Friday, November 2, 2018

Reverse Confetti - Fall Inspiration

Hello and Happy Friday peeps!    I hope you have a wonderful and beautiful fall day today!   Can you believe that it is November already!    I know!   I have a fall inspired card to share with you using several Reverse Confetti products.   I made a multi layered card using the Thanks Square Confetti Cuts.    I will share with you how I created this card using some partial die cutting. 

I created a card base from Rust cardstock to 4 1/4 x 5 1/2 inches.    I then made another panel from white cardstock and trimmed it about an inch shorter.   See in the photo above.    I then trimmed a panel of Dark Roast card stock about and inch longer than the Thanks Square Confetti Cut.   This will allow partial die cutting to be done at the top and create a flag once scored to go over the white and Rust cardstock.   

Now for the stamping.  I stamped a panel with the Autumn Blessing stamp set, stamping it twice and layering it very close together to create a larger background.   I then colored it messy with my Copic markers. This allowed for some quick coloring and I only did one color.  I picked out Copic markers in fall colors just ensuring that I had some of the Rust and Dark Roast colors in my image.   This panel was also scored over to create a hinge for the panel to lift and make a space for what you need to write on the card on the Rust card base.    To bring that color of Rust out more, I die cut a few more of just the Thanks from the Thanks Square Confetti Cut to layer onto the Dark Roast die cut.    

To assemble my card I layered the stamped image first and then marked where the panel ended and cut another partial die cut with a small circle die to create a clasp for the stamped panel.    I then placed the Thanks Square Confetti Cut on top and adhered my hinge to both the white and Rust panel.   Because it was super thick now at the top, I used some hemp twine and created a "belly like band" around the card and placed it at the top.   This holds the Thanks panel down and once removed, you can access all the multiple layers.    To finish it off, I added a few clear droplets. 

That is it for me!   I hope that you have a wonderful day and even more wonderful weekend!   Thank you for stopping by!   

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