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Reverse Confetti New Release Blog Hop!

I am excited to be Guest Designing for this new September release by Reverse Confetti on their Release Blog Hop today! I just love their style and the new Pick of the Patch is no exception and I have 2 cards using it for you today!

For my first card I used these new release products:

I began my slimline with an 8 1/2 x 3 1/2 card base which fits nicely into your standard size envelopes.

For my background, I first created my partial striped panel on my cameo silhouette and stamped the sentiment in the center and the trees along the side. The open sentiments in the Seasonal Say It All stamp set is awesome and the trees are part of the Peace Tree set which is free with your $60 purchase! I then inked a piece of Bristol Smooth with evergreen bough & speckled egg and glued behind the open stripes.

Next, I stamped all the images from the Pick of the Patch stamp set, colored them with copic markers and used the coordinating dies to cut them out. I adhered them to the card either with glue or foam tape to give dimension across the card and finished with a few green domes!

For my second card, I went with a fun fall day with lots of movement with the leaves, pumpkins and adorable critters!

I love that I was able to create this full card using just the one stamp set, Pick of the Patch!

I also began this card with an 8 1/2 x 3 1/2 card base.

For my background, I again went to my cameo silhouette and created the circles on my front panel. I inked the circle sections on my Bristol Smooth piece with evergreen bough & iced spruce and using a paintbrush splattered the same colors on the panel. I then stamped the sentiments in navy and pink to match my colors. I adhered over the panel with foam tape for a bit of a pop!

Next, I stamped my images from the Pick of the Patch stamp set onto watercolor paper, colored them with my Zig clean color markers and used the coordinating dies to cut them out. I added them to the card with foam tape and glued a few tucked in behind. To finish, I added some blue domes!

I hope you are inspired by my creations today and that you are ready to continue on your blog hop for more amazing inspiration from the September release!

Thank you for stopping by,

Candice

Full Blog Hop below:

Reverse Confetti Blog

Amy Kolling

Candice Fisher *HERE

Tricia Barber

Lisa Henke

Janette Kausen

Mindy Eggen

Amy Tsuruta

Libby Hickson

Megan Quinn

Kathy Schweinfurth

Kelly Lunceford

Olga Moss

Jeanne Jachna

Susan Wymer

Deanne Kuntz

Mayra Duran-Hernandez

Caly Person

Olga Matyushevskaya 

TaeEun Yoo

Ali Farmer

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Stock UR Stash-Wedding

For the month of August Reverse Confetti stock ur stash challenge is all about Weddings!

I always love to create elegant wedding cards and this one came together with just dies and heat embossing!

I used some great Reverse Confetti products for my card:

For the background, I first die cut a stitched panel and adhered to the center of the card. I then die cut 2 scalloped frames and overlapped them and used foam tape to pop them up in the center of the stitched panel.

Next, I heat embossed the butterflies, flowers and leaves on vellum in gold and used the coordinating dies to cut them out. I then adhered them around the frames either gluing or with foam tape behind the solid areas.

To finish the card, I heat embossed the sentiment on the tag and strung some gold floss. I added a few gold sequins and nuvo drops to tie it all together!

Now it is your turn to play along in the stock ur stash challenge with a project for a wedding to win!

Thank you so much!

Candice

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Reverse Confetti August Mini Blog Hop

Hello my crafty friends! I am so happy you are hopping along with us today as we share our inspirations using the new You Matter stamp and die set! It such a great set!

To create my panel, I first inked a piece of Bristol Smooth cardstock with squeezed lemonade, carved pumpkin and candied apple to give a nice pop of color and then used the stitched circle from the die set to cut two frames out.

Next, I stamped the two set of hands onto watercolor paper, colored them with Zig clean color markers and then trimmed to fit behind the circles. I then stamped the sentiments into the center of the hands using versafine black ink. To put the card together, I used foam tape to adhered the images behind the circles and to add to the front of the card.

To finish the card, I die cut the LOVE and replaced the O with an rainbow colored heart and added with foam tape in the center of the circles. I tied it all together with a few nuvo drops!

Some more great news, the annual summer sale is kicking off today and you can get 20% off your order (excludes the new You Matter sets) until August 14th, remember to add the code: RCSUMMER to get your discount before checking out!

