Make sure you start on the Reverse Confetti Blog so you get to see all the release details, Jen's amazing projects AND the line up from the Confetti Crew.
You'll also want to make sure to leave comments on the DT blogs AND the RC Facebook page for a chance to win one of two prizes...free shopping from RC! Woohoo!Today we are kicking off the cuteness with two stamp set and with coordinating Confetti Cuts, Happy Harvest and Blooms 'n Buds.
I have always loved acorn images for all things to do with fall. I was so excited to see the Happy Harvest set in this release. I used some yellow ink and stamped the base and then a chocolate brown ink to do the top. Yep, the top and bottom are separate images making customizing your image so easy. I used the Happy Harvest Confetti Cuts to cut out each image.
I then cut a piece of Cloud White card stock and stenciled some dots with the new Lotsa Dots Stencil. I used the new RC Tangerine Premium Dye ink and a sponge dauber to make my dots. I also blended in some Natural ink from my stash to add a bit of brown tones in the background, too. I then got busy and cut a few leaves with the gorgeous new Wheat Confetti Cut. The outlines were cut from Iced Aqua card stock and the solid image was cut with Tangerine card stock. I tucked them behind my acorn. I framed it all up with an awesome Lacey Scallop Frame Confetti Cut. I tied on some Cappuccino Solid Twine to add a touch of pretty.
This time I used the largest Lacey Scallop Frame Confetti Cut for my image panel as a full piece. (to create the frames in my previous samples, you simply use the smaller size die with the larger die. You can run them through your die cut machine together or run it through 2 different times.) I masked off the edges so I could sponge on Lotsa Dots Stencil with Iced Aqua Premium Dye ink. I love the soft, pretty effect. The inks look so great on the Cloud White card stock.
Check out that beautiful word die. It's the Grateful Thankful Blessed Confetti Cut. I cut out three layers of it, the top one was from a fun pattern from the Fright Night 6x6 paper pad. Here is a close up.
The final detail to share is the darling flower. It's from the amazing new floral set called Blooms 'n Buds. It is such a great set and I can't wait to play around with it more. I used the Iced Aqua Premium Dye ink for the flower's center and the stem was stamped with the Lime Green Premium Dye ink. I used the Bloom's 'n Buds Confetti Cuts to cut out each of the flower pieces.
Here is a closer look at all the new products I used on today's projects.
Thanks for stopping by today. We have one more day of count down posts and then it's Release Day! I hope you come by to see what else we have in store for you.