It’s finally here –> the Reverse Confetti’s May Release Blog Hop and the whole gang is here to show you all the amazing projects we’ve put together to encourage you to shop! Remember, all of the products are available today!
For my projects today, I am showcasing the Big Confetti Tag, Birthday Buddies Stamp Set and Coordinating Dies with the Birthday Banter Stamp Set, along with the Circle Gift Card Holder Confetti Cuts and Layered Friend Confetti Cuts and Large Rainbow Circle Confetti Cuts.
The first project is a gift tag that I made for a friend, showcasing the Big Confetti Tag. I used the Big Confetti Tag to die-cut some cute pattern paper and some 110 lb. Neenah card stock for stability.
I adhered the pattern paper on the card stock and added acetate sheet and foam-adhesive to create my shaker well. I die-cut the layered bits using the same Big Confetti Tag on different colors of card stock with some star confetti as my shaker elements. I adhered them together to close the shaker
I added the sentiment from the Birthday Banter Stamp Set and finished the design by adding the ribbon and baker’s twine.
For my next project, I decided to create and clean and simple card. I wanted to showcase the beautiful Large Rainbow Circle that I adhered on the Circle Gift Card Holder. The Rainbow Die-Cut perfectly covers the middle of the Circle Gift Card Holder that I adhered on a top-folding white card base.
The Large Rainbow Circle was used to die-cut some Neenah solar white card stock, and colored using alcohol markers. I adhered the pieces together using some wide packing tape and adhered on the card front.
Next, I die-cut the word “friend” using the Layered Friend Confetti Cuts and also added the sentiment “you are so loved”. I adhered both pieces with some liquid glue to finish the design. Here’s another look:
I hope you got inspired and like my projects this week! Hop along with us and see all the amazing projects prepared by the entire team with our special guest designers! Thanks for stopping by and have an amazing day!
Maria Russell (you are here)