Thursday, July 9, 2020

SugarPea Designs - Pandamonium Friend



Hey there!  It's Tricia here today to share with you a slimline design card.   I combined several different stamp sets to create this card: Pandamonium, Cheers to You, along with Friendship Sentiments.


I started by trimming a panel of cardstock to 3.5 inches by 8.25 inches.   I ink blended with Distress Oxides with Squeezed Lemonade, Picked Raspberry, Spiced Marmalade and Seedless Preserves.  For my grassy area, I used the Card Front Element Builder SugarCut and die cut a wavy border and ink blended with Twisted Citron and Mowed Lawn.    I added the grassy border with foam tape to the main panel. 


I stamped the main pain with the Cheers to You stamp set and gold heat embossed it.  I stamped several of the starburst images across the background.   I used Wow Embossing Powder in Rich Gold.  


I stamped the pandas from Pandamonium stamp set onto white cardstock and then lightly colored them with my Copic markers.   Just to add a hint of color to each of the pandas.   I die cut each of the images out with the Pandamonium SugarCut.  I added the pandas to the grassy border with foam tape.   


I die cut the word "friend" using the Friends Word Sugarcut from light pink and the shadow die from white cardstock.   I stamped a sentiment from the Friendship Sentiments onto black cardstock and white heat embossed it.   I trimmed it down and popped it up with foam tape.   


To add a final touch, I scattered some crystal jewels across the card.  
Thank you so much for visiting with me today! 





Wednesday, July 8, 2020

Reverse Confetti - July New Release Blog Hop


It's release day at Reverse Confetti!  The July release is now available in the Reverse Confetti shop and today we are celebrating the new release with a blog hop!  

You should have arrived fro Caly Person's blog!  Today, I am sharing a card that I made with the new Stained Glass Butterflies stamp set.   When I saw this stamp set I knew that I wanted to try Yana Smakula no blending Copic coloring.   This was the perfect stamp set to try this technique out and it was totally inspired by her video.   



I started by stamping the images from the Stained Glass Butterflies stamp set onto a white card panel.  I picked my Copic colors for each color family using 3 to 4 ink colors.   I did not follow a pattern but just insured that I allowed the Copic coloring to dry between each coloring.   




Once I finished the Copic coloring of each image, I then colored the background with a dark colored Copic marker.   I trimmed the panel down to 4 inches by 5.25 inches.   I stamped a sentiment from Best Sentiments and embossed with gold embossing powder.   I then trimmed the sentiment and backed it with pink cardstock.   I adhered it directly to the card panel. 



I really loved how this turning out and this was the perfect stamp set to give this a try!   Well that is it for me now!   We have a huge blog hop to celebrate the July release.   You can check out the new release at the Reverse Confetti shop!   

Now it is time to hop over to Crystal Thompson's blog!   

A full list of the blog hop is below - have fun hopping around! 


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Tricia 




Here is a look at all of the new release: 

Tuesday, July 7, 2020

Countdown to Confetti - Reverse Confetti - July Release - Day Three

Welcome back to day three of the Countdown to Confetti July release! Today is our final day of the sneak peeks!   The new release will be available July 8th!   I am sharing with you today two cards that I made with Stained Glass Butterflies, Best Sentiments and the new Cross Tiles Cover Panel Confetti Cuts!  




I used my Copic markers to color in the images.   I stamped them out onto Premier Polar White cardstock and then die cut them out with the Stained Glass Butterflies Confetti Cuts.   I embellished the butterflies with a white gel pen.   





I die cut out the Cross Tiles Cover Panel from white and Stone cardstock.  For the small card, I scored the Cross Tiles Cover Panel in the middle and folded it over.   I love the top edge.   I then trimmed my white cardstock underneath an smidge smaller that way it folds easier.   I love Reverse Confetti Cover Panels- they create the perfect foundation to build a card.   They have such unique and fun designs. 





 For the large butterfly card, I used the new Best Sentiments stamp set and white heat embossed onto Midnight cardstock.   I trimmed it down.  For the smaller card, I used a sentiment from Stained Glass Butterflies stamp set.   







Are you ready to shop?  All the new products will be available on July 8th at Midnight! What is your favorite from the new release?    Be sure to come back for our new release Blog Hop on the 8th! 


Hop around to all of the designers Countdown posts and leave comments along the way.   You should leave a comment on each designers post.   There will be a giveaway from the comments and they will close at noon CST on July 7th and the winner will be announced at 5 pm CST on July 7th on the Reverse Confetti Blog and Facebook page.  There will be a $15 gift certificate to a winner from the blog post and one winner from the Facebook!!!  


Thank you for stopping by!  

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Tricia 





Monday, July 6, 2020

Countdown to Confetti - Reverse Confetti - July Release - Day Two

Hello!  It's day two of the Countdown to Confetti July release!  I have two cards to share with you today using the new Rain Or Shine stamp set, Snail Mail stamp set along with a new Cloudy Day Cover Panel Confetti Cuts!   




I had so much fun with these stamp sets -- I just love the new block fonts that have been added to Dawn Machel designs!   First up, I am sharing Rain or Shine!   This is such a cute set.   I stamped the heart repeatedly over the background panel and then colored with my Copic markers.   I then ran it through with the Pointed Cover Panel Confetti Cuts.   




I stamped several other images from Rain Or Shine stamp set and colored with my Copic markers.  I die cut the out with the matching Rain Or Shine Confetti Cuts.   I added my stamped and die cut panel to an A2 card base and then added a white die cut circle that had been die cut with the Square & Circle Frame Confetti Cuts.   I added the images to the circle with foam tape.   




