Friday, November 26, 2021

Sunny Studio Stamps - Snow One Like You



Hello friends! Today, I am here with a fun card to share with you using the Snow One Like You stamp set from Sunny Studio Stamps!  To create my card, I started off by adding a piece of pink cable knit patterned paper from the  Sweater Weather 6x6 paper pad to an A2 card base.  For the focal point, I started by adding white Lacy Snowflakes to a piece of white cardstock to serve as the background for my scene.  I created a frame with two rectangle dies from the Stitched Rectangles dies, and used the Slimline Nature Borders dies to cut a hill from the smaller rectangle which I then inked with Salvaged Patina Distress ink.

Snow One Like You

  Then, I stamped and colored the adorable image from the Snow One Like You stamp set, and diecut it with the coordinating dies.  I popped it up on the background I created, and stamped the sentiment from the set under the image.  I glued the focal point frame to the card base, and added some white gel pen accents, black glaze pen to the snowman's eyes, Frosted Lace Stickles and a trio of tiny clay hearts to finish off my card.
 
Snow One Like You

That's all for me today!  Thanks so much for stopping by! :)

Friday, November 19, 2021

Sunny Studio Stamps - Pristine Poinsettia & Winter Greenery



Hello friends!  I am  here to share a project with you today using the Pristine Poinsettia dies and the Wintery Greenery dies from Sunny Studio Stamps!  To create my card, I started off with a piece of white cardstock cut to 4" x 5.25".  I splattered on some Brushed Pewter Distress Mica Spray from Tim Holtz.  At the bottom of the panel, I added a strip of wood grain paper from the Subtle Grey Tones 6x6 paper pad, and bordered that with a skinny strip of silver glitter paper to bring out the shine in the mica spray splatters.  To construct my Pristine Poinsettia, I cut the layers from light pink, medium red and burgundy cardstock and inked the edges of each in either Worn Lipstick, Festive Berries or Aged Mahogany Distress Oxide inks.  Then, I splattered on some of the same inks, and some watered down white acrylic paint.  I glued each of the petal layers together with a glue pen, and added foam tape between each layer of petals for some dimension.  

Sunny Studio Poinsettia

For the leaves, I cut the bigger holly leaves from the Wintery Greenery die set from light green cardstock, and inked the edges with Peeled Paint Distress Oxide.  I splattered on some Rustic Wilderness Oxide and white acrylic paint.  The smaller leaves were diecut from darker green cardstock and inked with Rustic Wilderness Oxide.  I glued the poinsettia down just in the center, tucked the leaves behind it and glued them down with a glue pen once I was happy with the arrangements. I stamped a sentiment from the Holiday Express stamp set on a white banner, and heat embossed it with silver embossing powder.  To finish off the card, I added a scattering of clear sequins before popping the panel up on an A2 white card base.

Sunny Studio Poinsettia

That's all for me today!  Thanks so much for stopping by! :)


Friday, November 12, 2021

Sunny Studio Stamps - Gingerbread House

 



Hello friends!  I am here today with some sweet holiday wishes!  I used the new Gingerbread House die from Sunny Studio Stamps to make a shaped card!  This die is a large size and nearly fills an A2 card front.  It's perfect for creating shaped cards.  I started off by diecutting two of the largest house dies from medium  brown cardstock, along with all of the windows, the door, and the roof.  I used Vintage Photo Distress Oxide to ink the edges of each piece for more contrast.  Then, I cut the window, door and roof trim from white cardstock, and the body of the house from light pink cardstock.  If you have followed me for any length of time a pink gingerbread house should not surprise you at all! ;)  The edges of the main part of the house were inked with Worn Lipstick Distress Oxide.  Then, I diecut one of the Icing Borders from white cardstock glued that near the bottom of the house. I adhered all of the other pieces with liquid glue, and added Diamond Stickles to nearly everything.  LOL!  I forgot that ink will make the Stickles change color slightly, and that is why my roof looks a bit gold.  I think it is a fun contrast to the white.  

Sunny Studio Gingerbread House

Next, I stamped the two gingerbread from the Christmas Cookies stamp set in brown ink and colored them with Copic markers.  They were diecut with the coordinating Christmas Cookies dies.  The brown ink makes they look a but like I did no-line coloring.  I added their little faces back ink with a brown pen, and enhanced their icing stripes with a white gel pen, then popped them up with foam tape.  I adhered the front of the house to a second house diecut that I scored about 1/2" front the top so the card would open properly.  Finally, I added white gel pen accents to the rest of the card, and a few tiny clay hearts to finish off my card.

