Friday, May 8, 2015

Reverse Confetti May Release Day!


Happy Birthday to Reverse Confetti!!! We have been celebrating all week long and I couldn't be happier to be a part of the festivities, and not to mention having all the amazing new products in my hot little hands. Reverse Confetti just released 5 new stamp sets, 6 Confetti Cuts die sets and a brand new set of limited edition QUICK CARD PANELS.  I can't wait to see what you all do with what you purchase. You can shop all the new release products HERE!
Thanks for joining me for the May Release Blog Hop. The fun starts on the RC Blog, but you should have arrived here from Tara's Blog. 
 I don't know about you, but I am in love with this monkey. The new Monkey Business stamp set and coordinating confetti cuts are a must have! He's just too cute!



 I stamped him and colored him and then used the Monkey Business Confetti Cuts. The thin outline of the stamp shape, makes lining up the die so easy for a perfect cut every time. I do make sure to hold the die in place on  my cutting plate with a bit of washi tape. That ensures I don't have any shifting of my die once I send it through my machine.  I love the little flag he is holding. There is a die for that one, too! Awesome! 
The scripty die cut word is the Hello Confetti Cut released last month. It's awesome. I cut it three times, glued it together and topped it with some Rock Candy Distress Glitter for an extra splash of fun! The fishtail banner piece from Stitched Flag Trio anchors it all to the bottom of my card. Oh, yeah, that cute aqua chevron....that's from the Let's Celebrate Quick Card Panels. Pop a pack of those cards in your cart. You'll love them!

My next card shows off another stamp from the God is Good stamp set. I was thrilled to see some religious stamps added to the RC shop. The quotes included in this set are so versatile and just beautiful. Again, Jen nailed it with a mix of beautiful fonts. 


I cut a panel of water colored card stock with the Documented Confetti Cut and then used the new, just released Scalloped Circle to cut out a frame for my sentiment. I back the water colored panel with a melon colored heart designer paper and then accented the whole panel with a gold sun from Sun 'n Clouds. A scattering of sequins give it one last touch of pretty!

Below is another up close look at the Reverse Confetti products I used today. 











That's a wrap! I hope you enjoyed my projects and thank-you all for your kind words all week. I so appreciate the time you take to leave comments. They sure make my day. I'll send you on your way. Jean is up next! Hop on over to her Blog. 



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15 comments:

  1. Love them both! The coral hello with that cute monkey is lovely.

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  2. That little monkey looks like he is right on the edge of some fun mischief :)

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  3. That little monkey looks like he is right on the edge of some fun mischief :)

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  4. When I first saw your 'hello' sentiment, I thought "that looks like candy" and sure enough you used Rock Candy Distress Glitter! And, God Is Good is a very encouraging card.

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  5. The first card is absolutely darling!! I love the way you did the sentiment with the glitter, very cool! The second in beautiful, I love the way you recessed God is Good and the sun is perfect with it :)

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  6. Soooo SWEET! Such fun & fresh colors Lisa!

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  7. So much wonderful in both these cards! Love!

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  8. Love that your monkey is "hairy" and love that bright sun drenched colors of your second inspiring card. Talk about uplifting up to the heavens!

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  9. Beautiful cards! The monkey is adorable!

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  10. Awesome creations! Love the cute monkey and the beautiful and differents fonts.The big word die cuts are a special way of art,which I like very much!

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  11. wonderful cards. That monkey is way too cute!

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  12. Love your very beautiful cards. Thanks. Cute and happy.

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  13. What a sweet monkey. I'm in love with him!

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