Welcome to Day 2 of the March Release for Reverse Confetti!
Today, we are introducing two more sets: a fabulous banners set called Beautiful Banners
& a gorgeous floral set called Petals 'N Posies.
You can see the product graphics at the bottom of my post.
Here are the cards I made with this set...
First up, a card I made using Beautiful Banners.
For my card, I used some Basic Grey patterned paper and chipboard sticker.
The chipboard oval had a banner on it already, but I decided to cover it up with a Beautiful Banners that I stamped with and then die cut with the coordinating dies: Confetti Cuts: Beautiful Banners!
A few enamel dots finish it off.
Next, I have two cards to share that I created using Petals 'N Posies and their coordinating dies -- Confetti Cuts: Petals 'N Posies.
I die cut my Confetti Cuts: Petals 'N Posies from some Spring Moss and Sweet Blush card stock
and stamped them with their co-ordinating Petals 'N Posies images.
For the centres, I stamped them in versa mark and heat embossed them
in sea foam white embossing powder.
The sentiment is also from Petals 'N Posies.
And lastly, I have another card to share...
I was so pleased with how my 3rd card from yesterday's post turned out that I decided
to make another card using the same technique & the Confetti Cuts: Office Edges.
I was inspired by the Basic Grey postage stamp image to make some similar
flowers using the Confetti Cuts: Petals 'N Posies and some Basic Grey patterned paper.
I used some black enamel dots for the centres.
The sentiment is from Petals 'N Posies -- I just cut the stamp apart and stamped it
with the "thanks" on top of the "a bunch."
That's it for today!
There will be a $15 gift certificate up for grabs, so you make sure you leave a comment
on each sneak peek post for each designer to increase your chances of winning!
Comments will close at noon CST on March 7th and the winner will be
announced at 5pm on March 7th.
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