Hello! It's the first day of sneak peeks for the Reverse Confetti October Release, and there is a *ton* of awesome new product coming this month! Stamps, dies, cardstock, ink, a stencil, and patterned paper are coming your way. So. Much. Goodness!
Today, we're showcasing cards and projects made with the new Merry Christmoose set. To create my card, I started by first cutting a piece of herringbone Very Merry patterned paper and adhered it to a piece of RC Aqua cardstock. I may be biased because I designed the patterns for the paper pad, but I *love* this paper! :) The layers were then adhered to a Stone cardstock base. Next, I used the Lacy Scallop Circles Confetti Cuts on Cloud White cardstock, and then ran it through my die cut machine again with the Jingle All the Way Confetti Cuts. I then used the Jingle All the Way CCs on RC Aqua cardstock, and inlaid the teal pieces to the white die cut circle. To help them stay inside the circle, I adhered foam tape to the back of the circle before attaching it to the card base.
Next, I stamped the cutie patootie moose from Merry Christmoose in versafine black ink, and heat set it with clear embossing powder. The image was then die cut using the Merry Christmoose Confetti Cuts and colored it in using distress ink on the body, and a silver mica pen for the antlers. Once the moose was dry, I added a small teal bell to a piece of Maraschino Solid Twine, then secured it around the moose's antlers. Teal and white twine was then wrapped around the card base and tied in a bow. To finish up, the moose was secured to the card front with foam tape, then I embellished with white enamel dots.
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Have a great one!