Wednesday, November 13, 2019

Reverse Confetti ThermOWeb Collaboration!

Happy Wednesday!   Reverse Confetti and ThermOWeb have a collaboration going on this week.  You can see all the posts on the ThermOWeb blog here!   We are sharing projects all week together!  Today I am sharing a Christmas card that I made with the new Gina K. Designs Glitz Glitter Gel in Red Velvet!    




This Glitter Gel has so much sparkle and drys so quick!    This was my first time using this gel and I am really loving it!  





I used the Snowballs Cover Panel and cut a panel from clear acetate and created my own stencil.   I used the Purple Tape to adhere it to my mixed media mat and then covered a panel of Brick cardstock with the Gina K. Designs Glitz Glitter Gel in Red Velvet.    I set the panel aside to dry and worked on the rest of my card.  










I stamped the images from Christmas Candles onto Premier Polar White cardstock and then colored with my Copic markers.   I then die cut them out with the matching Christmas Candle Confetti Cuts.  I stamped several of the accent images with Lime Green and Parakeet ink doing a rock and roll inking on the stamps. 






 Once my Brick panel was dry, I die cut the Rounded Stitched Window from the panel.    I used the panel to then determine where my sentiment and candle illumination needed to be stamped.   For that I used Midnight and Buttercup ink.       






I then layered the Brick panel and the white panel onto an Avocado card base.   Be sure to hop over to the ThermOWeb Blog and check out all the posts from this week and the products being featured.   I had so much fun today playing with the Gina K Designs Glitter Gel and Purple Tape, I think I may have found a new addiction!   I need all the colors! There are 11 colors!   Check them all out here! 





That is it for me today!  I hope that you have a wonderful day! 










Friday, November 8, 2019

Reverse Confetti November Release Blog Hop


It release day!   All the November products are now available at Reverse Confetti!   We have a huge hop for you today sharing lot's of inspiration with the new release.    I loved these little hugging foxes from Huggable!   I just knew that I wanted to make a wintery scene with them.   During the release, I made a Valentine's Day card with this set.   I love the images in this set but I am partial to little critters!  :-) 





I paired this with the Triangle Trees stamp set and matching Triangle Trees Confetti Cuts.  I stamped the trees onto Lime Green and Avocado cardstock using matching inks.   I then die cut them out with the Triangle Trees Confetti Cuts.     I die cut a panel of white cardstock with the Snow Stars Cover Panel and then backed it with Iced Aqua cardstock.   I then die cut another piece of white cardstock with the Edge Essentials Confetti Cuts.    I stamped my sentiment from Huggable onto the white panel.   





For my main image from Huggable, I stamped the foxes onto Premier Polar White cardstock and colored with my Copic markers along with a heart image.   I then layered all my images onto the card panel.   






Well that is it for me today!    Be sure to hop along with the Reverse Confetti November Release Blog hop!   Now on to the next stop on the hop which is Kelly Lunceford!   Have a great time with the hop!  The November release is now available to shop.   What is your favorite from this release?  It is hard to choose!
Thank you for stopping by and visiting me this week! 









Reverse Confetti is also today's sponsor for the 25 Days of Christmas Tags put on by Tracey McNeely!   Please see this post for more details but here is a peek at my tag for the event using some of the November release items!  





25 Days Christmas Tags - Reverse Confetti

Reverse Confetti is also sponsoring today's 25 Days of Christmas Tags with Tracey McNeely's blog, In My Creative Opinion.    



 I created a tag for the event using the new release products.    I used the new Circle Tag and die cut it three times.   I like to have a backer for my tags, so I cut two of the full size tag from white and one from RC Aqua cardstock.   For one of the white tags, I then die cut a window with the smaller circle die in the tag set.   The RC Aqua I ran thru my die cutting machine with the Stitched Bursts Cover Panel.   I then layered all three together.    






 For my images, I stamped the bird and garland from Birdie Buddies onto Premier Polar White and then colored with my Copics.  The two trees are from Triangle Trees and I used Brick and Lime Green cardstock and inks to create the trees.   The sentiment is from Birdie Buddies and was white heat embossed onto Midnight cardstock.   





