Countdown to Confetti Day Two – Work of Art

Hey there ‘Fetti Fans, it’s the Countdown to Confetti Day 2!!!!  We’re celebrating Reverse Confetti’s 4th Birthday!!!!!

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

This month we welcome Tricia Barber as our May/June ‘Fetti Friend!  We’re also welcoming the awesome Kathy Schweinfurth as a Design Team member!

Today we’re featuring:

Work of Art stamps + coordinating confetti cuts
Rollin’ stamps + coordinating confetti cuts
Take Flight stamps + coordinating confetti cuts

I’m also featuring:

Buttercup Cardstock
Sunshine cardstock
Rust cardstock
Round Top Tag confetti cuts
Pattern Play 6×6 paper pad

Up first is the fabulous Work of Art set:
This is a must have for all you crafty peeps.  Such a great set!  I inked up the sentiment with the Hero Arts Ombre Spring Brights ink pad.  I kept the design super clean and crisp so that the focus is on the sentiment.  The paintbrush has been stamped in midnight and die cut out, love how it goes off the white panel just a smidge.

Next up is the Rollin’ stamp set:

Big smiles when I finished this one, I love Buttercup + Rust cardstock teamed up together!  I stamped up my own pattern paper panel.  I’m a big fan of repeat stamping, using tone on tone.  I added a bloom from the Blooms ‘N Buds set.  Inking up the edge of the Buttercup panel with Buttercup ink adds more POP, don’t you agree?

The new Round Top Tag is so much fun…love how you see the peek-a-boo top under the ribbon from my stash.  LOVE the fun sentiments in the Rollin’ set!

My final card for today features the Take Flight stamps + coordinating confetti cuts:

I had to ink up the paper airplane!  For those of you that haven’t been following me for awhile, I get to share Darin’s hobby of flying.  He built a two seater RV-9a airplane.  My favorite place to fly locally is the San Juan Islands.

Love the new Pattern Play 6×6 paper pad.  The grey with white stars panel looks awesome with the pops of red!  This is going to Darin’s daughter who will be graduating with her Masters in Teaching next month!

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 May 7th and there will be a $50 Gift Certificate for one blog commenter and also one FB commenter.  You’ll want to also pop over to the Reverse Confetti blog for daily giveaways!

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

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31 thoughts on “Countdown to Confetti Day Two – Work of Art”

  1. these cards are so clean and it seems like I can definitely do a 'bulk" amount in a weekend! thanks!

  2. Great cards! Love the simplicity of the work of art one. The bicycles as the background is wonderful, love the rust colored ink!

  3. Love that yellow. The big bow is fun.
    The other cards are plain and simple
    and wonderful.
    thanks for sharing.

  4. All three cards are gorgeous, Amy! Your first card is my favorite as the sentiment is clearly the star with the tonal stamping and the addition of the paint brush. Love it!! 🙂

  5. What great relations, Amy! I really couldn't choose a favorite, just like their mid-tone colors and simple style with the sentiment you chose.

  6. Sweet and simple designs! I especially love your second card. At first glance, the bicycle wheels reminded me of lemon slices 🙂

  7. Wonderful work Amy. Love the yellows in this release. Congrats on the flying. Sounds awesome. Thanks for inspiring.

  8. Love your colors, patterns, and design. Another great release. Just lovely.

  9. Beautiful cards, Amy! As always, I love so much how you use colors!!! My fav is the first one, so simple but really gorgeous!!! <3

  10. I love how the sentiments are the most important elements of your cards, and the other images are accents. It's a fun twist on what we stampers usually do!

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