Now it’s time to head over to Kelly Lunceford and see her amazing inspiration!

Thank you for stopping by today and you can get the full blog list here!

Reverse Confetti Blog

Amy Kolling

Janette Kausen

Tricia Barber

Lisa Henke

Susan Wymer

Kara Pogreba

Libby Hickson

Kathy Schweinfurth

Brenda Noelke

Jeanne Jachna

Jessica Frost-Ballas

Candice Fisher

Kelly Lunceford

Deanne Kuntz

Adelle Emery

Amy Tsuruta

Candice

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You Matter!

Reverse Confetti is having a mini release available tomorrow, August 8th, and today I have a sneak peek card and coordinating tag using the You Matter stamp and die set to share with you!

I began my card with an 8 1/2 x 3 1/2 card base that fits perfectly into your standard size envelopes.

For my background, I first stamped the Love Wins in the center of my card. I then used my misti to line up the 2 hearts and love stamps in a row and repeatedly stamped them onto copic friendly cardstock. I began stamping in the middle to have it lined up and centered and then colored in the hearts that weren’t going to be covered.

Next, I stamped extra hearts, colored them with copics and used the coordinating dies to cut them out. I then stamped the hands and used the circle die and center of the hands die to cut out and using foam tape adhered over the love wins.

To finish the card, I simply added some black enamel dots!

For my tags, I found that the new Three Tags are the perfect size to fit the hearts and love sentiment on and die cut them from copic friendly paper. I then stamped the Love on the smaller tag and the hearts with the equal sign on the larger one. I colored them with copic markers and used a rainbow variety of twine to tie the two together!

I hope you will join us on our Blog Hop tomorrow showcasing this new stamp set, You Matter, with lots of inspiration! I will look forward to you stopping by!

Thanks so much!

Candice

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Have a Stellar Birthday!

The minute I saw these adorable moon men I knew I had to create a fun galaxy all around them! I did this whole card with just the one stamp set (and a die for the banner), woo-hoo for stretching my supplies!

I just love when a stamp set has all you need to create a scene and I did with the Moon Men stamp set by Reverse Confetti!

For the background, I first inked a piece of Bristol Smooth with squeezed lemonade, mustard seed, worn lipstick, seedless preserves, mermaid lagoon and black soot. I then stamped the constellation and clusters of stars with gold ink and after that was dry, I splattered with a damp paint brush in gold, white and black and then using a toothbrush and white paint I flicked on the small speckles.

While I let that dry, I stamped the images from the Moon Men set on watercolor paper, colored with Zig Clean Color markers and fussy cut out, but you can get the coordinating dies to make your life easier!

Next, I created the planet base with a stitched hill and inked with vintage photo, brushed corduroy and antique linen and adhered to the bottom with foam tape.

To put the card together, I stamped the sentiment along the bottom and heat embossed the other sentiment in white on a banner. I adhered the images either with glue or foam tape adding dimension to the card and all done!

A fun and out of this world birthday card! You can visit Reverse Confetti for lots of cute and adorable stamp sets like this one!

Thank you for visiting with me today!

Candice

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Oh Baby-Stock UR Stash Challenge!

You can come join us in the Reverse Confetti Stock UR Stash Challenge with the theme Oh Baby! I have some inspiration for you today!

I used these adorable Reverse Confetti products for my card:

For my simple background, I heat embossed three of the striped circles in light yellow and the special delivery sentiment in green near the bottom.

Then I die cut the scalloped frame and inked with cracked pistachio and trimmed a piece of Bristol Smooth to fit behind it. I then stamped the second sentiment in the top right corner and inked from the bottom up in scattered straw. To finish the background, I ran it through with the stitched panel for a nice texture.

Next, I stamped the giraffes and birds, colored them with Zig Clean Color markers, and fussy cut them out, but you can always get the coordinating dies to make your life easier!

To put the card together, I adhered the frame and images with foam tape. I left it without any bling, which is hard for me, but it keeps the card clean and soft!

Thank you so much for visiting and remember to join in for your chance to win $20 to stock UR stash with more Reverse Confetti products!