Be sure to check out Tracy's blog and check out this post for details on how you can participate and have a chance to win!  





Be sure to check out my other post today for the Reverse Confetti Blog Hop!    We have a full list of designers hoping along today with the November Release products.   

Thank you for stopping by and checking my post out today!   

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Thursday, November 7, 2019

Countdown to Confetti - Day Three

Welcome back to our Countdown to the November release for Reverse Confetti!   This is our final day of the Countdown and today we are sharing a new stamp set called Thank You and Thank You Confetti Cuts.   



You will love this stamp set and it will be a staple in your stamp supplies.    I love the scripted sentiments and decided to use most of them from the set on my card today!   Actually, I left them on the stamp set just the way that they were on the acetate sheet and stamped with almost the full set!   I started by cutting some strips of cardstock in RC Aqua, Iced Aqua, Mist, Avocado and Lime Green cardstock.  I then layered them onto another card panel and made sure that I had enough to cover the stamps from the acetate.    I used Versamark ink and then white heat embossed the stamped sentiments.     








I trimmed the panel down and added a border with the Edge Essential Confetti Cuts.  Next, I stamped the Thank You with Midnight ink onto Mist cardstock and then die cut it out with the Thank You Confetti Cuts.   I layered the stamped and die cut sentiment onto a scalloped and pierced circle using the Flowers for Mom Confetti Cuts.    I then added some Darice Crystal sequins which pick up the color of the cardstock so nicely.  





That is it for me today!   The release goes live on November 8th!  We will have a New Release Hop to celebrate!   Till then, we have a ton of inspiration to share with you today with the new products.   Please hop along to each of the designers blog and be sure to leave a comment along the way.  



Reverse Confetti is giving away a $15 gift certificate to one blog commenter and also to one Facebook commenter.   Here is a link for the Reverse Confetti Facebook page.   Please leave a comment on each sneak peak post for each designer, below is a link list for each one!  Comments close at noon CST and the winner will be announced at 5 pm CST on November 7th on the Reverse Confetti Blog and Facebook page!   



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Wednesday, November 6, 2019

Countdown to Confetti - Day Two

Welcome back to the Countdown to Confetti November Release!   Today we are sharing some adorably sweet new stamps sets called  Birdie Buddies and Huggable.   Both of these sets are just so cute and I could not wait to ink them up!    I decided to make holiday cards for Christmas and Valentine's Day today!




First up, I used the new Birdie Buddies to create a holiday card.     I stamped the Birdie Buddies images onto Premier Polar White card stock and colored with my Copic markers.  I love the little flowers and the details on the wings!




 I ink blending on my background using Iced Aqua, Lagoon and Stormy Reverse Confetti inks.   They blend so beautifully together! :-) I then ran the panel thru my die cutting machine with the Stitched Burst Cover Panel.   I LOVE this new cover panel!   The panel just added the stitched starburst details to the card panel.   




I added the holly leaves using the Holly Confetti Cuts with Avocado and Brick card stock.   To create the look of a snow drift, I used the Edge Essentials with Premier Polar White card stock and stamped my sentiment onto the panel.   I added a red and white twine bow to the card.




For my next project, I made a set of Valentine cards!   Is it too early?  These were so much fun to create!!!!    I stamped the images from Huggable onto Premier Polar White card stock and colored with my Copic markers.





 I die cut them out with the matching Huggable Confetti Cuts.   I added some details with a white gel pen.  Do you notice the insides of the mouse die cuts and the little extra inside cuts - I love it when dies do this around their little heart tails! 





For my card panel, I used the heart image in Huggables and created my own backgrounds.   I used Cloud White and Piggy Bank cardstock and stamped the heart repeatedly with Piggy Bank and Flamingo inks.   Next I ran them thru with the Stitched Bursts Cover Panel.   I added them to a white card base and then rounded the corners with my corner chomper.




