Design a site like this with
Get started

Reverse Confetti Hop

Hi crafty friends! It’s time for another Reverse Confetti blog hop and sale! Make sure to use code SPRING for 20% off your orders!

For this card I started out by stamping the Friendly Florals images onto some Fabriano Accademia cardstock in Versamark ink and embossing them with WOW Clear Gloss Super Fine embossing powder. I stamped the corner flowers on two opposite corners of a panel that’s slightly larger than A2 size (so I can easily do my diecutting with a cover die later) and I stamped two more flower clusters on a separate piece in the same way. I’ll diecut these out later as well.

To color the flowers I did some quick inkblending with peachy pinks and some bright spring greens. I used various inks from Reverse Confetti, Pinkfresh Studio and Pigment Craft Co. I simply applied them with a blending brush.

Once I was happy with that I used the frame from the Layered Mom and Frame die set by Reverse Confetti to diecut a frame directly from my inkblended panel and did the same with the largest die from the Layered You die set by Reverse Confetti. I then die cut the frame and the you three more times from thick white cardstock, layered them up to add dimension and puzzled all the pieces back together. I finished it up with some Meraki Sparkle Peridot Opal gems by Crafty Meraki and a sentiment from the Party Pals stamp set by Reverse Confetti, white heatembossed on kraft cardstock.

If you want to see how I made this card + a fun matching envelope, watch the video below and don’t forget to check out all the other inspiration in this hop!

Check out more inspiration along the hop here!


3 thoughts on “Reverse Confetti Hop

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: