Reverse Confetti: April New Release Blog Hop!!

post/hop 1 of 2 for today…click HERE for The Ton Spring 2016  Release
Today is the day!  It is the Reverse Confetti April Release Blog Hop!  That means all the new release products that we’ve been sneak peekin’ are now available in the shop!

I have 2 projects to share today, let’s start with my card.  I’m a big fan of prescored card bases.  I bought these silver notecards a while ago and well, simply forgot about them.  That happens quite a bit (smiles)…but they’re perfect for this card.

I absolutely ADORE the Bear Hugs stamp set.  Doesn’t he just make you smile?  I colored him in with my Zig Clean Color Markers.  I’ve teamed him up with the All Apples Confetti Cuts.  I used a School Days Quick Card Panel for the apple!  The sentiment is from the Tie-rific set.  The fun School Days Quick Card Panel makes it look like a polaroid. 
Next up is an ABC project, anything but (a) card. 

I picked up a bunch of these small kraft journal books.  I used the Insta-frame confetti cuts.  Isn’t it FUN?  Check out all the details!  The sentiment is from the  My World stamp set.  I simply wrapped the journal with pretty pale blue ribbon.

I made this one especially for my girl that graduates from the University of Washington this fall.  She and her friend are planning on traveling overseas before going back to school to get their Ph.D.’s.  I’m both excited and well, honestly a nervous Momma.

Make sure you hop around to see what my other teamies designed!

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17 thoughts on “Reverse Confetti: April New Release Blog Hop!!”

  1. Oh shush up, Amy!! I'm loving, loving, loving koala with that big ol' apple!! Your journal is mwah, perfect!

  2. How CUTE is that koala peeking out from behind the apple, love it!! Wonderful project with the insta-frame too!

  3. Oh, that little koala is just too cute! Mine just arrived today, and I can't wait to ink it up, and your journal is perfect!

  4. These are wonderful! I love the little koala peeking out from the apple and that paper on the second project is perfect with the sentiment!

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