Reverse Confetti Countdown Release May 8th-Sneak Peeks Day 2




Hello, crafty friends!


I'm thrilled to be joining Reverse Confetti along with some amazingly talented designers for their upcoming release on May 8th, 2022.

Today starts the countdown to this release so I am sharing some sneak peeks using stamp sets, co-ordinating Confetti Cuts and some Stand Alone Confetti Cuts.


Reverse Confetti are releasing 6 new stamp sets and 10 new Confetti Cuts plus, there's a free stamp set with every qualifying purchase! There will be sneak peek posts each day now until the release on May 8th.

See below for details on how you can follow the sneak peeks and have a chance to win giveaway prizes......

Win Prizes!

Reverse Confetti are giving away a $25 gift certificate for a blog commenter & $25 gift certificate for a Facebook Commenter. Be sure to leave some love at every stop and make sure you head over to the Reverse Confetti's Facebook Page following each days countdown day's blog hop.

***Comments close noon CST May 7th, 2022 and the winner will be announced 5pm May 7th, 2022 on the Reverse Confetti Blog & Facebook Page***



Roses

By now you will know I love my florals so today's cards are full of floral goodness well.

The Roses Stamp Set being released on May 8th is soooo pretty.

For the lilac roses, I used my faithful Copic markers in colours YG41, G43, V12 & V15. I stamped off the cardstock on opposite corners and then coloured the florals. I was very brave after this, I used the brand new upcoming Confetti Cut Circle Gift Card Holder.....it's a genius idea!!

More about that in the official release.

Are you getting excited yet? Eeeek!




My second card uses the Roses Stamp Set, but this time I used the beautiful frame die that is included with the co-ordinating Roses Confetti Cuts. I wanted different contrasting colours so I used Copic markers Y11, Y15, Y18, G00 & G02. I cut the frame die twice in co-ordinating cardstock and just added the sentiment on the lower green panel.

The large central sentiment is the new Confetti Cut Layered Friends. Such a gorgeous font, so I die cut it in shiny gold as it looked so effective against the green & yellow hues.




A Beautiful Day

Does this beautiful butterfly blow you away or what? It's quite magnificent!

This gorgeous stamp set is called A Beautiful Day and it comes with co-ordinating Confetti Cuts.

Every stamping stash should always have a great butterfly collection and this is perfect.

I die cut the butterflies after colouring them with Copic markers RV10, R81, R85, Y11 & Y18.

For the background, I stamped one of the images lightly in grey dye ink to form a background.

There's a tip there for you.... Any stamp can create a background!


Wildflowers

Okay, last project, you could say maybe saving the best for last?

This is another gorgeous floral stamp set with co-ordinating Confetti Cuts called Wildflowers. I coloured them with Copic markers G21, G94, B21 &B37.

This is such a beautiful set and on release day, I will share this beauty in a couple of different ways to demonstrate how one stamp can be used on different card sizes and a matching gift tag...are you excited to see??







Well, I hope I have inspired you today my friends. Make sure you continue with the sneak peek hop and comment to have a chance of winning.


Below is the full blog list, so go show some love and remember to leave your comments for your chance to win!


Reverse Confetti Cheryl Espie Audrey Tokach Maria Russell Lisa Henke Anita Madden Amy Kolling Dana Kirby Jeanne Jachna Amy Tsuruta Colleen Beamish


Thanks so much for hopping along and I will see you tomorrow for the final day of Sneak Peeks!







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