Reverse Confetti Countdown to Confetti Day 2: Spread the Love

Hey there ‘Fetti Fans, it’s the Countdown to Confetti Day 2!!!!

On the 8th all the new Reverse Confetti stamps and confetti cuts will be available for purchase. We will be counting down the fun until New Release Day! 

Our August ‘Fetti Friends: 

We are also welcoming Heather Hoffman to the Reverse Confetti Crew!

Today, we’re featuring
Forever in Our Hearts
In a Jam stamps + confetti cuts

I have two cards to share with you today.  Let’s start with the one that features, Forever in Our Hearts:

This is one of those sets that everyone needs in their stash.  I went super clean and simple with this card.  I heat embossed the sentiment onto a strip of vellum.  I did a smidge of watercoloring on my base panel with my Kuretake Gansai Tambi set (highly neglected!) and finished it off with a strip of gold glitter cardstock.
I was inspired by CASology:
Next up is my card with the In A Jam set:

Isn’t it so cute?!  I love the In a Jam stamp and coordinating Jam Jar confetti cuts!  I knew that I wanted the top to be gingham.  I cut the jar out with MFT gum drop cardstock and then used my round distress brush along the edges with Hero Arts Green Hills.  The center panel has been stamped with Hero Arts Dandelion…spread the love.  Isn’t it so pretty?  Everything is nestled onto the Stamped Note confetti cut.

I can’t wait to hop around and see what my teamies designed!  Leave a comment on all the sneak peeks post for each designer.  Comments will close at noon CST on August 7th and there will be a $15 Gift Certificate for one blog commenter and also one FB commenter.

Remember to hop over to the Reverse Confetti Blog to see all the fabulous inspiration and to leave comments on my other teamies blogs!  

Amy Kolling

Heather Pulvirenti

Diane Jaquay

Lisa Henke

Amy Rohl

Heather Hoffman

Amy Tsuruta

Audrey Tokach

Amy Sheffer

Leigh Penner

Jeanne Jachna

Laurie Schmidlin

Susan Liles

And, our August ‘Fetti Friends…

Veronica Zalis

Teri Anderson

Feeling Blue
card stock:  ranger watercolor, pti vellum, recollections gold glitter cardstock
stamps:  reverse confetti forever in our hearts
ink:  hero arts fine detail black embossing powder, kuretake gansai tambi watercolors
Spread the love
card stock:  memory box note card, mft lemon drop + gum drop
paper:  mft farm fresh gingham
stamps:  reverse confetti in a jam
ink:  hero arts green hills/dandelion
other:  reverse confetti confetti cuts – jam jar/stamped note 
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44 thoughts on “Reverse Confetti Countdown to Confetti Day 2: Spread the Love”

  1. I love the way you showcased the jam jar!! Just love the watercolor blue background with that sentiment!! Perfect!!!

  2. Your feeling blue card is a spirit-lifter, Amy! Simple, yet deeply thoughtful! And your jam jar: adorable! Nothing better than home-made jam…and home-made cards! Stellar showcases once again!

  3. Great cards! Love the sentiment on vellum on your 1st card and that sweet jam jar on your 2nd!

  4. Your first one is just so sweet and sensitive – I love it! Great cheery colors on the jam jar, too! Love the plaid topper!

  5. I guess you are aware that your first card is simply genius, right? The design and idea behind are totally brilliant! Fun colors and design on the second card… I just love this kind of sentiments, you just don't need to think where to place one in your card, which is FAB!

  6. Wonderful cards Amy! I love the blue watercolor on the first and the bright yellow on the second! Such sweet new sets! 🙂

  7. Fab cards, Amy. Love the Felling Blue ~ it's sure to cheer up any recipient's day! The Jam Jar is adorable 🙂

  8. Love that bit of watercoloring you added to your first card, especially with the little bitty strip of gold. Superb!!!

  9. Going backwards, I missed a lot over the weekend, Amy, sorry to be late, but those are fun cards using fun products!

  10. Amy, both of these cards are awesome but the first one really makes my CAS-loving heart swoon! Thanks for playing along with CASology this week!

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