Welcome, 'Fetti Fans to Day 1 of the June Release for Reverse Confetti!
This month is a fantastic release,
with four new stamps sets & seven new Confetti Cuts!
Today, we're showcasing two adorable new sets
that both come with coordinating Confetti Cuts:
Mermaid Kisses and Seaside.
I started by smooshing some tropical teal ink onto my white panel.
I diecut my Mermaid Kisses Confetti Cuts and stamped in the
images using versafine onyx black ink.
I coloured them in using ink pressed onto my acrylic block,
water and a paintbrush.
I embossed my lilac panel using the new Scalloped Cover Panel
Confetti Cuts and applied a little bit of lavender fields
ink with my blending tool.
One of the things that I love about the sets designed by
Dawn Machell is that the sentiments are all in the same font,
so you can easily mix and match from different sets.
Here, I paired the "happy birthday" from Monkey Business
with the fun "fin-tastic" sentiment from Mermaid Kisses.
To finish off my card, I added some rainstones, including
a trio to the flower on the mermaid's head.
For my next card, I was inspired by the current Fusion Card Challenge:
Something Blue photo and sketch to make my card:
I used the new Seaside stamp set & coordinating Seaside Confetti Cuts
to make my card, as well as the new Scalloped Tag Layer Confetti Cuts.
I started by diecutting my Scalloped Tag Layer Confetti Cut from white cardsock.
I also impressed it onto a piece of watercolour paper and fussy cut it out by hand.
On the watercolour tag, I coloured it in using four Zig markers,
some water and a paintbrush.
Then, I layered the white Scalloped Tag Layer over top.
I layered it over some white cardstock that I trimmed and adhered
to my Bazzill Basics Robin's Egg cardstock.
I stamped the anchor from Seaside onto its coordinating diecut.
I stamped the sentiment onto a strip of vellum in versafine
onyx black and heat embossed it in clear.
Lastly, I have a card to share that was inspired by
I thought it was so fun!
Here's the card it inspired:
On a piece of fine linen cardstock, I stamped images from Seaside
and Mermaid Kisses in versamark and then heat embossed them in clear.
Then, I blended Altenew Dusk ink over top with my blending tool.
To make it have more of a "weathered wooden sign look",
I applied some cream acrylic paint to it, using a dry brush technique.
I split the panel with my trimmer and stamped the sentiment onto
another piece of fine linen cardstock, using the "Ahoy!"
from Seaside & "new baby" from the previously released Whole Lotta Happy.
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 Tuesday, June 7th and the winner will be
announced at 5pm later that day.
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Head on over to Reverse Confetti's Facebook page and
look for the graphic posted there.
Thanks for looking!
Thanks for looking!