The Warm Hugs Confetti Cuts pairs perfectly with this stamp set.   I added a sentiment from Huggable to the Cloud White card.   While I used the Warm Hugs Confetti Cuts to make Valentine cards, you could also use it to make winter, spring and summer! 





For the Piggy Bank panel, I die a die cut inlay and die cut several layers and adhered them one on top of another.   For the Cloud White panel, I die cut it from Stormy and Stone cardstock and then slightly offset the stone for a shadow image.    

I finished off the cards by adding some clear sparkle and crystal glaze!   



Well, that is it for me today.   Hop along today and make sure to leave comments as you go, the Confetti Crew and Fetti Friends are sure to fill you with inspiration! Be sure to return tomorrow for more sneak peeks.  The release will be available on November 8th.


Reverse Confetti is giving away a $15 gift certificate to one blog commenter and also to one Facebook commenter.   Here is a link for the Reverse Confetti Facebook page.   Please leave a comment on each sneak peak post for each designer, below is a link list for each one!

Comments will close at noon CST on the 7th and the winner will be announced at 5pm CST on November 7th on the Reverse Confetti Blog and Facebook page!  Please check out the Reverse Confetti Blog for all the details on the giveaways!!  




Affiliate links used at no extra cost to you.  New products will be available November 8th!

Tuesday, November 5, 2019

Countdown to Confetti - Day One

Welcome to the Reverse Confetti Countdown to the November release!    
Today we are sharing Beautiful Memories and The Best Days stamp sets! These are two gorgeous stamps sets.   I also used the brand new 6x6 paper pad called Winter Wonderland. 

First up, I used the new Beautiful Memories stamp set.   I love these blue bell images and this paired so nicely with the new Winter Wonderland 6x6 paper pad.    I stamped my images onto Premier Polar White card stock and colored with my Copic markers.



 
I used the Beautiful Memories Confetti Cuts and die cut the stamped and colored images.  I layered it on top of the new Circle Tag Confetti Cuts.   This tag die has three die cuts that will cut the tag, a smaller circle or a window and then a die that will create the dotted die cuts along the edge of the circle.    I layered the tag onto a panel created with the Winter Wonderland paper that had been die cut from the Scalloped Bag & Tags Creator Confetti Cuts.   I layered it onto some Royal Purple card stock.



 
I stamped a sentiment from Beautiful Memories and white embossed it onto Royal Purple card stock.    I created my card base using a new cover panel called Snow Stars.    I die cut the panel but added adhesive to the back to ensure that the die cut pieces would stay on the card base.   I then layered up my panel and my images from Beautiful Memories.   I added some twine to finish the panel off.     







Next up is a card that I made with the new The Best Days stamp set.   I used the Snow Stars Cover Panel again but this time removed all the die cuts and backed it with some Lime Green card stock to brighten up the card.





I stamped the image from The Best Days onto Premier Polar White card stock and colored with my Copics.    I die cut the image with The Best Days Confetti Cuts and tied some twine around the flowers.





I decided to stamp the sentiment from The Best Days directly onto the card panel.   I used Versafine Oynx Black ink to ensure that I got a really crisp sentiment and also used my MISTI to stamp it a second time.     I added some green jewels to the card to add sparkle.   I used my white gel pen to create highlights on the flowers.




That is it for me today!

Now for the fun stuff!  Hop along today and make sure to leave comments as you go, the Confetti Crew and Fetti Friends are sure to fill you with inspiration! Be sure to return for the next two days of sneak peeks.  The release will be available on November 8th.

Reverse Confetti is giving away a $15 gift certificate to one blog commenter and also to one Facebook commenter.   Here is a link for the Reverse Confetti Facebook page.   Please leave a comment on each sneak peak post for each designer, below is a link list for each one!  


 Comments will close at noon CST on the 7th and the winner will be announced at 5pm CST on November 7th on the Reverse Confetti Blog and Facebook page!  Please check out the Reverse Confetti Blog for all the details on the giveaways!!  

 Here is a full hop list for all the designers Countdown Projects:







Affiliate links used at no extra cost to you.   New Release items will be available on November 8th!