Tuesday, September 6, 2016

Countdown to Confetti - Happy Harvest and Blooms 'N Buds


Welcome to Day Two of Reverse Confetti's September release countdown. Are you as excited as I am about all of the new products so far?! Today we are featuring two more new stamp sets, each with coordinating Confetti Cuts dies also available: Happy Harvest and Blooms 'N Buds.


All of the new products will be available in the Reverse Confetti store
at midnight ET September 8.


Be sure to visit the Reverse Confetti blog for links to all the designers posting peeks today. Leave comments on each designer's blog for a chance to win a $15 Reverse Confetti gift certificate. Also, head over to the Reverse Confetti Facebook page for an additional giveaway. And be sure to watch for new product lines giveaways each day also on the Reverse Confetti blog!



My first card features Blooms 'N Buds. Oh boy, I have myself a new favorite floral set! Just LOOK at these gorgeous flowers and leaves! 


I stamped the flowers and leaves in some rich fall colors, then arranged them around the circle opening on a Leaves Cover Panel Confetti Cuts.


Here's a closer look at the gorgeous Leaves Cover Panel Confetti Cuts - LOVE!










Next up is Happy Harvest. I've gotta say fall imagery is some of my very favorite to craft with, and these acorns are fab! 


I die-cut the acorns using the Happy Harvest Confetti Cuts, then did the stamping with my MISTI. Behind the pair of acorns are some wheat stalks that I cut from various colors and patterns using the Wheat Confetti Cuts. You can see there is a solid die-cut as well as an outline, which can be used as a layer or separately.



Behind the acorn and wheat cluster is a Big Stripes Tay Layer Confetti Cuts die-cut.



And a Hang Ups Too Confetti Cuts tag topper die-cut.










 For links to all the RC designers posting today and all of today's giveaway info, visit the Reverse Confetti blog.

Thanks so much for stopping by!



34 comments:

Kim Faucher said...

So many ideas in this release!! I am going to have a hard time narrowing down!

Lesley said...

Gasp! Your projects are amazing, Amy! I love that first card! It's a piece of artwork!

~amy~ said...

gorgeous! I love all your details!

Diane Jaquay said...

I knew you would work magic with Blooms 'N Buds and you certainly did just that! Love the acorn card too, the plaid background is perfect!!

Marcie Sharp said...

Fabulous cards. I LOVE that Leaves Cover die. So pretty!

Meg Crawford said...

I love all the colors on your first card. That really spoke to me. Great examples to stir our creative souls.

Tracy said...

Love both your cards, but the color combo in your first card is fantastic.

Kathy said...

Both cards are gorgeous....am wondering how you got the multiple shades of rose on the flowers in the first?! The Acorns on top the tag with its sweet topper is so Fall with its plaid and Wheat stalks too. Love!

Kimberly Rendino said...

Absolutely gorgeous! I can't even pick a favorite!!

Wanda Cullen said...

Your work is always so inspiring and stunning! Especially love your vibrant floral design placed over the white on white cover plate die!

Sheri Gilson said...

Gorgeous projects, Amy! Love them both!

Connie Wine said...

Amazing, gorgeous!

Martha Herrera said...

LOVE the color combo! Beautiful cards.

Tara said...

Wow! Both cards are beautiful! Your flowers look so gorgeous against the white background and the colors of the acorn card are stunning!

greggers said...

Wow, the flowers are gorgeous, love the colors. I am so in love with the acorn die and stamps, can't wait for them to go on sale!

Lizzie T a/k/a Wifelady said...

Lovely cards! I love those bold flowers against that leaves cover plate!

Sue D said...

Great designs and beautiful colors on both.

Rebecca Yahrling said...

All those gorgeous Fall colors of your flowers are breath taking beautiful. And that acorn is a must have die!

Iris Esther Lopez said...

Great cards. Fantastic stamps and dies.

Karen B. said...

Divine layering and colors in both your cards!

Mary Holshouser said...

that first card is fantastic.
Love the colors and the way it is put
together.
The second will be a great masculine
card.
thanks for sharing.

Pam Young said...

Oh my gosh!! I love both of your cards!! The new Blooms and Buds is so going in my basket!! I love the acorn too!! Decisions to make!!

Evelyn vasquez said...

Wonderful cards.

My Kraft Kloset ~ Kim Klinkovsky said...

Your first card is so bright and beautiful, love all the details. And your second card I love the plaid, LOVE the acorns, and love how masculine it is. I just love the new release and can't wait to play too. Just lovely.

Christy Q said...

Love your cards and the inspiration you provided today!! Your fall card makes me think of a soft cozy flannel shirt or blanket.

irishgalkelly said...

Wow Amy, these two cards are just incredible! I'm in love with both new sets and all the pretty dies! From the big, bold blooms to the adorable acorns, this is going to be a knockout release!

Denise Bryant said...

Gorgeous cards! I love your colors on the flowers and the pretty Leaves Cover Panel layer! And your acorns card is son perfect for fall with those rich colors!

Lisa said...

Both are so pretty! Love that overlay die....so beautiful!

Holly Saveur said...

Gorgeous cards!

Beth Norman said...

Both cards are lovely, but it's the top one that really grabs my attention. The vibrant colours are so me. I love the design layout.

Susi K. said...

Both of these cards are fantastic, Amy! I love the images in the Blooms & Buds set (and the colours you chose@), as well as the scale/size of that acorn in Happy Harvest. And that Cover Plate ... oh my!

Miriam Prantner said...

That coverplate is my favorite product in this release and the spray of flowers is gorgeous!

Michelle Usadel said...

Stunning just stunning! I love it all :)

Anonymous said...

Yes, the buds and blooms set is gorgeous but u took it up another notch with your design and the colors you chose! Beautiful! And the acorn dies- love the size, so they can serve as a focal point rather than just an accessory.