Candice

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Reverse Confetti July New Release Blog Hop

Welcome! I am happy to have you hopping along with us at Reverse Confetti as we share more inspiration with you using the new release available today at 7pm! You should have come from Jessica Frost-Ballas along the hop or you can start with me!

I went with a bright and happy card for you today using lots of the new Reverse Confetti products:

I began with an 8 1/2 x 3 1/2 card base which fits perfectly into your standard size envelopes.

For the background, I first die inked the top a piece of Bistrol Smooth trimmed to fit on the front of my card with mustard seed & squeezed lemonade. I then cut the cross tiles panel to create a stencil and used the mustard seed to add the pattern over the inked yellow going a little darker for it to show slightly. I then stamped the fence from the Background Builder set in versafine black ink.

Next, I stamped the kitties, rainbow & clouds, mailbox and flowers, colored them with copic markers, and used the coordinating dies listed above to cut them out.

To put the card together, I die cut the small tag and inked the same way as the background and stamped the hello and added a strip of ribbon. I lined it up and stamped the happy mail above before adhering the tag with foam tape. I layered the flowers and mail box in the white grass popping up the one with the sentiment. I tucked the kitties behind the top grass and glued the rainbow down and used foam tape on the clouds.

For a little sparkle, I added a few sequins.

Here is the list of the Blog Hop, you should go to Susan Wymer next! I hope you are inspired to create with this adorably fabulous release!

Reverse Confetti Blog

Carly Tee Minner

Amy Kolling

Caly Person

Tricia Barber

Crystal Thompson

Lisa Henke

Channin Pelletier

Kara Pogreba

Kelly Lunceford

Ali Farmer

Kay Miller

Kathy Schweinfurth

Jeff Lindberg

Brenda Noelke

Janette Kausen

Jeanne Jachna

Jessica Frost-Ballas

Candice Fisher (you are here)

Susan Wymer

Deanne Kuntz

Adelle Emery

Amy Tsuruta

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Reverse Confetti Sneak Peeks Day 3

It’s the final day of Reverse Confetti’s July release and tomorrow we have our Blog hop with even more incredible inspiration using the new release! Today, I am sharing as Guest Designer the new Stained Glass Butterflies along with the new Background Builder and This Says It All stamp sets with you!

I used these Reverse Confetti products to create my card:

I began my card with an 8 1/2 x 3 1/2 card base that fits perfectly into your standard size envelopes.

For my background, I first trimmed a piece of Bristol Smooth cardstock a little smaller than my card front on the top and bottom, heat embossed the dots along the bottom in white and then inked with abandoned coral, wild honey & squeezed lemonade oxide inks. I adhered this to a piece of thick black cardstock.

I then created my word background by die cutting the circles from my cameo silhouette and using the edge essential dies to create the dots along the bottom before I stamped my repeated sentiments in versafine. I added this frame above the heat embossed dots with foam tape.

Next, I heat embossed the butterflies in clear over versafine on watercolor paper, colored them with Zig Clean Color markers, and used the coordinating dies to cut them out.

To finish the card, I layered multiple die cuts of the XOXO and added a few black enamel dots and some white nuvo drops to the butterflies wings.

That concludes our sneak peeks but you still have the fabulous new release Blog Hop starting tomorrow with even more inspiration! Make sure to join us!

Remember, you have until noon CST today, July 7 to leave a comment on the Blog and Facebook for your chance to win $15 to the store! The winner will be announced today at 5pm CST so stay tuned to the Reverse Confetti blog and Facebook Page!

You can visit all of the designer’s on their blogs for today’s inspiration!

Reverse Confetti Blog

Amy Kolling

Tricia Barber

Lisa Henke

Kara Pogreba

Ali Farmer

Kathy Schweinfurth

Brenda Noelke

Jeanne Jachna

Candice Fisher

Deanne Kuntz

Adelle Emery

Amy Tsuruta

Thank you,

Candice

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Reverse Confetti Sneak Peeks Day 2

It’s Day 2 of the sneak peeks for Reverse Confetti’s July release and I have 2 cards for you as Guest Designer today highlighting Rain or Shine and Snail Mail stamp sets just full of cute critters and accessories!