I stamped two of the sentiments from Rain Or Shine stamp set and white heat embossed them onto Midnight cardstock.   I trimmed it down and added to the card panel.  






Next up is the new Snail Mail stamp set along with the Cloudy Day Cover Panel.   Such a cute set!    I stamped the images onto Premier Polar White cardstock and then colored with my Copic markers.  I die cut the images out with the Snail Mail Confetti Cuts.   





I die cut the Cloudy Day Cover Panel Confetti Cuts from Navy cardstock and backed it with Mist card panel.   I then added this to a white card base.   I love all the clouds that have been die cut out!   Save all those pieces, I love that you can use these negative die cuts in the future!   I love it when a die serves double duty!  





I decided to do something a little different with this card instead of creating a scene which I would normally do, I decided to cascade the images across the panel at an angle.   I adhered some directly to the panel with liquid adhesive and then popped other images up on the panel.   




 I stamped two of the sentiments onto Midnight cardstock and then white heat embossed the sentiments.   I love the new block letter sentiments in both of these new stamp sets!   It allows you to combine them together or you can use them individually. 




 Hop around to all of the designers Countdown posts and leave comments along the way.   You should leave a comment on each designers post.   There will be a giveaway from the comments and they will close at noon CST on July 7th and the winner will be announced at 5 pm CST on July 7th on the Reverse Confetti Blog and Facebook page.  There will be a $15 gift certificate to a winner from the blog post and one winner from the Facebook!!!  

Be sure to check back with me for two more days of sneak peeks on July 7th.  All products will be available on July 8th at midnight CST!  

Thank you for stopping by!  

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Tricia 




Sunday, July 5, 2020

Countdown to Confetti - Reverse Confetti - July Release - Day One

Hey there!  Today is the first day of the Reverse Confetti July release and there is so much goodness to share with you over the next three days!   I have several projects to share with you today showcasing the three new stamps, three new dies and one new Cover Panel with you today.  

First up, I love succulents and saw these cute little pots at my local home and garden store and knew it would be a great hostess gift.  When I saw the new Multi Step Cacti stamp set,  I knew it would be perfect for a tag for this gift.  



I started by die cutting with the new Pointed Cover Panel with kraft cardstock and then die cut it again with Inside Scallop Circle Tag.   I die cut another kraft card panel with the Inside Scallop Circle Tag again to double up on the cardstock and make it very sturdy.   




 I stamped the new Multi Step Cacti with the following Reverse Confetti Inks: Mint, RC Aqua, Peach, Coral, Brick, Piggy Bank, Flamingo, and Seafoam.   I then die cut the cacti out with the coordinating Multi Step Cacti Confetti Cuts.   I stamped and die cut several out to use on my tag and card that I made to share with you today! 




For my sentiment, I used the new This Says It All sentiment set and you will absolutely love this new stamp set with 16 sentiments.   They are lined block letter style and I am absolutely in love with these.  I had stamped the sentiment onto one of the new Three Tags Confetti Cuts that is sized perfectly to work with this stamp set.  




I popped up my stamped images onto the tags and then added my stampede tag to the top and tied it around the cute plant.    Hostess gift all ready!   




Next up, I have a card that I made with the other stamped out Multi Step Cacti stamp set.   See the ink colors above that I used to stamp these out.   I used one of my Copics to fill in one of the pots.   




To create my card panel, I used the new Point Cover Panel Confetti Cuts and die cut it from Polar White cardstock and Iced Aqua cardstock.   I die cut the Iced Aqua panel with the Pierced Rounded Top Layers Confetti Cuts.   I then offset it on the panel and adhered them directly to an A2 card base. 




For the sentiment, I again used the new This Says It All stamp set and white heat embossed onto Midnight cardstock and trimmed it down.   Doesn't it look fantastic heat embossed?  This is going set is going to be super popular and I know that I will find myself reaching for it again and again.   



I finished the card off with some crystal sequins that pick up the colors in the card!   

For my final project today, I have a slimline card design for you using the new Background Builder stamp set.   I just love Reverse Confetti's pattern builder stamp sets.  These can be so versatile to use.   I decided to go a little graphic and stamped the images onto a watercolor panel with black ink.   




I trimmed a piece of watercolor paper to 3.5 inches by 8.25 inches and then painted a loose rainbow across the panel.   Once the panel was dry, I did run my dry iron over the panel to correct some of the warping.  Be careful that you don't use an iron too high with heat but warm enough to help iron it flat.  I put a couple pieces of paper on the panel before I iron so that I do transfer any color to my iron.   




I stamped the images from Background Builder on the panel using my MISTI.   This helped me ensure that I got a good crisp image on the watercolor paper.   I adhered this to a Bumblebee card base that had been trimmed 7.5 inches by 8.5 inches and scored at 3.75 inches.   I added the watercolor panel to the Bumblebee card base.  




I stamped a sentiment from This Says It All stamp set and white heat embossed it onto Midnight cardstock.   I trimmed it down and added to the panel with foam tape.    To finish off the panel, I used several different colors of Nuvo drops across the panel.   



That is it for me today!   

Are you ready for some more inspiration!   Hop around to all of the designers Countdown posts and leave comments along the way.   You should leave a comment on each designers post.   There will be a giveaway from the comments and they will close at noon CST on July 7th and the winner will be announced at 5 pm CST on July 7th on the Reverse Confetti Blog and Facebook page.  There will be a $15 gift certificate to a winner from the blog post and one winner from the Facebook!!!  

Be sure to check back with me for two more days of sneak peeks on July 6th and July 7th.  All products will be available on July 8th at midnight CST!  

Thank you for stopping by!  

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Tricia