Hello! It's the 8th of the month, which means it's Reverse Confetti blog hop time *AND all the goodies we've been showcasing for the past few days are now available! Woohoo! :) To create my card, I started by first die cutting a piece of white cardstock ...

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  1. RC Blog Hop - Let the Good Times Roll
  2. RC Sneak Peek Day 3 - Hello Beautiful
  3. RC Sneak Peek Day 2 - Sky's the Limit
  4. Countdown to Confetti - Birthday Bash Kick-Off!
  5. May SFYTT - Dream
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RC Blog Hop - Let the Good Times Roll


Hello! It's the 8th of the month, which means it's Reverse Confetti blog hop time *AND* all the goodies we've been showcasing for the past few days are now available! Woohoo! :) 

To create my card, I started by first die cutting a piece of white cardstock using the Sunburst Cover Panel Confetti Cuts and adhering it to a white card base.  I then went back and die cut the insert pieces using a variety of RC colors:  flamingo, piggy bank, tangerine, buttercup, lime green, RC aqua, iced aqua, baby blue, navy and grape soda.  


Next, I die cut a piece of white CS using the Flowers for Mom Confetti Cuts and stamped it with one of the sentiments from Rollin'.  To finish up, I then adhered the die cut to the card front using foam tape, and embellished with black enamel dots.



I hope you've enjoyed hopping with us today. Be sure and hop with us on the 8th of every month for more Reverse Confetti inspiration! 

Here's the full list of today's hop participants:


Have a great one!
      

RC Sneak Peek Day 3 - Hello Beautiful



Hello! It's the final day of Reverse Confetti May sneak peeks, and today I'm sharing a card created using the new One Day at a Time stamp set.  Proceeds from the sale of this set benefit the Pink Fund, an amazing organization that "provides 90 day non-medical cost-of-living expenses to breast cancer patients in active treatment for breast cancer, so they can focus on healing, raising their families, and returning to the workplace." 

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To create today's card, I started with a Stone card base and topped it with a piece of white CS that had been die cut using the Striped Frame Cover Panel Confetti Cuts. I then stamped the leftover piece of white CS with the flower and leaf images from Rose Garden in yellow, orange, gray and pink ink.



I then stamped part of one of the sentiments from One Day at a Time in black ink, and adhered the stamped panel to the card front on a diagonal using foam tape.  Next, the remainder of my sentiment was die cut from black CS using the Hello Thanks Label Confetti Cuts, and adhered it to the card front.  To finish up, I embellished with yellow enamel dots.




Would you like to be entered for your chance to win one of two $50 gift certificates to RC (one for blog commenters, and one for Facebook commenters)? To enter, simply leave comments on the RC DT blogs, then hop on over to the Reverse Confetti Facebook page. (Full details can be found over on the RC Blog.)

Have a great one!
      

RC Sneak Peek Day 2 - Sky's the Limit


Hello! It's the second day of Reverse Confetti March sneak peeks, and today I'm sharing a card created using the new Take Flight stamp set.

To create my card, I started by first cutting a piece of patterned paper from the new Pattern Play paper pad, trimming it slightly shorter than a standard A2 card base.  I then cut off a small strip from the bottom and adhered the two pieces to the card front leaving a gap in the middle.  Next, I stamped the clouds and kite image from Take Flight in black ink onto white cardstock as well as another pattern from the Pattern Play paper pad.  The stamped images were colored, then die cut using the Take Flight Confetti Cuts.



Next, I die cut a Piggy Bank tag using the Topped Off Tag Confetti Cuts and topped with a piece of white CS that had been die cut using the Sunburst Tag Layer Confetti Cuts.  The white tag was then stamped with a sentiment from Take Flight using black ink, topped with a twine bow, then adhered to the card front with foam tape.  To finish up, the clouds and kite were adhered to the card base with foam tape, and I embellished with black enamel dots.



  



Would you like to be entered for your chance to win one of two $50 gift certificates to RC (one for blog commenters, and one for Facebook commenters)? To enter, simply leave comments on the RC DT blogs, then hop on over to the Reverse Confetti Facebook page. (Full details can be found over on the RC Blog.)

Have a great one!
      

Countdown to Confetti - Birthday Bash Kick-Off!


Hello! It's the first day of Reverse Confetti May sneak peeks, and in celebration of RC's 4th birthday, we're kicking things off with a blog hop with the lovelies from CardMaker Magazine. :) Hopefully you've reached my blog by way of Susan's blog, but if you're just joining in and would like to start from the beginning, please click here.

Today I'm sharing a card created using the new Miso Happy stamp set, and the Vertical Stripes Cover Panel Confetti Cuts and Hello Thanks Label Confetti Cuts dies.

To create my card, I started by first adhering a piece of patterned paper from my new 6x6 paper pad, Pattern Play, to a white card base.  I then die cut a piece of Cloud White CS using the Vertical Stripes Cover Panel Confetti Cuts and adhered it to the card front.  Next, I used the Tall Triangles Confetti Cuts on a piece of Iced Aqua CS, and adhered some of the die cut pieces to the card front.  


I then used the Hello Thanks Label Confetti Cuts on Stone and Cloud White cardstocks, nestling the two pieces together and adhering them with washi tape.  The sentiment from Miso Happy was stamped in black ink.   I then added foam tape to the back of the die cuts, trimmed off the edge and attached the stamped panel to the card front.  Next, I stamped the pandas in black ink, colored in their noses and die cut the images with the Miso Happy Confetti Cuts.  I stamped two bamboo images onto watercolor paper, heat set them using clear embossing powder and then die cut them out.  I then colored the images using watercolor markers and attached them to the card front once they were dry.  To finish up, I adhered the pandas to the card front with foam tape and embellished with black enamel dots.






Thanks for hopping with us today... Here's the full list of participants:


Have a great one!
      

May SFYTT - Dream


Hello! It's the 1st of the month, which means it's time for a new Reverse Confetti sketch challenge (SFYTT).  This year has just been flying by, I can't believe we're already into May... MAY! We're in the final stretch before the end of the school year, and then my baby will be a seventh grader.  I'm not ready! Lol.

To create my card, I started by first adhering a piece of striped patterned paper from the Free Spirit paper pad to a Cloud White card base.  I then added a small strip of Stone CS to the card base on top of the patterned paper.  Next, I used the Tall Triangles Confetti Cuts on Iced Aqua and Piggy Bank CS, then adhered the pieces to the card base.  



The sentiment was die cut using the Wild Word Confetti Cuts on Piggy Bank CS, then adhered it to the card front.  I then use the Whole Lotta Dots stamp set on Cloud White CS using Stone ink, and die cut three butterflies using the Butterfly Dreams Confetti Cuts.  The die cuts were then adhered to the card front using foam tape.  To finish up, I embellished with silver enamel dots.



  
  
  

Want to play along with us this month and be entered to win a gift certificate to the RC store? Please see the Reverse Confetti blog for full details! :)

Have a great one!
      

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