Wednesday, July 8, 2020

Reverse Confetti July Release

it's here, it's here....the July Release from Reverse Confetti is LIVE! I have had so much fun creating with these new products. I truly love them all and know this release will not leave my desk for some time. It's just THAT good. 



Today for our New Release Blog Hop, I combined the Stained Glass Butterflies stamps set and the awesome new Cloudy Days Cover Panel. It's my favorite. I colored up the butterfly with copics and then used the Stained Glass Butteflies Confetti Cuts to cut it out and popped it up with foam dimensionals. 



I backed the Cloudy Days Cover Panel with some Bumble Bee Card Stock. I stamped the sentiment from Stained Glass Butterfly in Midnight ink. I am using this card as a graduation card for my sons girlfriend. I framed up the card front with a double layer of All Framed Up Confetti Cuts


Join me and checking out all the amazing bloggers joining RC for this release. 










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Color Throwdown 601/ To Brighten Your Day



Hello everyone! Amy Rysavy is our host for week's Color Throwdown challenge! 
The colors for this week are to use Orange, Burgundy, Green and Pink. Remember we just use generic colors (so any brand/type/whatever you have will work) and you can always feel free to add in neutrals (white/black/etc) to make your creation pop!

If you upload your creation to a public gallery, please use the keyword CTD601, and please use #CTD601 and #colorthrowdown on social media so we can find your gorgeous creations!  When linking up your creation using the linky tool below, please be sure to link your specific post, not a general link to your blog.  All of the "rules" are in the right sidebar, and you can always check there to be sure!


It is an exciting day! It is the Reverse Confetti July Release day. I was excited to get to use a handful of new products on my card for this week's challenge. I loved the earthy feel of the color combo, so the Multi-step Cacti stamp set was perfect. I inked up all the bits and used the Mulit-Step Cacti Confetti cuts to cut them out.  I added some texture to the background with the Pointed Cover Panel and added a touch of water color to with some distress oxide ink. 


The sentiment is from the new Best Sentiments. I love the mix of fonts and sizes. it makes it so modern. I also LOVE the new Background Builder. I used the solid stripe in Rust and Wine to add a bold border along the bottom of my main image panel. 





Here is closer look at the new products I used today that will be releasing today!







Tuesday, July 7, 2020

Reverse Confetti/ July Countdown Day 3

It's been a great couple of days. It is the final day of our Countdown to Confetti and we are so excited for the New Release TOMORROW.  If you have missed any of the sneak peeks for the Reverse Confetti July Release, scroll on back to see what we shared. It's going to knock your socks off. There is so much to love.
You also have a chance to win a Gift Certificate from Reverse Confetti. 
In addition to having a chance to win just by leaving a comment on the sneak peek posts, we are also running a Facebook promotion.  After you are done checking out the sneak peeks, head on over to OUR FACEBOOK PAGE and look for the graphic pinned to the top of our feed…

There are many things that Reverse Confetti does great, and florals and butterflies are two of them. This set, Stained Glass Butterflies has some great greenery and floral images,along with two gorgeous buttefly images (which I did not use today).  I used these other images from the Stained Glass Butterflies set  to help frame up  my sentiment. I stamped a handful of the leaves and flowers 


I used copics to color up the images and then cut each of them out with the Stained Glass Butterflies Confetti Cuts. Check out the background. You know I couldn't resist using one of the new cover panels as a stencil. This one is called Cross Tile Cover Panel and I blended on Salty Ocean and Squeezed Lemonade distress oxide inks to make my cool background. I stamped the Best Sentiments in Midnight ink. The card panel was framed up with  a premium polar white All Framed Up Confetti Cuts

Tomorrow is release day! hop on back here for our new release inspiration blog hop. BUT....before you go, check out what the team has for you today. 

Reverse Confetti Blog











Monday, July 6, 2020

Reverse Confetti/ July Countdown Day 2

Hooray! It's Day 2 of the amazing sneak peeks for the Reverse Confetti July Release. It's going to knock your socks off. There is so much to share. If you missed the kick off yesterday, be sure to scroll on down to check it out. 

You have a chance to win a Gift Certificate from Reverse Confetti. 


