Friday, November 15, 2019

SugarPea Designs / Happy Holidays

Hello!  I am here today sharing some winter inspiration for you using Hey Winter.

The background was created by blending some Distress Inks over the Falling Snow Stencil.  My bear was Copic colored and die cut using the coordinating Hey Winter SugarCut.  A snowy hill was made using a stitched die from Card Front Element Builder SugarCut and was added with foam adhesive.  

Happy Holidays

The bear and one of the trees were added with foam adhesive while the remaining trees were added flush to the cardstock.  As a finishing detail, the bear's nose was embellished with Glossy Accents.

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Wednesday, November 13, 2019

Avery Elle / Polar Playtime

Hello!  I am here today with a CAS winter card.  Often creating a "scene" card seems overwhelming, right?  I wanted to share how I brought the "clean" and "simple" to this card.  

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Polar Playtime

To create the "clean" part of the card is simply the background........keep the white space!  I did this but added color with a simple die, Snow Scene Elle-ments.  Several colors of blue Distress Oxide inks were blended onto a panel of Bristol Smooth Cardstock and then die cut.  Once cut, the panel was spritzed with Clear Shimmer Spray and Crystal Stickles were added to the snow that stayed in place during die cutting.

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For the "simple", I knew I wanted to use this ONE image from Polar Playtime......the critters sledding.  I thought about what these critters would be doing and voila a simple panel cut at an angle becomes the slope.  Add a bit of fine glitter to the edge with a Zig 2-way glue pen......perfect snow.  

The angled panel was added with foam adhesive over the Snow Scene background.  To finish, the sledding critters (colored with Copic markers) were added with foam adhesive and the sentiment was stamped out behind as if skidding down the hill.  Once done, a few white pigment ink details were added to the critters.

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Tuesday, November 12, 2019

Catherine Pooler Designs / Retro Winter

Welcome to winter!  I have a few more cards to share using the newest collection from Catherine Pooler Designs--Retro Winter!

The release brought us even more fabulous COLOR from the Catherine Pooler ink collection--Sangria, Pink Champagne, Orange Peel, and Hot Tub.  Pair these new ink colors with the pattern papers.....match made in heaven!  Love the color palette!

Snow Much Fun

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Monday, November 11, 2019

Reverse Confetti / Framed Floral

Hello Reverse Confetti fans!  I'm here with a floral card using some of the newest products released.  It may be fall/winter but you can make floral cards any time of the year!


Using The Best Days bold floral cluster, the image was black heat embossed onto Bristol Smooth cardstock.  The image was colored using Zig Clean Color Real Brush Markers.  The panel was trimmed to fit behind a frame from All Framed Up Confetti Cuts.  Remember, you don't have to use the whole image!!!

The framed floral panel was adhered to a notecard layered with pattern paper from the new Winter Wonder 6x6 Paper Pad.  For the sentiment, the 'thanks' was die cut using the Thanks and Hello Word Duos Confetti Cuts in a coordinating cardstock.


Friday, November 8, 2019

25 Days of Christmas Tags / Reverse Confetti

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Welcome to the 25 Days of Christmas Tags using Reverse Confetti!  My sweet friend Tracey McNeely hosts and this is so much fun!  Make sure to visit her blog for a complete rundown of this event!  

I paired some old with the new!  Triangle Trees is hands down one of my favorite stamp sets EVER!  

I created a pair of tags using the new tag.......Circle Tag.  I created my tags using coordinating cardstock to match the pattern paper from thew new 6x6 paper pad:  Winter Wonder.  I added coordinating stamped trees (using Reverse Confetti Inks) and simple sentiment strips.  To finish, twine and silver gems were added.

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For all the details on the 25 Days of Christmas Tags, please click HERE.

Here is a look at the AMAZING sponsors Tracey has lined up this year!

Reverse Confetti / November Blog Hop


Welcome to the Reverse Confetti November Blog Hop!  Hope you have enjoyed the new release this month.  With so many new beautiful sets and's hard to choose which is my favorite!
Make sure to check out the Reverse Confetti blog for all the details of this hop and for a full list of inspiration and information.

The floral image from The Best Days was black heat embossed onto Bristol Smooth Cardstock.  The image was colored using Zig Clean Color Real Brush Markers and die cut using the coordinating The Best Days Confetti Cuts.  The image was layered onto a Circle Tag that was backed with a circle of black cardstock.  Everything was mounted onto a white notecard that was given texture by using the Stitched Bursts Cover Panel.



Make sure to visit more of the design team for inspiration using Reverse Confetti!

Amy Kolling-->you are here!
Daniel West

Don't forget it's time to shop!  
SHOP for Reverse Confetti HERE!

Thursday, November 7, 2019

Reverse Confetti / Countdown to Confetti Day 3

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It's time for the November FALL release from Reverse Confetti!  We welcome 5 new stamp sets, 9 new Confetti Cuts, and the Winter Wonder 6x6 Paper Pad!

Make sure to check out the Reverse Confetti blog for a list full of inspiration and information on all the new goodies!!

I know I never have enough thank you cards.  Thank You is a must have in your stash.......not only do I love the big bold sentiment itself, all the supporting sentiments are done in a beautiful font!

Using the Snow Stars Cover Panel done in white, strips of carstock (Rose, Tangerine, Sunshine, Avocado, Aqua, and Grape Soda) were adhered to the back of the rows of cut outs.  This panel wad adhered to a white notecard.  The bold 'THANK YOU' was die cut three times and glued together for dimensinon.  They were adhered at the top of a sentiment strip stamped with 'from the bottom of my heart'.

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Now for the prizes..........there are TWO $15 prizes up for grabs this release:  1 for blog commenters and 1 for Facebook commenters.  So leave those comments and make sure to check the Reverse Confetti Facebook page too!  

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