Saturday, December 8, 2018

Reverse Confetti - December Blog Hop

Welcome to the December Blog Hop for Reverse Confetti! Today we are sharing a new project and three of our favorites from this past year!    It was so much fun looking back thru the year and trying to pick out three cards to share.   There was so much fun and fantastic products that were released this past year and I can't wait to share my picks with you.    







First up, I had to create a Christmas card for the December Blog Hop!   I love this time of year!     These little elves remind me of the Elf on the Shelf and seeing all the mischief that they can get into.  I made two cards using the Christmas Cheer and Sentimental Christmas stamp set.   I used the same color combination on both cards and mixed up the Confetti Cuts that I used on each. 






For the first card, I ink blended with Lime Green and Avocado inks onto some Bristol smooth card stock.   I then layered the Large Diamond Cover Panel over the inked panel.   I die cut some Salsa ink with the Snowflake Trio Confetti Cuts.   





I loved the Sentimental Christmas stamp set and stamped the Fa La La and extended it by masking and stamping the La La again.   I stamped my images from Christmas Cheer on Premier Polar White card stock and colored with my Copic markers.  I added some clear glitter to the pom pom's on the hats. 







For the mini card, I used a card base that is 4 1/4 squared.   I used the Scalloped Squares Confetti Cuts along with the Criss Cross Cover Panel.   The sentiment is again from Sentimental Christmas and stamped onto Lime Green cardstock.  







I added a tree from the Holiday Gnomes stamp set using the paper from the Fun Times paper pad.  
I love the traditional colors of green and red for Christmas.   My favorite color combination with Reverse Confetti is Salsa and Lime Green.   





Now, onto my projects from this past year.   First up, this is a card that I made with the Tall Blooms stamp set.   I absolutely love this set and the beauty is that you can create so many different arrangements with the tall blooms.    I loved the Stitched Rays Cover panel on the Kraft card stock.    I had inked the edges of the card stock to give it a more vintage vibe.   This cover panel was perfect for the bundle of Tall Blooms.    Here is the original post for all the details. 






Next up, Moon Men!   No doubt,  this is one of my FAVorite stamps sets of this year!    I have boys and this stamp set is perfect for creating boy themed cards.    And..... who doesn't love making galaxy backgrounds!   The Reverse Confetti inks are so wonderful and vibrant!   They really make the best backgrounds and are so easy to blend.    For this card, I used Blueberry, Lagoon and Bumblebee inks to make my background.   I also used the Stitched Squares Confetti Cuts to make my card panel.  Here is the original post for all the details on the card below.  






For my final card, it's a card using the Fall Foliage stamp set and the new Triangles Cover Panel.   I loved this color combination with the blues and oranges.    The Triangles Cover Panel is such a gorgeous base for the fall leaves.    I love the mix of stitched and die cut triangles.   The sentiments in the Fall Foliage stamp set are a beautiful script.  Here is the original post to see more details and pictures on this card. 






Check out what all the designers have to share with you today!   The full blog hop list is posted below!    Enjoy!


Happy Holidays to all!








6 comments:

  1. Tricia, I love your card duo for today. The colors are fabulous.
    What awesome picks, you have such a fun style.

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  2. Who doesn't love a little fa la la.

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  3. What STUNNING creations!! I LOVE your adorable elves cards. The coloring is FANTASTIC!

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  4. Tricia, love the holiday cards--can't go wrong with the holiday red and green! Thanks for sharing some of your earlier cards, too. I love the variety of designs and themes. tfs

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  5. Love them all! Your elves are just the cutest thing ever!

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