In addition to having a chance to win just by leaving a comment on the sneak peek posts, we are also running a Facebook promotion.  After you are done checking out the sneak peeks, head on over to OUR FACEBOOK PAGE and look for the graphic pinned to the top of our feed…

Today we have two of my favorites are on tap. Rain or Shine and Snail Mail. You are going to love them both. I don't even know which one to share first. They are both so, so good! 

So let's go with my Slimline card, first. They are all the the rage lately. I am loving all the inspiration on IG and in the Slimline FB group I recently joined. I stamped out the rainbow, clouds, sun, the kitty duo and some raindrops, all from Rain or Shine and used my Copics to color them up.I then grabbed the Rain or Shine Confetti Cuts to cut out each of the images. 


I then got busy adding some ink blending to create my background for the images on my card. I then reached for the Background  Builder and added some Sand dots along the ground of my card base. I used my copics to add some tufts of grass and then added in the sweet little kitty duo and sun. The sentiment was stamped in Midnight ink towards the center of my slimline card base. 



I tucked in the raindrops, rainbow and clouds towards the top of the panel. I added in some touches of chunky glitter for some added texture. 


I love the new Three Tags Confetti Cuts and I added in another sentiment from Rain or Shine and the rainbow heart image. It was an easy way to package up some yummy sweet treats. 


The more I look at this card, the more I love it. Those new Cloudy Days Cover Panel clouds just make my heart happy. I swear I could have used them on most of my cards this release. lol. They were the perfect backdrop for my Snail Mail scene. 



I colored up the mail box and mushrooms and one of the sweet snails with my copic markers. I then cut out each image with the coordinating Snail Mail Confetti cuts. I added some Grass green ink with the Background Builder stamp set and then tied on some hemp twine. 



I used the Snail Mail Confetti Cuts to cut out a Salsa teeny heart for my mailbox and then added the Snail Mail sentiment to the top of my card  in Midnight ink. You will see that there is an array of images that work great to add some fun details to a coordinating envelope. So many cool things to do with this set. 


Here is the hop list for today. 














Sunday, July 5, 2020

Reverse Confetti/ Countdown to Confetti Day 1

Hooray! It is July 5th and that means we get to start sharing the amazing sneak peeks for the Reverse Confetti July Release. It's going to knock your socks off. There is so much to share. 
You have a chance to win a Gift Certificate from Reverse Confetti. 

In addition to having a chance to win just by leaving a comment on the sneak peek posts, we are also running a Facebook promotion.  After you are done checking out the sneak peeks, head on over to OUR FACEBOOK PAGE and look for the graphic pinned to the top of our feed…

Okay. are you ready? Let's get to the really good stuff. Like, THIS new succulent stamp set is Ah-Mazing! It's called Multi Step Cacti. It is so easy to work with and the options to build different cacti are great, you can add texture or not and florals and two different pots. Don't forget to pick up the coordinating Multi Step Cacti Confetti Cuts to make building your cacti quick and effortless. For my card today I pulled out an assortment of RC green inks (grass, parakeet, lime green, and avocado) and a few copics to color up the pots. 

I used a handful of other new products releasing on the 8th, The tag is from the new Three Tags Confetti Cuts. It's awesome and I am a sucker for any tag dies. That dreamy background is so cool and adds amazing texture. It's called Pointed Cover Panel Confetti Cuts. I just blended on some Parakeet ink lightly before I added my cacti. 
Check out the sentiment on the tag. That's new too....it's called This Says it All. Oh and those sweet little dots on the Stone strip in black, are from the Background Builder stamp set. My next card shows this off a bit more. 



I had so much fun creating this next card. It is just fun to stamp patterns with different shapes and combine different colors. I went with Iced Aqua, Mist, and Stone inks to make this playful background with the Background Builder stamp set.


I wanted to keep these images front and center so my sentiment I kept simple with the middle sized Three Tag Confetti Cut and one of the awesome greetings from This Says it All. This time I didn't color in the letters, I just stamped it in Iced Aqua ink. I added in a strip of Sweet Stripes paper, tied on some twine and scattered some pretty sequins. It would be fun and easy to recreate this card in many different color combos. Which colors would you choose? 


That's it from me today. Let's check out what the rest of the team has for us. Don't forget to leave some love along the way for a chance to win a gift certificate. 


Here is closer look at the new products I used today that will be releasing of the 8th!