping! Looks like the perfect masculine card. LOVE it!

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  6. Wonderful card....love the color combo and your overall design with the sentiment. Excellent stamping of the arrows...looks like patterned paper!

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  7. LOVE this!!! Perfect stamping...*sigh*

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  8. Love it!!! Great graphic and fun card!! :)

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  9. great card, fun use of the arrows

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  10. What a fun design and love how you did the sentiment. Love the top panel popped up.

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  11. Love the "designer paper" you created with the arrows! Great clean design!

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  12. Fantastic color combo! I've pinned it! My mind is going crazy on ideas to use the arrow!

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  13. Great idea to stamp on the diagonal to keep from having to constantly clean your stamps. Love the arrow background and the colors you used.
    isoscia at aol dot com

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  14. Heather, you know I am a big fan of your style. This card is no exception.

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  15. Absolutely love your card - the colours and layout are so eye-catching! This release has me well beyond excited and your showcases are major incentive to add RC to my collection!! Fabulous x Awesome!! Thank you for inspiring!
    c

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  16. I just love that shade of green. Green is my favorite color--so many shades....great, simple yet interesting card.

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  17. LOVE your graphic design! And your stamping is perfection!

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  18. Stunning bckgrnd! thanks for sharing!
    Have a wonderful day!

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  19. Love this Heather! Those colors are perfect! LOVE the split arrow panels :) So cute!

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  20. Good way to show the versatility of this set!

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  21. Awesome individual arrow stamping job in the diferent colors and directions, wow

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  22. GREAT card - this would be perfect for a Hunger Games fan!

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  23. Very cute ideas! Love this one for all the boy birthday cards that I always need to make. Perfect colors for that.

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  24. Love how you used these sets as a Happy Birthday card! LOVE IT!

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  25. FAB cards!!! Love the color combos. Really cute!

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  26. Great looking
    card. Lots of
    fun with all
    those arrows.
    Carla from Utah

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  27. Clever card.love how you cut the front stamped piece in two to show the text below..I studied this card for quite a while this morning when I first saw it.. Love the result!!

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  28. Love your card design. It very gender-neutral.

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  29. Heather the arrows are so pretty and once again non-traditional colours--LOVE.

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  30. What a cute card! Love the colors and the pop up on your design. Robin

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  31. Too cute!! Thanks for sharing. Patricia B

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  32. Wow beautiful cards! The arrow stamped background is wonderful!

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  33. Love, love, LOVE this design! :)

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