Welcome to Day 2 of the November Release for Reverse Confetti!
It's a fabulous winter release,
with four new stamps sets & seven new Confetti Cuts!
Today, we are introducing a new set:
a super cute donut-themed set called Donut You Know, with coordinating Confetti Cuts.
You can see the product graphics at the bottom of my post.
I used this week's CAS(E) This Sketch #99 by Michelle Williams:
Here's my card:
I started with an aqua mist base, on which I stamped my Donut You Know sentiment.
I die cut the donuts (using the Donut You Know Confetti Cuts) from some
Heido Swapp patterned paper and layered them together,
stamping the sentiment on the icing and then again on the donut before adhering them to the card.
The sprinkles were also die cut using the Donut You Know Confetti Cuts --
a little tip for these tiny die cuts.... put some adhesive sheets on the back of the patterned paper first
and then peel them off like stickers to add them to the donuts.
And I just want to share one more project....
When Jen sent out the new November products, she included them with the October
mini-release goodies, which included the Hanging Out Confetti Cut.
As I was making my door hanger, and applying my "do not disturb" letter stickers,
I thought of the punny sentiments in the Donut You Know set and how
fun it would be to make a "donut disturb" door hanger.
Well, here it is....
I used some fun Webster's Pages patterned paper and layered an Envie Wrap Confetti Cut over top,
along with a die cut donut.
For the sentiment, I masked the "donut" from the sentiments in the set and
then I masked the letters individually -- they were all there except for the "b",
so I used the "l" from sprinkled and added the curl at the end with a marker.
That's it for today!
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on each sneak peek post for each designer to increase your chances of winning!
Comments will close at noon CST on November 7th and the winner will be
announced at 5pm on November 7th.
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Thanks for looking!