Reverse Confetti July New Release Creative Hop | S’more fun with you

Today is the day!  The Reverse Confetti July Release is now available for purchase!  We’re celebrating with a hop!  You should have arrived from Justine Hovey’s blog, if not, you’ll want to start at the beginning of the hop which is the Reverse Confetti blog!

What are some of your favorites from this month’s release?!  One of my favorites is the Greatest Adventure set.  Those woodland creatures make me smile!

Okay, let’s start at the bottom and work our way to the top!  I used the fun Geo Panel in Sand cardstock.  I cut a Dashed Line Tag from the new Cue the Confetti 6×6 Paper pad.

Do you like my modern day s’more kit?  I popped graham crackers in the glassine bag.  I only like marshmallows in rice krispies treats so there you go.  Thanks to D for that input while we were at Target.

I added a bunch of the images from the Greatest Adventure set.  The images have been colored with alcohol markers.    The cloud is from the Cool Friend set that I used yesterday.

The tree confetti cut from the Greatest Adventure set has been cut from Avocado cardstock.  Can you tell that both the tag and the sentiment are on foam dimensionals?

I do have another project to share, I inked up the Pattern Builder set:

I used the following ink colors:

Sunshine  •  Pistachio  •  Iced Aqua

I trimmed down the stamped panel a smidge and mounted an A2 sized Sunshine cardstock base.

The sentiment is form The Most Beauty set.   I finished off my card with some enamel dots.

That’s it for me!  I can’t wait to hop around and see how everyone else was inspired.  Now it is time for you to hop over to my teamie, Kathy Schweinfurth!
Ali Farmer  – ‘Fetti Friend
Amy Tsuruta 💚
Olga Moss
Eloise Blue  – ‘Fetti Friend

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10 thoughts on “Reverse Confetti July New Release Creative Hop | S’more fun with you”

  1. I'm in love with The Greatest Adventure also! Love your card! I also love the Geo panel… very versatile, and reminds me of barn doors, so I could totally see using with some farm animals.

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