Thank you for stopping by today and joining me for the Countdown to Confetti Day 2 by Reverse Confetti. We have lots to show you and there is also a GIVEAWAY so please read through the end of this post to find out how you can WIN!
Brace yourselves because we have A LOT to show you! For today’s reveal, we are showcasing the A Beautiful Day Stamp Set, A Beautiful Day Coordinating Confetti Cuts, along with the Roses Stamp Set, Roses Coordinating Confetti Cuts, Wildflowers Stamp Set and Wildflowers Coordinating Confetti Cuts.
For my first project, I also used the beautiful Folklore Cover Panel.
Simplicity is the key component for this first project. The background was die-cut using the Folklore Cover Panel Confetti Cuts and adhered on a top-folding notecard.
The images from the A Beautiful Day Stamp Set were stamped on some Bristol Smooth White card stock with Versamark ink, and heat-set with heating tool. I used some distress oxide inks to blend the colors on each butterfly, then used the A Beautiful Day Coordinating Confetti Cuts to die-cut the images.
I foam-mounted the die-cut images on the card panel for added dimension and finished the design by adhering the sentiment that was heat-embossed on some black card stock.
I die-cut the background panel using the Roses Confetti Cuts with some pattern paper. I adhered this panel with liquid glue on some top-folding notecard. I watered down some white paint and used the brush to splatter some on the background panel for added interest.
The images from the Roses Stamp Set were stamped on some X-Press It Blending Card and colored with alcohol markers. I used the coordinating die to cut it out and adhered on the card front with foam adhesive for added dimension. I finished the design by adding the sentiment strip. Here’s another look:
I die-cut the some Neenah solar white card stock using the Outlined Framed Cover Panel and adhered this on some blue top-folding notecard.
Next, I stamped the images from the Wildflowers Stamp Set on some X-Press it Blending card and colored the images in with alcohol markers. I used the Wildflowers Coordinating Die to die-cut the image and adhered on the card with liquid glue.
I finished the card design by stamping the sentiment and used some white gel pen to draw dots to the images for added texture. Here’s another look:
I can’t wait to hop around and see what the other team members designed! Leave a comment by noon central on May 7th for a chance to win. There will be a $25 Gift Certificate for one blog commenter and also one FaceBook commenter. Make sure you pop over to the Reverse Confetti Blog for all the details!