Skip to main content


Showing posts from June, 2021

Stock Your Stash Challenge - Reverse Confetti

  Hell, Crafty friends! This month, the theme for  Reverse Confetti 's Stock Your Stash Challenge is Hello/Just Because, so I made a card with a matching tag. I used the Cup of Friendship stamp set for these projects.  To start, I die cut a panel using the Oval Window Cover Panel Confetti Cuts in pink cardstock. I then stamped, colored, and cut the beautiful florals from Cup of Friendship stamp set.  Next, I made an A2 size card base and inked the bottom area with Picked Raspberry distress oxide and stamped Hello sentiment from the Cup of Friendship stamp set . I adhered the panel onto the card base and adhered the stamped elements. I then inked a scrap of cardstock with Peacock Feathers distress oxide and used the Letter Cuts Confetti Cuts to cut out YOU. I cut the letters 3 more times and stacked them up for dimension. Lastly, I adhered the letters under the Hello sentiment and added sparkling jewels here and there for more interest.  The tag is made using the Celebrate Tag

Friendship card - Reverse Confetti

 Hello friends! For today's blog hop, I have made a card and tag set from the latest Reverse Confetti release. I just love the beautiful blooms from the Cup of Friendship Stamp Set. I've made 3 different cards and tags with this set already and I can't seem to put it away.  To begin, I started with a Double Stitch Window Cover Panel in white cardstock and inked the bottom heavily with pink ink. I then brushed lightly towards the top of the card, for a nice ombre look. Next, I stamped, colored, and cut the flowers with their coordinating dies. I didn't color the tea cup as I wanted to used the flowers only. I then stamped the sentiment onto the card panel before adhering the flowers onto the card.  For the tag , I used the same inks and markers to create a perfectly matched set. That's all for this simple yet beautiful card and tag duo. Thank you so much for stopping by today! Hop along with us for more creative inspiration: Reverse Confetti Blog Amy Kolling Tricia