First up is the Rain or Shine, I mean, could they be any cuter?!

To create my scene, I used these Reverse Confetti products:

I began my card with an 8 1/2 x 3 1/2 card base that fits nicely into your standard size envelopes.

For my background, I first inked a piece of Bristol Smooth cardstock with dusty concord, worn lipstick & spun sugar oxide inks and splattered with these same colors watered down along with some gold and white shimmer spray. After it was dry, I cut the top of the piece with the cloudy day panel and a few more from leftover pieces of Bristol Smooth cardstock.

Next, I stamped my bunnies, rainbow and sun, colored them with copic markers and used the coordinating dies to cut them out.

I then used my cameo silhouette to cut out some vellum clouds and on white and stamped my sentiments, layering them along the bottom with foam tape. To put the rest of the card together, I adhered the bunnies onto 2 clouds from the cloudy day panel that are upside down and added more clouds throughout the top either with glue or foam tape. The rainbow I tucked behind two of the clouds with foam tape.

I finished with heat embossing the sun with WOW sandcastle and sprinkled some sequins around for a bit of shine.

For my next card, I used my favorite set from the release, Snail Mail!

I used these Reverse Confetti products for this slimline design:

I also began this card with an 8 1/2 x 3 1/2 card base.

For the background, I first die cut the scalloped frame from my cameo silhouette and inked it along with the front of my card with iced spruce, evergreen bough & speckled egg, both from Bristol Smooth cardstock.

Next, I stamped the snails, mailbox, mushrooms, flowers and clouds, colored them with copic markers and used the coordinating dies listed above to cut them out.

To put my scene together, I adhered the frame with foam tape and either glued or popped up the images along the bottom. I then stamped my sentiments using versafine and finished with a few blue domes.

Don’t forget that you have your chance to win a $15 gift certificate to the store by commenting on the blog and on Facebook! Please leave some love for all the amazing creations from the designers on their blogs!

Reverse Confetti Blog

Amy Kolling

Tricia Barber

Lisa Henke

Kara Pogreba

Ali Farmer

Kathy Schweinfurth

Brenda Noelke

Jeanne Jachna

Candice Fisher

Deanne Kuntz

Adelle Emery

Amy Tsuruta

Thank you for visiting and we will see you tomorrow for our final day of sneak peeks!

Candice

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Reverse Confetti Sneak Peek Day 1

Are you ready for Day 1 of Reverse Confetti’s July release?! I know I am ready to share what I have made a a Guest Designer using the amazing products in this fabulous release! Today, I am starting you off with the Multi-step Cacti stamp set paired with the Background Builder and Best Sentiments stamps, all part of this release!

I used these Reverse Confetti products to create my framed card:

I began my card with an 8 1/2 x 3 1/2 card base which fits perfectly into your standard size envelopes.

To create my frames, I first die cut 1 panel from the pointed cover and 3 scalloped frames from Bristol Smooth cardstock. I then cut the frames to how I wanted to fit them on the card and trimmed the stitched backgrounds to fit behind the frames. I inked the stitched backgrounds with abandoned coral and tattered rose and the frames in cracked pistachio.

I adhered the frames with foam tape over the stitched backgrounds and laid them out how I wanted to place them down. This allowed me to stamp my sentiment and the circles before adhering the frames with glue.

Next, I stamped the cacti, pots, flowers and birds in versafine on watercolor paper, colored them with Zig Clean Color markers, and used the coordinating dies listed above to cut them out. I added them with foam tape to give a great dimension with the frames.

The Zig colors I used: pale green, pink flamingo, light brown & pale orange

Now for the good news on top of the sneak peeks, you have a chance to win a $15 gift certificate to the store, 1 on the blog and 1 on Facebook, just leave a comment for your chance! While you are checking things out, you can visit all of the designer’s for this release and their fabulous inspiration!

Reverse Confetti Blog

Amy Kolling

Tricia Barber

Lisa Henke

Kara Pogreba

Ali Farmer

Kathy Schweinfurth

Brenda Noelke

Jeanne Jachna

Candice Fisher

Deanne Kuntz

Adelle Emery

Amy Tsuruta

Check back tomorrow for Day 2 sneak peeks!

Candice