Reverse Confetti - July Release Countdown Day Two


Hi everyone, and welcome to Release Countdown Day Two. Today we are showing off the new 'Mod Floral Stack' and 'Pattern Builder' stamp sets. The list is down below of the designers sneak peek posts. 

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Release Day Two:

Eloise Blue

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Prizes Information:

$15 prize to a Blog commenter, $15 to a Facebook commenter. Be sure to leave comments on all the designers blogs for a chance to win, and also the Facebook post, too! Comments will close at noon CST time on May 7th, and the winner will be announced at 5pm on May 7th, on the blog and facebook page. Good luck!

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Now let's move onto my card for today. Today I just used the new Mod Floral Stack stamp set being shown today, but the image from the other set is down below; it's a good one! I also pulled in the new paper pad.


To begin my card today I started off with placing the stamps in my MISTI, I started off with the largest image first. I then inked it up with a light yellow ink and stamped it down, next I took a medium shade yellow ink and inked it up again - this time I dabbed off the excess on the sides of the image with a cloth and stamped down again, this creates a gradient effect. Lastly, I repeated the same step with the darkest shade of yellow ink, but dabbing off more. This creates one solid image, but it has a ombre/gradient to it - which is super cool. I repeated this for all four of the images, I did the two largest in yellow, the two smallest in pink. Then I cut them out using the coordinating dies.


When I received my package from Reverse Confetti, my paper pad was wrapped in this brown textured paper, so I deiced to use that as a layer on my card. I cut down a piece and adhered it with foam tape onto a piece of green/blue striped patterned paper from the new Cue The Confetti Paper Pad. I then added foam tape onto the backs of my images I stamped earlier and arranged them to look like butterflies. I love this so much! I then added coordinating colours of enamel dots to the centre. 

To finish up this card, I took some brown twine and added a bow to the panel. I also white heat embossed the 'Many Thanks' sentiment from Mod Floral Stack set as well onto a thin strip of black cardstock. 

Thanks so much for stopping by today to see the second day of sneak peeks, be sure to check back tomorrow, to leave a comment and also visit the other designers above. See you tomorrow!

- Eloise

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11 comments

  1. Pretty butterflies with this set and I like the brown paper you used.

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  2. Yay! I LOVE this and often upcycle the RC packaging too!

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  3. Love your card. The packaging is perfect and I love the texture.

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  4. So very pretty! I really love these dies made into
    butterflies. And the brown textured paper is a perfect
    layer (reminds me of the back side of the hot coffee
    holders (which I save, of course!).

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  5. I love the texture you gave your card and the wonderful way you re-purposed the packaging! Fabulous! :)

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  6. What a beautiful card! I love how you used the mod floral Stack stamps :)

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  7. Beautiful, love all the texture.

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  8. Wonderful card with those sweet butterflies!

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  9. Simple, but illustrates the new products very well.

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