Welcome to Day 2 of Reverse Confetti's 4th birthday release!
Today's focus is on three of the new stamp sets (there are 7 in all): Work of Art, Take Flight, and Rollin'. I am SO in love with today's sets. Hope you like 'em too!
All of the new products will be available in the Reverse Confetti store
at midnight ET May 8.
First up is Work of Art, an art-themed set with a paintbrush, paint tube, palette, and fabulous sentiments. Today I've paired Work of Art with a super cool new cover panel called the Swoosh Cover Panel Confetti Cuts.
I masked off the outer frame of the Swoosh Cover Panel die-cut, then did the rainbow blending. I glued the ink-blended die-cut to a couple more plain die-cuts to build up a little more dimension, then adhered them all to a white card base. In the white space around the swoosh, I stamped a Work of Art sentiment.
For some subtle added interest, I added the thin white frame, which is from All Framed Up. Last touch was to place some colorful sequins onto the swoosh along with a stamped and die-cut paintbrush from Work of Art.
Stamps: Work of Art
Confetti Cuts Dies: Work of Art, Swoosh Cover Panel, All Framed Up
Ink: Distress Oxide inks (Worn Lipstick, Spiced Marmalade, Fossilized Amber,
Peeled Paint, Cracked Pistachio, Broken China, Faded Jeans, Wilted Violet)
Reverse Confetti Midnight
Paper: White card stock
Other: Jillibean Soup jumbo sentiments
Next is a super sweet clean-and-simple number. I randomly stamped the paper airplanes from Take Flight onto a white card panel using Sunshine, Iced Aqua, Piggy Bank, and Lime Green inks. Then I added a few of the dotted-line clouds in Stone ink. The sentiment is stamped in Midnight ink.
... and scattered some Raindrops around the airplanes.
The stamped panel is popped up onto a white card base using a layer of fun foam.
Stamps: Take Flight
Ink: Sunshine, Piggy Bank, Iced Aqua, Lime Green, Midnight
Paper: white card stock
Other: fun foam, clear Wink of Stella, Raindrops
My last card features Rollin'. What a fun set! In addition to the roller skates, there is a bicycle and a hopscotch board.
I used the Hello & Thanks Label Confetti Cuts die to cut the widow out of a yellow pattern in the Pattern Play paper pad. I mounted that to a white panel and stamped the sentiment and adhered sequins.
The pair of skates were stamped with Rollin', die-cut with the Rollin' Confetti Cuts, then colored with Copics. I added tiny bows to the tops of the shoelaces, silver Sakura Gelly Roll pen to the metal plates on the skates, and Glossy Accents to the wheels. I also painted over the stamped sentiment using a clear Wink of Stella brush pen.
For one final accent, I tied some Strawberry twine to a mini binder clip and clipped it onto the yellow panel.
Confetti Cuts: Rollin' Hello & Thanks Label
Ink: Flamingo, Midnight
Paper: Cloud White and RC Aqua card stock; Pattern Play paper pad
Other: Strawberry Twine, star sequins, Jilibean Soup black jumbo sequins,
clear Wink of Stella, silver Gelly Roll pen, Glossy Accents, mini binder clip
Visit the Reverse Confetti blog for links to all the designers sharing projects today. Remember to leave lots of comments for a chance to win a party-size Reverse Confetti gift certificate.
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