Friday, January 8, 2016

Reverse Confetti January Release Hop


Hello there, 'Fetti Friends, it's New Release Hop Day at Reverse Confetti. All of the stamps, Confett Cuts dies, and Quick Card panels you've been seeing these last few days are now available in the Reverse Confetti store. Happy shopping!




If you've already started today's hop, you should have arrived here from Amy Tsuruta. If not, head over to the Reverse Confetti blog to begin!

I have two projects to share today. This first one, a clean-and-simple card, is my favorite from this release. It features a sentiment from Big Notes, white embossed on vellum and layered over a rainbow of tiny All Heart Quick Card Panel strips.


The letters are chunky enough that I could hide some glue dots behind them. I accented with a trio of black embellishments for some pop. Super simple and fun. I couldn't resist making some sort of rainbow with the Quick Card Panels!

STAMPS: Big Notes

INK: VersaMark

PAPER: white card stock, vellum card stock, All Heart Quick Card Panels

OTHER: white embossing powder, black buttons, black sequin, white linen thread







Next up is more of a collage style card featuring Lovey Words, Lovey Word Coordinates, and a whole bunch of other dies, both new and old.


The word forever is part of the Lovey Words die set. To help it stand out against the woodgrain panel, I layered it onto a white die-cut and offset it by just a hairline. "And ever" is part of the Lovey Word Coordinates stamp set. I heat embossed it in white on charcoal card stock. I used the new Stamped Note for the two outline hearts, as well as the gold postage stamp-shaped rectangle in the back.


The woodgrain panel is die-cut with the rounded rectangle in Class Act. For embellishments, I added two Leafy die-cuts and a Stitched Flag Trio die-cut.

STAMPS: Lovey Word Coordinates

CONFETTI CUTS DIES: Lovey Words, Stamped Notes, Class Act, Leafy, Stitched Flag Trio

INK: VersaMark

PAPER: white card stock, vellum card stock, My Mind's Eye My Story 6x6 paper collection, patterned paper scraps (woodgrain rectangle, stitched flag, and leafy die-cuts)

OTHER: white embossing powder, foam tape, pink and light blue mists





So glad you visited today! For the next stop on today's hop, you're off to see Sarah Gough. Enjoy!


18 comments:

~amy~ said...

How clever to cut strips of the QCP! Love that! BOTH of your cards are wonderful!

Lisa said...

Oh yes! LOVE what you did in the first one... and the second... yum! Love all of the patterns and shapes and how they all come together to make one awesome card... love them both!

PiecesbyEmily said...

Beautiful card, Amy! Love the white emboss on vellum!

Karen B. said...

Fantastic use of vellum and I really enjoy the collage style.

Christine Canfield said...

CAS at its best!

Pam Sparks said...

Fabulous Amy! Lovin' those rainbow strips though! Love your cards!

Teresa Godines #6857 said...

Wonderful cards. Love the rainbow stripes. TFS

Jan Elmore said...

I just a nice Valentine! Your cards are very, very nice!

Leigh Penner said...

I love both of these, Amy!

Aimée Dillon said...

i need to order that paper before it's gone. This came out so cute1

cghundley said...

Great cards! Love the
cut strips from the
quick card panels on
the first and the second
is so pretty!
Carla from Utah

Diane Jaquay said...

Both of these are wonderful, Amy!

Ellen said...

Love it!
Xx Ellen

Ellen said...

Love it!
Xx Ellen

Susi Kelly said...

Great to see how Big Notes looks when embossed, and love the tip about hiding glue dots when embossed on vellum. Both of these cards are awesome, Amy!

Alina said...

so beautiful!

Sunshine said...

Great cards! Love your style!

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