Reverse Confetti Lovely Day

Hello Friends and welcome back to my blog! Thanks so much for stopping! It’s day two of the Reverse Confetti Countdown to Confetti! The release will go live on July 8th, so please note that new product links won’t be active until release day and time! To celebrate the Countdown, we are having a blog hop! I hope you’ll hop around and leave comments along the way for your chance to win a gift certificate! Details below! Today’s project is featuring the Lovely Day Sentiments stamp set along with the Bloom set, and Peekaboo Cover Panel Confetti Cuts from the new July release! I enjoy coloring, so this was a super fun card for me! Let’s jump right in!

I began this project by stamping the elements from the Bloom stamp set using VersaFine Onyx Black ink and heat embossing those using Ranger Clear Embossing Powder, on Neenah Classic Crest 110lb cardstock. While I was already stamping, I went ahead and stamped my sentiment from the Lovely Day Sentiments set using the same ink and powder. I used Copic Markers Y08, Y11, Y13, Y15, YG07, YG11, YG13, YG17, YG61, RV00, RV10, RV11, RV32, RV34, BG70, BG72, BG75, BV00, BV01, BV02 and YR24 to color the flowers and leaves before using the Bloom Confetti Cuts to run those through my die cutting machine.

I cut a panel of Neenah 110lb cardstock using the Peekaboo Cover Panel Confetti Cuts and carefully pulled up some of the cut portions. Laura Bassen would have used the term “jooshed.” So yeah, I jooshed the little peekaboo areas on the panel. I applied foam tape to the back of the flowers and adhered those to my panel, tucking the leaves behind the single flower at the bottom and securing with glue. I trimmed off the excess and adhered this panel to a black cardstock panel.

I fussy cut my sentiment and popped it in the center of the card using foam tape again. I love foam tape, if you couldn’t tell! Anyhoo, my panels were then attached to my card base, which is also Neenah 110lb. To finish up the project, I added some PinkFresh Studio Jewels because you’ve gotta have bling!

That does it! I hope you enjoyed this project, and I hope it inspires you to get crafty! I hope you’ll hop over and check out the new July release from Reverse Confetti! It’s such a beautiful release!

As I mentioned earlier, we are celebrating this release with a blog hop! You can comment along the hop for your chance to win a $15 gift certificate. Comments close on July 7th at noon CST, and the winner will be announced at 5:00pm on the Reverse Confetti Blog and Facebook page. Speaking of Facebook, you can also leave a comment over there for another chance to win a gift certificate! You can head to the RC Blog for more details! Here is the full hop line-up!

Reverse Confetti Blog

Amy Kolling

Tricia Barber

Lisa Henke

Deanne Kuntz

Tracy Ware

Ali Farmer

Dilay Nacar

Jeanne Jachna

Kelly Griglione

Audrey Tokach

Olga Moss

Candice Fisher

Olga Matyushevskaya

Amy Tsuruta

Joe Sysavath

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15 thoughts on “Reverse Confetti Lovely Day

  1. roxanne tellini

    I have a habit of looking at a card and trying to imagine how it was put together. I totally thought you used black embossing powder here. The line work of the image looks very dimensional.

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    1. tracyware333

      Hey Roxanne! I never have good luck with black embossing powder, ever! So I always opt to stamp the image in VersaFine Onyx Black and then emboss using clear embossing powder, which is what I did here. I’ve tried black embossing powder many times, and it always sticks in places that I don’t want it. No matter how much anti-static powder that I put on it. Hope that helps!

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