Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Wednesday in the Works: Nail Polish Marbling Video


Hey there, I'm over on the Reverse Confetti blog today with a Wednesday in the Works tutorial on Nail Polish Marbling. I had a lot of questions on this technique last month when I used it on the card I made for Jen's #beastmode Blog Hop, so I put together a short video to show you how easy (albeit messy) it is! 

Hope you'll visit me on the Reverse Confetti blog and check out the video HERE on Reverse Confetti's new YouTube channel.


Monday, March 13, 2017

Queen & Co Shaker Cards

Be Happy - Butterfly Shaker

Hey there, I'm on the Queen & Company blog today with a look at some of their ingenious shaker products. If you love shaker cards, but find them difficult to make, you'll want to check these out! Four easy steps: Peel and stick, fill with any of the amazing Queen & Company Toppings, cover, and decorate. These kits make creating shakers a breeze! 

I'm sharing two different cards I made with the Solo Butterfly Card Kit, beautiful Toppings, patterned paper, and various embellishments. The Solo Butterfly Card Kit includes two card bases, two pieces of foam with removable butterfly die-cuts, acetate, and a white pre-die-cut top layer ready for decorating. Head on over to the Queen & Company blog for more info on any of these cards.

Get Well - Butterfly Shaker



I'm also sharing two cards I made with the Birthday Shaker Kit. These are smaller shaker elements rather than full card fronts, perfect for cards, tags, and scrapbooks. Again, lots more information and more photos on the Queen & Co blog.

The birthday kit comes with six shaker shapes: three party hats, three candles, and three slices of cake. Here's a look at the party hat:

Celebrate - Party Hat Shaker


And here's a look at the candle:

Make A Wish - Birthday Candle Shaker

I had so much fun making these cards!


Thanks for stopping by!


Wednesday, March 8, 2017

Reverse Confetti March Release Hop

Easter Blessings Trio

Reverse Confetti's March release is now available, and the Confetti Crew is celebrating with a new release blog hop. So glad you're here!




Alleluia

I have a trio of cards today. Each features a sentiment from Easter Blessings and one of the new cover panels. Easter Blessings is the newest offering in Reverse Confetti's faith-based line. 

On this first card, I started with three Drop Cover Panel Confetti Cuts die-cuts, stacked them together, and backed them with a peach patterned paper panel. 

Alleluia

Next I added a strip of floral paper and some yellow seam binding tied off in a bow. 


Alleluia

The turquoise circle was done with a Lacy Scallop Circles Confetti Cuts die. The pink Cross Confetti Cuts die-cut is topped with a yellow flower (that die is also in the Cross Confetti Cuts set) and some bling.


Alleluia

My Easter Blessings sentiment is stamped in yellow ink onto a Cloud White Tall Tags Trio Confetti Cuts die-cut and lightly sponged with yellow ink. 


Alleluia


Stamps: Easter Blessings

Dies: Drop Cover Panel, Lacy Scallop Circles, Cross, Tall Tags Trio

Ink: Papertrey Harvest Gold

Paper: Reverse Confetti Cloud White card stock; Papertrey Harvest Gold card stock; 
Jillibean Soup Bowl of Dreams paper collection

Other: Queen & Co. yellow flower button, ink blending tool, foam adhesive, 
vellum, seam binding, spray adhesive






He Is Risen


My next card features the Big Chevies Cover Panel Confetti Cuts die in the background. 



He Is Risen


The Cross is layered over a Lacy Scallops Circle Confetti Cuts die-cut and the Easter Blessings sentiment is heat embossed in white.


He Is Risen

I die-cut two cover panels, one from white and one from a yellow polka dot pattern, then layered the negatives to the white chevrons for a more stripy look. I also trimmed down the perimeter of the white cover panel to get the blue outer mat.


Stamps: Easter Blessings

Dies: Big Chevies Cover Panel, Lacy Scallop Circles, Cross

Ink: Versamark

Paper: Reverse Confetti Cloud White card stock; Jillibean Soup Bowl of Dreams paper collection

Other: enamel dot, foam adhesive, white embossing powder, seam binding

 



Easter Blessings

And then the last one features the Striped Frame Cover Panel Confetti Cuts.

Easter Blessings

Here the Cross is layered onto a floral pattern Lacy Scallops Circle die-cut. I also topped the inner part of the cover panel with one of the dies from the All Framed Up Confetti Cuts die set, lightly inking it in yellow before adhering with foam tape for dimension.


Easter Blessings

The Easter Blessings sentiment is on the inside of their card, just a simple circle and band with a white embossed sentiment.

