Monday, November 6, 2017

Countdown to Confetti - Sno Awesome & Kitchen Love

Welcome to Day Two of the Reverse Confetti Countdown to the November release.   I have three cards to share today using the Sno Awesome and Kitchen Love stamp sets and matching Confetti Cuts.    


First up, I used the new Cheerful & Kind 6x6 paper pad and stamped the Sno-Cones out of patterned paper and white heat embossed the images.   I also used Baby Blue and Tangerine cardstock which goes great with the new Cheerful & Kind paper pad.   I cut the images out with the Sno Awesome Confetti Cuts.   

For my main panel, I watercolored with some pink watercolor paint and made a messy background.    





I stamped one of the sentiments from Sno Awesome in black Versafine ink and then added my sno-cones with foam to pop them off the main panel.    I added some sequins to finish off the card.   I layered the watercolored panel onto a white card base.   





For my next card, I again used the Sno Awesome stamp set and the new Scalloped Stripe Panel for my main focal point on the card.  I die cut the Scalloped Stripe panel from Cloud White cardstock and then layered some vellum cardstock behind it and placed it on a card base from Cloud White cardstock.   





I used the Cheerful & Kind paper pad again and some Flamingo cardstock and stamped the images again and white heat embossed them and cut them out with the Sno Awesome Confetti Cuts.   I added a small felt flower from the Build a Bunch Confetti Cuts and added a small white pearl.   






On the inside, I stamped a sentiment from the Sno Awesome Stamp set. 






For my last card today, I used the Kitchen Love stamp set.   I decided to go with a Christmas theme for this card.    This stamp set made me think of homemade goodies at Christmas.   This would be a perfect card to pair with some homemade Christmas cookies.   



I stamped the images onto Midnight cardstock and then white heat embossed them.   I knew that I wanted to frame the sentiment with the new Scalloped Squares Confetti Cuts so I made sure to stamp it towards the center top and then stamped the other images around it.    



I cut the Scalloped Square several times out of white cardstock and layered them all together.   I also die cut the Holly Confetti Cuts from Avocado and Brick cardstock and placed them in the corner of the frame.   I trimmed the Midnight panel and then added a white base and then placed the panel onto a Brick card base.    





I added some hemp twine and a little metal bell to the twine as I plan to use this as a card to give with some homemade goodies this Christmas.   

Reverse Confetti is giving away a $15 gift certificate to one blog commenter and also to one Facebook commenter.  In addition, they will be giving away new product each day.    Please leave a comment on each sneak peak post for each designer.  Comments will close at noon CST on November 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!!

Please be sure to check back with me for more sneaks on today and on the 7th!  We will have a new release hop on November 8th.  All products will be available for purchase on November 8th! 

Hop along to see all the designers projects today using today's sneaks and leave a comment for a chance to win! 

Tricia Barber - that's me!
and 'Fetti Friend, Laurel Seabrook


I hope you have fun hopping along!   





















17 comments:

  1. totally loving your sno cone cards! the white embossed outlines are fantastic with the papers and colors you used. sweet holiday card, too.

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  2. Ohhhh! I love these cards! They’re both adorable!

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  3. Love your cards. What a cute sentiment about the brain freeze :)

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  4. Awesome release! Super pretty cards! I especially love the cones on the watercolored background!

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  5. Love the white on the black.
    The sno-cone card is cute.
    thanks for sharing.

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  6. cutie-patootie Cards, every single one, love the colors you choose to create them!

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  7. I love that your snow-cones have scarfs on them. That is such a fun touch! Your kitchen card looks fabulous in white ink on black cs. It is gorgeous!

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  8. It is so awesome the way you used your fab goodies.

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  9. Wow !! That's an awesome set of cards !

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  10. Very fun. Love your patterns and colors. And reminds of baking holiday goodies with my kids. Cute!

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  11. I think the snow cones are so cute with their scarves! But
    the last card is my favorite. It's just so pretty with the color
    combo & the stamped all over BG.

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  12. Wow!! I love the watercolored background you created for the snow cones - so cool! The chalkboard look of your last card is just beautiful!

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  13. Love how you heat embossed the snow cones in white and colored. I'm also crazy about the framed sentiment on the Baked With Love card.

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  14. cute cards. Love the snow cones.

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  15. The scallop stripe panel is unbelievable!! I've never seen anything like it. I really love the new paperpad

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  16. Love the water color background the the white on black embossing looks amazing!!!

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  17. Tricia, I hadn't planned to buy the stamp and die set "Kitchen Love" until I saw your card. I LOVE it! I'm going to use your inspiration for all of my Christmas baking!

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