Friday, July 6, 2018

Countdown to Confetti - Day 2: Mod Floral Stack & Pattern Builder


Hello there!  It's day 2 of the Countdown to Confetti at Reverse Confetti!  Today, we are showcasing the new Pattern Builder and Mod Floral Stack stamp sets!

To create my card, I started off with a Premier Polar White card base.  To the left side of the card base, I added a strip of patterned paper from the new Cue the Confetti paper pad.  I diecut the new Geo Panel Confetti Cuts from white cardstock, and snipped the bottom pair of squares off.  I stamped the Pattern Builder in three different colors, using light and dark inks for each section.  I used Iced Aqua & Lagoon, Peach & Tangerine, and Piggy Bank & Magenta.

Pattern Builder 1

I popped the medallion up in the center of the Geo Panel using foam tape.  Then, I diecut the banner from the Flowers For Mom Confetti Cuts die set out of white cardstock, and stamped a sentiment from the new Mod Floral Stack stamp set in Lagoon ink.  To finish off the center of the medallion, I added a pretty teal button to match the sentiment.

Pattern Builder 2



That's all for me today!  Be sure to visit the rest of the design team blogs because they have lots to share with you today, too!  Hope you will stop back by tomorrow for another peek at more new release goodies! :)






 












12 comments:

~amy~ said...

Pretty, love the added button!

Sue D said...

Very pretty. I like the design with the squares.

Debbie said...

Very pretty. Love how the white geo panel grounds the design.

Debra Rumpza said...

Lovely card!

Rebecca Yahrling said...

Love the boldy bright colors and this beautiful
design. The button adds a touch of 'special'.

sharon g said...

Your bold colors look great. They are good for just about every season.

Jennifer Scull said...

Such a beautiful, vibrant card with the new stamps! :)

Stephanie said...

Very Pretty.

Kathy said...

Love the black bag patterns with your bright focal point!

Isabel Z said...

You are so talented; I love what you created!

Beth Ann said...

Love what you did with this girlfriend!!! Great color combo!!!

Sherri Little said...

I like how you cut the background geo panel to fit your need.

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