Friday, July 6, 2018

Reverse Confetti July Countdown-Day 2

 It's such an exciting four days coming at you. I'm so glad you are here.  It's time for Countdown to Confetti.....the July release sneak peeks start today. All the new stamps, dies, and paper will be available for purchase on July 8! We kicked things off yesterday, if you missed it, be sure to scroll down. 



 In addition to having a chance to win just by leaving a comment on the sneak peek posts of the DT members' blogs ($25 gift certificate), we are also running a Facebook promotion (an additional $25 gift certificate).  After you are done checking out the sneak peeks, head on over to OUR FACEBOOK PAGE and look for this graphic pinned to the top of our feed.  

Please go to the RC blog for all the details.

Sooooo, todays stamps had me all full out squeal when I opened my DT package, especially the Mod Stack! It is soooo so cool and I love the texture on the stamps. The two sets we are sharing about today are called Mod Floral Stack, Pattern Builder.
First up from me is my card with the Mod Floral Stack....if I had to pick a favorite from this release it might just be this first card. I picked a rainbow of RC ink colors: Grape soda, Iced Aqua, Grass, Bumblebee, Orange Fizz, and Salsa. I stamped up the Mod Floral Stack starting with the largest image and worked my way up, ending with the small heart image from Kindness Cards


I added a strip of the awesome rainbow striped paper from the new Cue the Confetti 6x6 paper pack along the left edge of my card. I love a simple white sentiment embossed on black card stock (Midnight cs) with anything rainbow, so that's what I did here. The font on the sentiments in Mod Floral Stack is sooooo, so pretty! Here's a close up. 



My next card I wanted to show off the Mod Floral Stack Confetti Cuts. I inked three of the blooms from Mod Floral Stack in a trio of RC inks: Blueberry, Lagoon, and Olive. I layered them up and added an enamel dot over top. 


I love these colors with Stone and Sand, which are great neutrals to pull this card all together. I cut a window from the Stone card stock with the large solid circle die from Falala Circle Confetti Cuts. This circle window was the perfect excuse to show off the awesome new background die, Striped Circle Cover Confetti Cuts. It is such an awesome detailed die. I love the I stamped a sentiment from Mod Floral Stack in Lagoon ink to the bottom right of the cut out window. 


I loved these colors so much from the last card, I decided to use them again on my last card for today with the new stamp set Pattern Builder. I masked off the bottom half of a 4.25 x 5.5 Premium Polar White card stock on the diagonal and got busy building my floral pattern with the textured images in the set. 

I then added the bottom half of the Way Stripes Confetti Cut in Sand card stock on the bottom right side of the card. I stamped a sentiment from Mod Floral Stack in Lagoon ink. That scripty font just makes me smile. 





If you are visual person....here's a graphic with all the release info. 



 Comments will close at noon CST on July 7th and the winner will be announced at 5pm on July 7th on the RC blog and FB page.

SO excited to show you more tomorrow, so come back! 
Thanks for stopping by today!
Hugs, Lisa 

























11 comments:

  1. Lisa, awesome projects! I especially LOVE the 2nd one!

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  2. All of your cards are gorgeous, but I love
    the last card the best. Love that design, the
    angle, the colors, the dies - everything!

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  3. Awesome cards with the new products. Totally different products than typical releases.

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  4. I especially love the first one---all of the gorgeous ink colors!!!

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  5. All three of your cards were awesome treats!!!

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  6. Your cards are so unique in design and just wonderful! Such a creative way to use the new stamps and dies! :)

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  7. The colors on all of your cards is so soothing!

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