Monday, January 8, 2018

Reverse Confetti / January Blog Hop

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Welcome to the Reverse Confetti January Blog Hop!  I hope you have had the opportunity to check out the fabulous release this week.   

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!


I knew I wanted to use the Falling Hearts Panel as a shaker card and I found several older products that worked well to embellish this!  

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Did you know the frame from All Framed Up will fit the perimeter of the Falling Hearts Panel?  It does!  Did you know the small heart die from XOXO Hearts Confetti Cuts layers nicely onto the Falling Hearts Panel?  I love to use older product with the new!  The polka dot paper on the card base is from Every Little Bit 6x6 paper pad.  I just love how all this came together!

For my shaker bits, I've used some Sparkling Crystals from Studio Katia.  These things are just gorgeous!  Here is a closeup of those gmes!

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 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! Now it’s time to hop on over to Melissa Phillip's blog. Here is the full list of participants sharing inspiration:


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One thing before you hop along though, just to keep you “in the know”…

January's NEW SKETCH FOR YOU TO TRY is open for you to play along.  Check it out for a chance to win and become our newest ‘Fetti Fave! 




28 comments:

Andrea Hastilow said...

Amy this card is wonderful, love the colours & layout, so pretty but not too girlie that you couldn't send it to a fella.

Show Us The World said...

Your card is fabulous. The falling hearts die is one that I could see me using over and over again. It would be so versatile and really spice up any card.

~amy~ said...

Such a pretty shaker card!

Wanda Cullen said...

Wow, this is such a gorgeous shaker card!!!

Diane said...

I love shaker cards and yours is fabulous!!

Debra Rumpza said...

I love your card... The contrasting colors and the way you layered the pieces is perfect... Lovely!

Pennie Glasser said...

I love the die cut! Such a cute card!

Lisa H. said...

I adore this Amy!

Joyce Casaldi said...

What a great design!

loceanjo said...

WOW! what a super card - love the falling hearts in the bright colours!

Stacy Petersen said...

What a cute shaker card! Love it!

Kathy Schweinfurth said...

Wonderful, colorful shaker, Amy!! Super way to use the Falling Hearts Panel!

Sue D said...

So pretty with the colorful hearts.

Crafting Mama said...

Amazing card. Love how colorful it is!

Kia Gibson-Clapper said...

What a beautiful card. I love that die you used and can see many uses for it. Thanks for sharing your talent.

Joyce Casaldi said...

I love how the hearts fit perfectly, such a cute way to add color. Very pretty!

Silvia Galloni said...

This card is soooooo lovely!

Sabrina said...

Beautiful card!!

Debbie B said...

Love this card Amy! I'm crazy about hearts! Love the colors you used and the pattern paper! I have so much pattern paper that I've been hoarding so it's always nice to see the designers using it again!

Kim Hameister said...

Love your card!! I wasn't sure of how soon I would want to order this panel but I am thinking the SOONER the better! I am loving all the artwork I am seeing with this and your card is no exception! Thanks for sharing! ♥

Sherry said...

sooo pretty!

Ann Kulseth said...

Gorgeous card - great inspiration too.

Jeanne Beam said...

Beautiful card. Love the falling hearts die. Thanks for sharing...

sharon g said...

I really like the stitched lines down the hearts. We all have heart dies and punches, but this makes them SPECIAL

Oliev said...

Great shaker card!

Grams716 said...

You've really brought out the possibilities of using the falling hearts die! Such a cute card.

Kirsty Vittetoe said...

How beautiful!

Marjorie DUMONTIER said...

Oooh ! That’s a great card ! I love the stitching detail.
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