Welcome back to Day 2 of the Reverse Confetti July release! I hope you enjoyed looking at all of the beautiful examples from the rest of the Confetti Crew yesterday! We've got some equally fun products that we are showcasing, but before I dive in, don't forget to head to the other designer's blogs for lots more inspiration using these new sets!And, as always, there are prizes up for grabs....a $25 gift certificate to one blog commenter and a $25 gift certificate to one Facebook commenter. The Blog link is listed below and this is the link to the Facebook page:
I'm so in love with everything that is beings showcased today! I love, love, love the new geo panel confetti cut and the new Pattern Builder stamp set! I paired it with the most amazing new paper pad called "Cue the Confetti"...isn't that adorable? The papers are TO DIE FOR! I used one of the patterns on my card today.
I die cut the geo panel out of a few pieces of white cardstock and glued them together. I glued them onto a piece of sheer vellum to mute out the pattern paper just slightly. I didn't want the bold stripes to compete with the geometric pattern of the die and the vellum was the perfect fit! It was so easy to adhere the vellum piece to the striped paper by turning it upside down and adding glue to the places where the geo panel would hide them. Clear as mud? LOL!
I had so much fun mixing and matching the images from the Pattern Builder set to create these two colorful focal pieces. I also used the coordinating Confetti Cuts. My Cuttlebug decided to break on me while I was busy making all of my samples and I just wanted to cry! It was the worst possible time! I am hoping to have some additional projects made to show all of these fabulous products! I was sooooooo disappointed! My mom lent me hers so that I can finish up some other commitments! Aren't Moms the best?
The sentiment, which is from the new Mod Floral stack, is embossed on a vellum strip in gold. I normally wouldn't add a sentiment to the very middle of the card, but because of the placement of the two Pattern Builder pieces, it was just right! Thanks for fluttering by!