Monday, August 13, 2018

Reverse Confetti-Happy Birthday Jen!

 Surprise!! It's Jen's birthday and we are surprising her with a birthday blog hop to celebrate her big day! So, please join us for some birthday inspiration from the Reverse Confetti crew and be sure to stop by the RC Blog to send Jen your own birthday wishes!



I used the yummy cake image from Hey Sugar stamp set and then stamped out a row of them. I used my Copic markers to color them up and then added a touch of sparkle to each of the cake layers and candle. I used the Hey Sugar Confetti Cuts to cut out the candle. I stamped the sentiment from Birthday Wishes in Midnight ink




I framed up the birthday cakes and sentiment in the largest Scalloped Squares Confetti Cuts. I love the Premium Polar White card stock. It's so crisp and clean and it was the perfect way to say "Happy Birthday!" I hope you have a fabulous day Jen! 


Here is the Hop List
Join us for the celebration!

Amy Kolling

Melissa Phillips

Amy Sheffer

Tricia Barber 

Kelly Lunceford

Lisa Henke

Amy Rohl

Heather Hoffman












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Wednesday, August 8, 2018

Reverse Confetti August Creative Hop

Happy Wednesday! It's the 8th and that means the Reverse Confetti Crew is getting creative. We are so excited to share our August Creative Hop showcasing some of the gorgeous pattern paper 6x6 packs Reverse Confetti has. I love them all. 



I used two different patterns from two different paper packs and the Tall Triangles Confetti Cuts to create some fun mountains for my adventure scene.  The green pattern is from Cue The Confetti and the yellow pattern is from Paper Bliss. I used some distress ink to make the blue sky background and then adhered the paper mountains. I added a few clouds cut from Cloud White card stock and the Honey Bear Confetti Cuts.





Here is a look at the completed card. I water colored the images from Greatest Adventure. I added a few of the whimsical trees, too. I used the matching Greatest Adventure Confetti Cuts to cut them out quickly. 


I cut a hill with some Lime Green card stock and the Edgers Confetti Cuts. I love making hills with this die. I stamped the sentiment along the bottom in Midnight ink


RC has some of the best treat packaging. Today I decided to add some trail mix to one of the Frosted Pillow Boxes. I wrapped it with the same papers I used for the mountains. I added a tag from Tag Duo in Sand card stock. I stamped a sentiment from With Love.



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Reverse Confetti blog

Amy Kolling

Ali Farmer

Melissa Phillips

Amy Sheffer

Tricia Barber 

Kelly Lunceford

Lisa Henke

Amy Rohl

Laurie Schmidlin

Heather Hoffman

Amy Tsuruta

Kathy Schweinfurth

Audrey Tokach

Deanne Kuntz

Jeanne Jachna

Olga Moss

Eloise Blue

Thanks so much for stopping by today. I hope you are inspired to pull out some pattern paper and get creative!


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Color Throwdown 505-Smile



Welcome to this week's Color Throwdown Challenge. This week's colors are Grey, Teal and Pink! Feel free to use any variation of these colors.

 We can't wait to see what you create with the color combination and invite you to use keyword CTD505 in public galleries and #ctd505 and #colorthrowdown on social media. Complete challenge guidelines can be found in the sidebar on the CTD Blog.

Hello, Hello! It's time to smile with this cutie pie little bunny from Lil Inker Designs. I had a few to choose from in my LID stash and I decided on this one, it's from the stamp set.



I kept this card very clean and simple. I cut the image panel with the Stitched mats- Rounded Rectangles die and then used the uber cool Spiffy Spots stamp set to create a simple background to ground my image. I stamped the sentiment from the same set in grey ink and then tied on a simple bow with some bakers twine. I mounted the finished panel with some foam tape. 



Are you ready for some color inspiration from the team? Check out their beauties below and enjoy.


 Now let's see what you can do with these colors!
Thanks for stopping by today! make it a great day. 


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Sunday, August 5, 2018

Teachers, Back to School, Inspired By

I saw this week's Inspired by-Back to School Challenge and I knew I had to play. I went searching through my stash for just the right stamps and the beautiful apples by Lil' Inker Designs from the Teacher Talk stamp set jumped out at me. I used the Apple Pieces dies to cut out the apple and it's bits.  I added it to the top of the Perfect Palette Die. I was inspired by those round buttons up for grabs as a prize for the challenge and loved the graphic feel of these. The cut outs show off the awesome rainbow striped paper. 

I cut out three of the Teacher Talk Word dies and adhered them together for great dimension.I finished off the sentiment on black card stock and some white embossing powder. The words are from the Teacher Talk stamp set. 


Here is the challenge graphic.
Go check it out. 

Thanks for stopping by today. 
See you back soon.


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Wednesday, August 1, 2018

Color Throwdown 504- Party

Hi, friends, and welcome to this week's Color Throwdown Challenge. Amy is this week's host, kicking off a new month of challenges. We're starting off the month with a very neutral palette - black, copper and white. If you're short on copper, you can substitute rust, I did.

We can't wait to see what you create with the color combination and invite you to use keyword CTD504 in public galleries and #ctd504 and #colorthrowdown on social media. Complete challenge guidelines can be found in the sidebar.


I needed a boys birthday card for today, so I pulled out one of my go-to Reverse Confetti sets, No Tomorrow. Those dinos just make me happy. I colored the one dino with my copics, sticking to grey tones, to follow the challenge colors. I then used Rust card stock and Rust ink to stamp the leaf and grass images and cut them all out with the No Tomorrow Confetti Cuts


I mounted them all onto a Midnight card stock cut with the Wonky Stripes Panel Confetti Cut. I finished the card with a party hat from Monkey Business and sentiment from No Tomorrow


Are you ready for some color inspiration from the team? Check out their beauties below and enjoy.


 Now let's see what you can do with these colors!














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