Reverse Confetti Blog Hop

Hello crafty friends! Another month, another Reverse Confetti Blog Hop! Such a fun thing to look forward to every time. I will have a video linked below this video if you want to see how I made this card!

For this card I started out by stamping the Hello Daisy stamp by Reverse Confetti onto some Clairefontaine DCP 250 gsm cardstock in My Favorite Things Extreme Black ink. I colored in all the flowers with my alcohol markers. If you’re curious about the coloring process I highly recommend you check out the video linked below!

Once it’s all colored in, I die cut the Postal Panel Cover from it and I also die cut one of the hearts that comes in the Postal Panel Cover die set by Reverse Confetti from the center of the floral cluster. I die cut that same heart 4 more times out of thick white cardstock. I’m doing an eclipse diecutting technique which means that I will add dimension to a die cut shape and prop it up in its place on the image.

I first adhered the Postal Panel down onto a cardbase (cut down to fit behind the Postal Panel in a way that doesn’t show the cardbase behind the scalloped edges). I then stack all the die cut hearts on top of each other with Bearly Art Precision Craft Glue and inlay it in place. I also stamped a sentiment from the Valentine Sentiment stamp set by Reverse Confetti in Versamark ink onto black cardstock and embossed it with WOW Bright White Super Fine embossing powder. I trimmed it out, propped it up onto a thin strip of cardboard and as a final touch I added a few gems here and there.

That’s it! If you want to see how I made this card, you can watch the video right here.

If you want more inspiration follow along with the hop here:

6 thoughts on “Reverse Confetti Blog Hop

  1. The white is so crisp and sweet. What a gorgeous card to inspire us with these awesome new Reverse Confetti products. What a FAB new release.

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  2. I love those gorgeous flowers – so bright and happy and that die cut background is sooo special. Love the look of the cut outs along the edges!Thanks so much for the great inspiration! Stay safe! 🙂

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