Stamps: Easter Blessings

Dies: Striped Frame Cover Panel, Lacy Scallop Circles, Cross, All Framed Up

Ink: Versamark

Paper: Reverse Confetti Cloud White card stock; Jillibean Soup Bowl of Dreams paper collection

Other: rhinestone, white linen thread, foam adhesive, white embossing powder


 



For lots more new release inspiration, visit the Reverse Confetti Crew:


Thanks so much for visiting!


Tuesday, March 7, 2017

Countdown to Confetti - All About Ewe and Easter Blessings

Ewe Make Me Smile

Today is the third day of Reverse Confetti's March release countdown. So glad you're here!

Today we are featuring All About Ewe and Easter Blessings




All of the new products will be available in the Reverse Confetti store
at midnight ET March 8.

Be sure to visit the Reverse Confetti blog for links to all the designers posting peeks today. Leave comments on each designer's blog for a chance to win a $15 Reverse Confetti gift certificate. Also, head over to the Reverse Confetti Facebook page for an additional giveaway. 

Ewe Make Me Smile

My card for today features the insanely cute All About Ewe. (I'll have something to share with Easter Blessings for tomorrow's blog hop.) I think this could be my favorite critter set yet! I die-cut the sheep, bird, fence, grass and flowers using the All About Ewe Confetti Cuts, then stamped and colored with Copics.

Ewe Make Me Smile

Behind the scene is a portion of the new Drop Cover Panel. I first die-cut a full A2 panel, then cut a scalloped circle from that using one of the Pop Up Circle Confetti Cuts dies. Don't you think those horizontal "drops" kind of look like clouds?

The two white felt clouds were done with the Sun 'n Clouds Confetti Cuts dies.


Ewe Make Me Smile

The "grass" is a banner from the Greetings Frame Confetti Cuts set. I curved my sentiment underneath the banner and accented with a pair of wood veneer hearts.

The width of the Cloud White panel is trimmed down a bit, then mounted onto a Stone card base. The card base is only 4" wide, so that the overhanging sheep and scalloped circle will still fit into a traditional A2 envelope.

Supplies:

Stamps: All About Ewe
Confetti Cuts Dies: All About Ewe, Drop Cover Panel, Greetings Frame, Sun 'n Clouds, Pop Up Circle
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, Iced Aqua, Lime Green
Paper: RC Cloud White and Stone card stock; Neenah Solar White, 
Other: natural jute twine, wood veneer hearts, white felt, Copic markers, foam adhesive









For links to all of today's peeks, visit the Reverse Confetti blog.

Thanks for visiting!



Monday, March 6, 2017

Countdown To Confetti - Circle Wishes and Elemental Stripes


Circle Wishes | Oh Hello There

Welcome to Day Two of Reverse Confetti's March release countdown!

Today the team will be featuring Circle Wishes and Elemental Stripes. 



All of the new products will be available in the Reverse Confetti store
at midnight ET March 8.

Be sure to visit the Reverse Confetti blog for links to all the designers posting peeks today. Leave comments on each designer's blog for a chance to win a $15 Reverse Confetti gift certificate. Also, head over to the Reverse Confetti Facebook page for an additional giveaway. 


Circle Wishes | Oh Hello There

Circle Wishes is one of those classic, must-have sets! Six sentiment circles and three smaller circle accents, hand-lettered fonts, and a mix of both traditional and more unique sentiments -- I am certain I'll be reaching for this set again and again!

Here I've stamped and die-cut a Circle Wishes sentiment, layered that over a larger circle die-cut (from the Flowers for Mom Confetti Cuts) in the new Lead color,  then accented with some hearts in rainbow colors. The large hearts are from XOXO Hearts Confetti Cuts and the smaller ones were done with a die in the Circle Wishes Confetti Cuts.


Circle Wishes | Oh Hello There


If you like stamping borders and building fun custom backgrounds, you'll love Elemental Stripes! So many possibilities!

For today's card, I made two rainbow background panels by stamping the trio of stitched lines repeatedly, overlapping each color slightly. I trimmed down each panel and popped them up onto the card base for a little dimension. Before adhering the two stitched lines panels, I stamped the circles stripe image in the new Lead color onto the Cloud White card base, such that only half would show in order to look like a scalloped border.


Reverse Confetti Supplies (March release products are pictured below):

Stamps: Circle Wishes, Elemental Stripes
Confetti Cuts Dies: Circle Wishes, XOXO Hearts, Flowers for Mom
Ink: RC Aqua, Iced Aqua, Lime Green, Tangerine, Flamingo, and Lead
Paper: Cloud White, Lead, RC Aqua, Tangerine, Flamingo, Lime
Other: Charcoal Striped Twine

Other Supplies: yellow card stock and ink, black enamel dots, foam tape




 





For links to all the designers posting today, visit the Reverse Confetti blog.

Thanks for visiting!