Wednesday, May 7, 2014

Countdown to Confetti: Here We Go and Let's Chill


Welcome to Day 3 of Reverse Confetti's countdown to the new release. You can find Day 1 peeks HERE, and Day 2 peeks HERE if you need to catch up. All of the new stamps and dies will be available at midnight!


Happy 1st Birthday to Reverse Confetti!



We're celebrating with lots of prizes! One commenter will receive the full release (six stamp sets and six Confetti Cuts!), one will win a $25 gift card, and there is also a Facebook promo for a chance to win a $25 gift certificate. All the details are over on the Reverse Confetti blog, along with a list of designers who are sharing peeks today.



Today we're featuring the last two of our six new sets: HERE WE GO and LET'S CHILL, as well as their corresponding die sets: HERE WE GO CONFETTI CUTS and LET'S CHILL CONFETTI CUTS.


Both of today's sets are so darling and fun! For my yellow submarine card, I started with a light blue watercolor wash (using Gelatos), then spritzed on some white speckles, stamped the bubbles, added clear dimensional glaze, and finished off with some wavy strands that I die-cut with the DOIN' THE WAVE die. I originally intended them to be horizontal waves, but the vertical orientation looked better design-wise. Think of them as seaweed or something {wink}!




This next card features the LET'S CHILL set and matching dies:


I used the LET'S CHILL CONFETTI CUTS for the popsicles. The sentiment is from LET'S CHILL, and is stamped on a LABEL ME die-cut that has been folded in half. Also making appearances are the DOIN' THE WAVE CONFETTI CUTS and the SCALLOP BORDER CONFETTI CUTS.














Head over to the Reverse Confetti blog for more peeks, as well as giveaway details.

Thanks for stopping by!




29 comments:

Toni Cancellier said...

Both great cards. I did think of the waves as seaweed!

LvMyMedic said...

Love how you used the stamps, cards are great. TFS Denise

Connie G said...

These cards are just too cute! I love both these sets!!

craftymom205 said...

Love the cards.

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Heather Thompson said...

You amaze me Amy, those are so cute!!

Michelle said...

Two brilliant cards, lovely detail..... LOVE!

Barb M said...

Amazing details! I love the stitching on the popsicles.

Susi Kelly said...

Wow, you knocked today's release out of the park, Amy. Super cards - love how you used the "Doin' the Wave" dies

IamUniquelyImperfect said...

Your cards are oh so cute! Love them. Tfs Patricia B

RedGem said...

I love your beautiful cards... especially the underwater card. Tks for sharing!

Mary-Anne V said...

Adorable Cards...love the glossy bubbles.

Lisa H. said...

two fantastic cards, Amy!

Leigh Penner said...

Fabulous cards!

Jean Kelley said...

I am in love with that wave die, and I am amazed at the way you used them in your submarine card. Awesome!

Kathy Mc said...

Brilliant ~ love your attention to detail!

Dana said...

Amazing cards!! I just love the submarine card!! So cool to use the wave die like that!!

marylouh said...

You really got the feeling of water with the "bacon" die. Beautiful card.

Marisa said...

Fabulous set of cards. Adore that submarine one and how you used the wavy die on it and accented the bubbles.

Tangii said...

LOVE the use of the squiggly on both cards :)

Deanne @ Three Trees said...

Oh so much fun! Both cards are so bright and cheery!!

Deanne :)

Diane Jaquay said...

LOVE how you used the waves on your first card, and the pop card is ADORABLE!!

Rosemary said...

both cards are beyond cute... fabulous!

Stacey Schafer said...

love the background, Amy ! and all of your elements!

wendy said...

super cute cards Amy

Vera Yates (Ling) said...

These are great, Amy!

Emily Lauritzen said...

Fabulous use of the wave die! And I love your background for the submarine!!

Tracey McNeely said...

Amy both cads fabulous but you rocked out the underwater scene!

Kari V. said...

These are really creative and amazing! I love your submarine card with the bubbles and the waves (or seaweed...hee,hee)!!

Sue D said...

Very cute cards. I like how you used the wave die on the first one.