Welcome, 'Fetti Fans to Day 1 of the August Release for Reverse Confetti!
Because there wasn't a release in July, this month is a fantastic double release,
with seven new stamps sets & twelve new Confetti Cuts!
Today, we're showcasing two fun new sets
that both come with coordinating Confetti Cuts:
Cute as a Button and Just Brew It.
First up, I made some super sweet baby cards with Cute as a Button.
I started by stamping a strip of cardstock which I adhered behind my white panel
using a stamp from the previously released Color Me Happy.
I stamped the adorable onesie from Cute as a Button onto its coordinating Confetti Cut.
I adhered it to my card and added some twine.
And I couldn't resist adding a trio of buttons to reinforce the sentiment!
I decided to make another card just like it, but reversed, but this time in pink!
I also made a card with one of my favourite colour combos -- aqua & red:
I diecut the new All Framed Up Confetti Cuts and inked one of them
up with my blending tool to add to my card.
I cut out the heart (also from Cute as a Button), fussy cut it out by hand
and adhered it to my card using dimensional adhesive.
I just love this pretty sentiment, don't you?
And, lastly, I have a card to share using Just Brew It, which
I used with its coordinating Confetti Cut along with a fun new die
called Rounded Rectangle Band Confetti Cuts.
Isn't this fun?
I diecut the Rounded Rectangle Band Confetti Cuts from a piece
of Crate Paper patterned paper and adhered it to my card base.
I stamped the image from Just Brew It onto it's coordinating Confetti Cut.
I added a trio of stars from Seeing Stars Confetti Cuts,
along with some wooden stars to help add to the superhero feel of my card.
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 Sunday, August 7th and the winner will be
announced at 5pm later that day.
Want another chance to win?
Head on over to Reverse Confetti's Facebook page and
look for the graphic posted there.
Thanks for looking!