Friday, March 8, 2019

Reverse Confetti March Release Blog Hop!

Welcome to the Reverse Confetti March Release Blog Hop!   You should have hopped to me from the wonderful..........    I have three projects to share with you today using the new release.  

 First up, I loved how this card came out.   It is so cheery and perfect ray of sunshine when we have been having nothing but cold, wet and rainy days forever!     I started with a white card panel and then using post it tape, I created a sunburst with Bumblebee ink.   

I then die cut the panel with the Stitched Note Frames Confetti Cuts and then replaced the center panel with a plain white die cut panel.   I had some left over watercolor cardstock that I used for day one of the sneaks and die cut hello from the Word Duo: hello & thanks Confetti Cuts.    

I layered it with several die cut layers and then adhered it to the center of the card for that pop of color!   For the frames, I layered the outer frame onto several die cut frames to have it the same width as the hello.  The inner frame was then inlaid with the center note panel.   

Next up, I had to use Spring Pals again.  It is so adorable.  For today's card, I colored the images with my Zig Clean Color Real Brush markers.    I wanted to create another scene card and paired it with the Stitched Note Frames.   

I used the inner panel and ink blended with Iced Aqua, Lagoon, and Parakeet inks.   I then added my frame from Stitched Note Frames and popped it up with some foam tape.   The sentiment was stamped with Wisteria ink onto a die cut sentiment strip from Flowers for Mom Confetti Cuts.   

My scene was placed onto a card base that had been covered with some patterned paper from Darling Dots 6x6 inch paper pad.   I love the little frog with his crown!    I used the Nuts About You Confetti Cuts to create the grassy border.  I added some details with a white gel pen.  So cute!   

For my last project today, I knew that the new So Super stamp set would be perfect to make party favors for a birthday party!   Who doesn't love superheroes!    For each party bag, I stamped each bag with several images from So Super with Sand ink.    

I created a unique tag for each bag using So Super and the Stitched Hex Tag.   I added sentiments from Word Up.    Just like the first card I made today, for each tag, I used post it tape and created a sunburst on each tag with Bumblebee, Stone and Navy ink to match each of my Superheroes outfits!   (I googled Superhero and found tons of color combinations for them! :-)   I used the new Word Up stamp set and stamped a variety of sentiments to add to each tag.   I die cut them with the Stitched Hex Tag so that they matched the tag.  

I stamped the images onto Premier Polar White card stock and then colored with my Copic markers.   I then die cut them out with the So Super Confetti Cuts.   Each one has a word bubble stamped in matching inks with a lightening bolt!     I used my Crop-a-dile and punched a hole in the bag and tied it with some sparkling twine and added a clip to the top.   I had filled the bags with a variety of candy.  I picked these bags up at my local craft store.   These were super easy to make and came together pretty quickly.   They would be really easy to reproduce.   

That is it for me today!    What is your favorite from the release?  Let me know in the comments below.   It is really hard to pick one favorite for sure!   Well it is time for you to hop along to the next stop, which is Kelly Lunceford!   I can't wait to see what she has to share today!  There is more special guests as well so have fun hopping along!   See you again soon!   


  1. so super fun, love all your projects Tricia! Those party favor bags turned out so CUTE.

  2. Wonderful projects. Love the bright
    rays in the first card, the cute tags.
    and the grouping of animals in the
    second card. thanks for sharing

  3. I've loved seeing all of your fabulous projects this week! You always do such a wonderful job!

  4. Great use of the new RC release products! Love those tags.

  5. These are just wonderful! Bright and cheerful!