Sunny Studio Gingerbread House

That's all for me today!  Thanks so much for stopping by! :)

Monday, November 8, 2021

Reverse Confetti November Blog Hop

 
WOOHOO!  It's Reverse Confetti release day!  All of the new goodies that we have be showing off the past few days are available NOW in the Reverse Confetti store and at your favorite retailers!  If you order from the Reverse Confetti store, this month we are offering a free gift with $60 purchase!  Snowy Sentiments pairs perfectly with all of your winter favorites!  I have used this set on several of my cards this week.  I just love the font!


I have one more card to share with you, and I couldn't resist using the new Polar Party stamp set.  To create my card, I started off with a piece of white cardstock diecut with the Along the Dotted Lines Cover Panel.  I added a strip of polka dot paper from the Hello Holidays paper pad along the bottom edge and framed the scene with the largest frame from the Stitched Note &Frames Cover Panel cut from red cardstock.  I stamped and colored several images from Polar Party and diecut them with the coordinating Polar Party Confetti Cuts dies.  The lights and tree were glued down with a glue pen and the critters were popped up for added dimension.

RC Polar Fun

I added some Christmas Red and Diamond Stickes for some sparkle, and some white gel pen accents to my images.  Then, I stamped a scattering of red snowflakes from the set.  The sentiment is from the previously released Sparkle & Shine Sentiments stamp set.

RC Polar Fun

That's all for me today!  Be sure to hop along to see what the rest of the team and our guests have to share with you today!!  Thanks for stopping  by! :)

Sunday, November 7, 2021

Countdown to Confetti - Day 3

 

Hello there!  Welcome to the countdown to Confetti Day #3 with Reverse Confetti!  All of the products that we will be showcasing over the next few days will be available on the Reverse Confetti website and at your favorite retailers on November 8th!  If you order from the Reverse Confetti store, this month we are offering a free gift with $60 purchase!  Snowy Sentiments pairs perfectly with all of your winter favorites!

Today, we are showcasing my favorites from the release, Polar Party and Adore Him!  First up, Polar Party.  To create this card, I started off by diecutting the Along the Dotted Lines Cover Panel from white cardstock.  I ink blended Tumbled Glass Oxide ink on the bottom 2/3 of the panel.  Then, I tore a piece of white cardstock to ground my scene.  The torn edge looks a bit like piled up snow.  I stamped and colored several images from Polar Party and diecut them with the coordinating Polar Party Confetti Cuts

RC Polar Fun

I glued the lighted garland down with a glue pen, and popped the bear and tree up with foam tape.  The sentiment is from the free gift with $60 purchase, Snowy Sentiments.  I filled in the area around my scene with a scattering of stamped snowflakes from the Polar Party stamp set, and added some Diamond Stickles to the lights and tree.  Before I mounted the panel to an A2 card base, I trimmed about 1/4 inch off of the bottom and added a snippet of coordinating striped paper.

RC Polar Fun

My second card features the new Adore Him stamp set.  I have been wishing for a Reverse Confetti Nativity set, and I am so thrilled with this one!  To create this card, I started off with the new Brilliance Cover Panel cut from white cardstock.  I ink blended the background with Blueprint Sketch, Chipped Sapphire and Black Soot Distress Oxide inks.  Then, I splattered the paper with water and gold metallic watercolor.  I stamped and colored images from the Adore Him stamp set, and diecut them with the coordinating Adore Him Confetti Cuts.

RC Adore Him

To ground the images, I tore a piece of kraft cardstock, then inked the edge with Vintage Photo Distress and splattered it with Vintage Photo and white watered down paint.  I popped everything up with foam tape.  The sentiment is gold heat embossed on dark blue cardstock.  To finish off my card, I added white gel pen accents and some gold gems.

