Reverse Confetti March Countdown to Confetti Day Three – Happy Birthday to Ewe

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

Tomorrow all the new Reverse Confetti stamps, confetti cuts + other new product lines will be available for purchase!!

This month we welcome Kathy Schweinfurth as our March/April ‘Fetti Friend!

Today we’re featuring:

All About Ewe stamps + coordinating confetti cuts
Easter Blessings

I’m also featuring:

Big Chevies Cover Panel
Drop Cover Panel
Sand + Dark Roast Cardstock

Here’s how I was inspired:

I used Avocado and Lime Green Cardstock with the Big Chevies Cover Panel.  The All About Ewe stamped images have been colored with Zig Clean Color Markers.  The sentiment has been heat embossed in white on Midnight cardstock.

I wanted to design another card using the new neutral palette:

The base is Dark Roast, the Sand panel has been embossed with the Drop Cover Panel (I used an embossing pad).  The sweet animals are on a Circle Band.  They’ve been colored with my Zig Clean Color Markers and the sentiment has been heat embossed in white.
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 March 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!   

Heather Pulvirenti

Lisa Henke

Amy Rohl

Heather Hoffman

Amy Kolling

Melissa Phillips

Amy Tsuruta

Audrey Tokach

Amy Sheffer

Leigh Penner

Jeanne Jachna

Laurie Schmidlin

Susan Liles

And, our March/April ‘Fetti Friend…

Kathy Schweinfurth







38 thoughts on “Reverse Confetti March Countdown to Confetti Day Three – Happy Birthday to Ewe”

  1. They are both adorable cards! The first one has your face and name :). The second has colors I adore, especially for Winter clothes… and one of my favorite cover panel, love those drops!

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  2. Great use of the bold chevron cover plate! Your choice of green is the perfect choice for your ewe scene 🙂

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