Monday, April 6, 2015

Countdown to Confetti: Day 2


Welcome to the Reverse Confetti April "surprise" Release!  If you are just joining in on the fun, there AMAZING things happening this month.....5 new stamp sets, 8 Confetti Cuts, and new Quick Card Panels this month!  Wahoo!  Make sure to check out the Reverse Confetti blog for a list full of inspiration and more projects! 

This month's release has fun new goodies!  Today the DT is sharing projects using Shine From Within and Color Me Happy.  

For my first card, I was totally inspired by pattern paper from the MME Jubilee collection.  If you have this 6x6 paper pad, then you will know what I'm talking about.  I went for bold colors to show off the sentiment from Shine From Within which was stamped in Versafine Onyx Black.  

Shine from Within

After diecutting the new Geometric Panel several times, I had fun piecing this together leaving some areas white.  Once done, I stamped my sentiment several times (using my trusty MISTI tool) in Versafine Onyx Black ink for that bold look.  A few spring sequins (Pretty Pink Posh) were added for detail.

Shine from Within2


Next up is another card using the new QCP's called Pina Colada.  I love the look of the bold black chevron print so I went with heat embossing my sentiment, from Color Me Happy, in Aqua Zing embossing powder.  

Color Me Happy

I matted my QCP with black cardstock, added foam adhesive for dimension, and a few black enamel dots. 

Color Me Happy2






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!  

Details can be found over on the Reverse Confetti blog for all the prizes!



Thanks for sharing a part of your day with me! 



26 comments:

Marcie Sharp said...

I love how you used that geometric die. Sooooo fabulous!

Alanna said...

I love the graphic feel to these cards.

Teresa Doyle said...

Great cards Amy and I love the geometric die for a stained glass look. Great job.

Kathy said...

Such bright and bold cards...love them!

~amy~ said...

Love them BOTH.

Cynthia Daugherty said...

these are real eye-catchers!

pcm said...

super fun cards!

Angel said...

That geometric die is SO FUN!! Love that you used bold colors!

Kari V. said...

The think happy thoughts in Aqua is perfection! Love your cards!

Michele Henderson said...

Great color and layers! I love the bright pop of color!

Mary Holshouser said...

Love how the geometric die is filled in with various colors.
You could make several cards from a few die cuts. Easy and fast.
thanks for the idea.

graham Brand said...

Fantastic! I love the bright bold colours.

Jen Carter said...

Both cards are gorgeous!!! Love the piecing on the1st and the color choice! Love the graphic nature of the 2nd!!

Leigh Penner said...

Fabulous cards, Amy!

Leigh Penner said...

Fabulous cards, Amy!

Rosemary said...

another totally cool set of cards!!

Brandi R said...

Love them both! The first one.....GREAT colors for that super fun die! The second....oh that aqua is fantastic with black. Beautiful....both of them! ♥

Sue D said...

Love the bold graphic designs of your cards.

Mary-Anne V said...

Wonderful graphic cards.

Amy C. said...

These new dies are so neat!

Miriam Prantner said...

That geometric die is fantastic! Love the colors you chose for it and I just love how bold and graphic the second card is with the embossed sentiment!

Larissa Heskett said...

LOVING These!! ;) THANKS for sharing and have a Fabulous Week!! ;)

Lisa H. said...

sweet cards!!! love these Amy. That first one is awesome.

Kristie Goulet said...

LOVE these, Amy! That die is to "die" for. ;)

BeverlyBL said...

I want a whole stack of those chevron quick panels. They just look so cool. And black and aqua are so wonderful together. I like your pieced geometric piece, too. Nice colors with that fun, big bold sentiment.

Amante del Papel said...

your first card is amazing, I lvoe it, it was my favorite in this hop!

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