RC Adore Him

 That's all for me today, but be sure to hop along and see what the rest of the team has to share with you!  Comment along the way for your chance to win a Reverse Confetti gift certificate!  Be sure to stop back by tomorrow to see what else I have to share with you!  Thanks for stopping by! :)

Reverse Confetti

Dilay Nacar

Audrey Tokach

Ashley Ebben

Lisa Henke

Amy Kolling

Andrea Shell

Kellianne Wilson

Dana Kirby

Amy Tsuruta

Stefanie Loh

Jeanne Jachna






Saturday, November 6, 2021

Countdown to Confetti - Day 2

 

Hello there!  Welcome to the countdown to Confetti Day #2 with Reverse Confetti!  All of the products that we will be showcasing over the next few days will be available on the Reverse Confetti website and at your favorite retailers on November 8th!  If you order from the Reverse Confetti store, this month we are offering a free gift with $60 purchase!  Snowy Sentiments pairs perfectly with all of your winter favorites!

Today, we are showcasing the new Retro Holiday stamp set and coordinating Retro Holiday Confetti Cuts dies.  To create my first card, I started off by putting a piece of Darling  Dots patterned paper to an A2 card base  On top of that, I layered the new Open Drop Cover Panel cut from white cardstock.  Then, I stamped and gold heat embossed the cluster of stars from the Retro Holiday stamp set two times on white cardstock.  I pulled out the previously released Joys of the Season stamp set, and stamped and diecut the candy cane from the set with the coordinating Joys of the Season Confetti Cuts dies.  

RC Retro Holiday

I adhered the stars to the right size of the panel with a glue pen, and popped the candy cane up with foam tape.  Then, I heat embossed a sentiment from the Retro Holiday on a strip of cardstock, which I rounded with a corner rounder.  To finish off my card, I added a scattering of gold sequins and and some glittery stickles to the candy cane.

RC Retro Holiday

To create my second card, I started off with a piece of white cardstock cut to  4" x 5.25".  I splattered it with gold metallic watercolor.  Then, I heat embossed the open star cluster from Retro Holiday in gold embossing powder and stamped some of the smaller whimsical stars in red ink and diecut with the Retro Holiday Confetti Cuts dies.  For the focal point, I diecut the new Ornament Confetti Cuts die from gold metallic cardstock and more of the Darling Dots patterned paper.  I pieced them together and glued everything flat with a glue pen.
 

RC Retro Holiday

For the sentiment, I diecut the new Layered Joy Confetti Cuts die from white and red cardstock.  I layered the red text layer on the white shadow and centered that on the ornament.  Before popping the panel up on an A2 card base, I added a strip of red and white patterned paper from the Hello Holidays paper pad.

RC Retro Holiday

That's all for me today, but be sure to hop along and see what the rest of the team has to share with you!  Comment along the way for your chance to win a Reverse Confetti gift certificate!  Be sure to stop back by tomorrow to see what else I have to share with you!  Thanks for stopping by! :)

Reverse Confetti

Dilay Nacar

Audrey Tokach

Ashley Ebben

Lisa Henke

Amy Kolling

Andrea Shell

Kellianne Wilson

Dana Kirby

Amy Tsuruta

Stefanie Loh

Jeanne Jachna







Friday, November 5, 2021

Sunny Studio Stamps - Oval Dies

 



Hello friends! I am here with a fun and frosty card to share with you today using products from Sunny Studio Stamps!  To create this card, I started off by adhering a piece of polka dot paper from the All Is Bright 6x6 paper pad to the front of an A2 card base.  Then, using more patterned papers from the collection, I diecut the largest oval from both the Stitched Oval 2 Dies and the Scalloped Oval Mat 1 Dies.  I splattered on some watered down white paint to the stitched diecut and adhered them together with liquid glue.  Then, I ran the Stitched Oval die through my diecut machine twice more with white glitter paper and the Slimline Nature Border dies to create the snowy hills to ground my adorable snowmen.  I stamped and colored two snowmen and the tree from Feeling Frosty stamp set, and diecut them with the coordinating Feeling Frosty dies

Sunny Studio Oval Dies

 I arranged my scene, and popped the elements up with foam tape for added dimension.  Then, I stamped a sentiment from the set on a banner diecut, and tucked a few tiny snowflakes around it to fill the sky.  The snowflakes are from the Basic Mini Shapes II die set.  Finally, I adhered the oval focal point to the card base, and added some white gel pen accents and tiny clay hearts to finish off my card.

Sunny Studio Oval Dies

That's all for me today!  Thanks so much for stopping by! :)
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