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Reverse Confetti Blog Hop

Hello crafty friends! It’s time for another blog hop for Reverse Confetti where the Design Team will share lots of inspiration on every stop on the hop!

Today I’m sharing a cute no-line coloring card using the Enchanted Garden stamp set. I first stamped my images out onto a panel of Fabriano Accademia 200 gsm cardstock in InkOn3 FadeOut Ink. I used masks made out of full stick post it notes to do the stamping and saved the masks for later as well. I then colored in my images with my Faber Castell Polychromos pencils. You can see the full coloring in the video down below!

I then masked off my images once more and added my inkblending. I used Pinkfresh Studio inks for this, Ocean Breeze, Soft Lilac, Ballet Slippers and Apricot blending those on with blending brushes. I then tore a piece of purple tape so it had a jagged edge and I can use that as masking for my grassy hills. I blended those on with Grassy Knoll and Evergreen ink.

Next I made my frame. I die cut the Hello Daisy Confetti Cuts frame 4 times out of thick white cardstock. I then also die cut a bunch of the flowers from pink and orange ink smooshed backgrounds. I made those with Distress Oxide inks and added golden splatter as well. I stacked the four frames together so every corner of my frame had some daisies in it, that means two of the die cuts are pretty side down but it won’t be very noticeable since we’ll glue the flowers on too. I added those on with a jewel picker to make my life easier and for the centers of the flowers I used the Ivory Seashell Nuvodrops.

If you’d like to see all of this process and a bonus matching envelope design, head on over to the video!

I hope you hop along to all the other inspirational posts linked down below and don’t forget that Reverse Confetti has a fantastic sale going on as well!

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