Reverse Confetti: baby, it’s cold outside

Popping in here with a card I whipped up this morning!  I used Reverse Confetti’s Seasonal Sentiments…love the chalkboard technique.  I teamed it up with the All Framed Up confetti cuts.  

The wreath and holly have been cut with Avocado cardstock, the berries with Brick and Cloud White.

seasonal sentiments



cloud white


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Been having such a fun holiday with both kids home…makes me one happy momma💚
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22 thoughts on “Reverse Confetti: baby, it’s cold outside”

  1. Those dies are fabulous! Beautiful card, perfect take on the inspiration pic!
    Enjoy all the precious moments with your kids, happy momma :)!

  2. Amy this is so perfect for the challenge! I love your perfect chalkboard. You know I searched through all my stamps looking for one that said "baby it's cold outside", do you think I saw this RC one that I had in my hands–lol? Thank you for sharing with us at Inspired By All the Little Things this week!

  3. That striped ribbon is the perfect accent for this great chalkboard design! Beautiful design! Enjoy having your kids at home!

  4. Yay for your kids being home!! Love your card and the "clean" chalkboard look!

  5. What a lovely card!! The chalkboard look is fantastic!! Glad you are enjoying your kids being home!!

  6. Fabulous card…love that big beautiful stripe bow, the perfect way to finish off your wonderful card.

  7. Awww, love your card, Amy! Your chalkboard frame is fabulous and I love the layered wreath you added. Gorgeous big bow, too!
    So glad you had both kiddos home for the holiday. Doesn't get any better than that!

  8. Those dies are awesome for making beautiful Christmas cards, Amy. Fab take on the inspiration photo

  9. Awesome take on this weeks inspiration photo! Love it! Thanks so much for playing along with us at Inspired By All The Little Things!

  10. Loooooove this! I have that song stuck in my head now. 🙂 Thanks for playing along with us at Inspired by All the Little Things.

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