Countdown to Confetti Day Three: My World

Hey there ‘Fetti Fans, it’s the Countdown to Confetti Day 3!!
On the 8th all the new Reverse Confetti stamps and confetti cuts AND the limited edition Quick Card Panels will be available for purchase. We will be counting down the fun until New Release Day!  

Changes…we’re super sad to say good bye to the awesome Amber Hight.  I love her style and will continue to stalk her blog!

We’re super excited to announce two new Confetti Crew members:  



Our July/August ‘Fetti Friends are:



Let’s get started, shall we?!

Check out today’s featured stamp and Confetti Cut:  My World

cardstock:  papertrey ink vellum, stampin’ up basic black + gold  paper:  studio calico/abroad  stamps:  reverse confetti/my world  ink:  stampin’ up white embossing powder  other:  reverse confetti globe confetti cut
How fun is this?!  I actually used the circle from the Donut You Know Confetti Cuts for the globe.  I’m smitten with the chalkboard technique and I’m on the hunt for a used globe so that I can DIY something exactly like my card.

  • There will be two $15 gift certificates up for grabs. One for blog commenters, one for Facebook commenters.
  • Go ahead and leave a comment on each sneak peek post for each designer. 
  • Comments will close at noon CST on July 7th and the winner will be announced at 5pm on July 7th on the RC blog and FB page.
  • Please go to the RC Facebook page (with link) for a chance to win the other $15 gift certificate.
Remember to hop over to the Reverse Confetti Blog to see all the fabulous inspiration and to leave comments on my other teamies blogs!

38 thoughts on “Countdown to Confetti Day Three: My World”

  1. Love the gold base and the blackboard for the world.
    Now I have a use for those atlases they have been taking up space in the closet.
    thanks for sharing.

    Reply
  2. So after seeing some of the other DT creations, I'm surprised to not see the circle/heart. However, your card is so perfect; the shiny gold does it for me!

    Reply
  3. I had trouble believing the sentiments would fit inside the globe. Love that you did this and used metallic for the globe "easel."

    Reply
  4. So fun, Amy! I love that you can see a hint of the map paper underneath the vellum, and your chalkboard globe is adorable. Very creative use of your dies to make that globe!

    Reply

Leave a Comment