Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Reverse Confetti July SFYTT

Hi there!!  Today I have a card to share with you following the July SFYTT over at Reverse Confetti!!

Here is the sketch:

To create my card, I started off by adhering two coordinating patterned papers to a white card base.  I am really making an effort to work through some of my paper stash.  It's getting out of control!  LOL!  Then, I used the Double Panel Circles Confetti Cuts to diecut the two piece panel that is placed vertically on the right side of the card,  I stamped an image/sentiment from the Labeled stamp set in black ink and then diecut it with the Give Thanks Label Confetti Cuts.  I popped that up with foam tape.  For the horizontal element in the sketch, I diecut the banner from the Tag Me Confetti Cuts die set out of black cardstock and  then slid that under the sentiment image.


To finish things off, I added a scattering of black sequins.  I just love the black, white and one color combination.  It gives such a bold and graphic feel!


That's all for me today! Thanks for stopping by!!

Monday, July 18, 2016

Lawnscaping Challenge #134 - Rainbow

Hello there!! It's time for another Lawnscaping Challenge!  Challenge #134 has a rainbow theme!

We are sponsored this week by the super fabulous Lawn Fawn!

For my card today, I started off by diecutting a piece of watercolor paper with the largest die from the Small Stitched Rectangles Stackables die set.  Then I used a rainbow of Distress Inks and ink blending tools to put down a rainbow of colors on my paper.  I dripped some clean, clear water on it and sopped it up with a paper towel.  I stamped and colored the unicorn from Critters Ever After and diecut him with coordinating dies.  Behind him, I diecut Puffy Cloud Frames diecut, and then popped him up with foam tape.  I stamped a sentiment using a stamp that came from Lawn Fawn in one of my orders.  Then, I added a scattering of sequins. and stamped tiny stars from the Critters Ever After stamp set, in a rainbow of colored before popping the panel up on a white card base using foam tape.

Rainbow Thank You

That's all for me today!!  Be sure to stop by the blog to see lots more inspiration from the design team, and get all of the challenge details!!

Thanks so much for stopping by!

Stamps: Lawn Fawn Critters Ever After, unknown LF sentiment
Dies: Critter Ever After, Simply Puffy Cloud Frames, Small Stitched Rectangles Stackables
Ink: Lawn Fawn Plastic Flamingo, Freshly Cut Grass, Peacock, Fish Tank, Distress inks in: Picked Raspberry, Carved Pumpkin, Mustard Seed, Twisted Citron, Salty Ocean, Blueprint Sketch, Memento Tuxedo Black
Paper: Masters Touch Watercolor paper, PTI White
Other: Pretty Pink Posh sequins, Copic Markers, White gel pen, Foam tape

Sunday, July 10, 2016

Reverse Confetti July SALE and TWEET Birthday Wishes!

Hello there!  Today I have a card to share with you using lots of my favorite goodies from Reverse Confetti!  We aren't having a release this month, but we are having a SALE!  Today is the last day for a 20% off everything SALE in the Reverse Confetti Store! (new release excluded).  Fil l up your cart, and enter code SUMMER20 at checkout!

I have lots of Reverse Confetti favorites!  I used lots of them on my project today!  If you have visited my blog before, it's no secret that I love the RC critters... all of the stamp sets work perfectly together and allow for awesome scene building, which is one of my favorite things to do!

To create my card, I started off my watercoloring a piece of Tim Holtz Distress watercolor using my Artist Loft Watercolors from Michaels.  I stamped and diecut a bunch of peices to create my scene.  The stars of the show are the adorable little birds from Tweet Life, which I cut with coordinating Tweet Life Confetti Cuts.  You can't have a birthday party without presents and balloons which I borrowed from the Monkey Business stamp set.  I colored them and diecut them  using the Monkey Business Confetti Cuts.  The cute flag banners are from the Leaping Lions stamp set, and cut from the Leaping Lions Confetti Cuts.  And finally, cake.  You need cake.  Thanks to the Later Alligator stamp set, and coordinating Later Alligator Confetti Cuts, we have cake!

Tweet Birthday

I colored all of the pieces, then diecut them.  I arranged them how I wanted them on the watercolor panel, and then adhered some pieces with a glue pen, and lots with foam tape for some fun added dimension.  I grounded my scene with a piece of patterned paper from my stash, and added a sentiment from Monkey Business on a strip of white cardstock which I attached with a few staples.  Finally, I added a scattering of sequins to complete my party scene!

Tweet Birthday

Apart from these Reverse Confetti favorites, I also love the Butterfly Dreams stamp set and coordinating Butterfly Dreams Confetti Cuts, the Linked Garland Confetti Cuts, Too Cute To  Spook, and Puppy Love, just to name a few - you know, incase you need help shopping! *wink*

But wait!!  There's more!

These ladies have fabulous things to share with you today!! :)

Thanks so much for stopping by!!  Have a great day!


Thursday, July 7, 2016

Let's Celebrate! {Reverse Confetti}

Hell there!!  Today I have a card to share with you using some goodies from Reverse Confetti!
To create my card, I started off by ink smooshing some Peacock Feathers distress ink onto a piece of Tim Holtz Distress watercolor paper,  While I waited for my watercolor to dry, I stamped the cake and cake plate from the Candles 'n Confetti stamp set, and diecut them using the Candles 'n Confetti Confetti Cuts.  I added a strip of patterned paper to the left side of my watercolor piece, and added a wavy border using the Edge Essentials Confetti Cuts.  I adhered cake and plate to the bottom of the panel, and stamped a sentiment from the Celebrations stamp set above the cake.  For some added interest, I added a few Linked Garland Confetti Cuts diecut from red cardstock.  And finally, I added a scattering of sequins to finish things off.

Let's Celebrate

I will be entering this in the Curtain Call - Cherry Bomb Challenge!

Thanks so much for stopping by! :