Today’s sponsor is Reverse Confetti and I did not have any stamps from them. I do have the All Framed Up Die which is one of my ALL TIME FAVOURITES, so I wanted to use it here. I took inspiration from Michele Ferguson who used a reinforcement die to turn a frame into a tag. The image in the tag is from Hero Arts Naughty Elves.
Today’s card was based on a die set from My Favorite Things. I tried a number of things and nothing seemed to work. In fact, I tried one thing twice and nope it didn’t work. That is the definition of insanity isn’t it?……………………………….doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result. Finally, I came up with something I liked. Now if I hadn’t been impatient and stuck my finger in the wet Pico Embellisher, it would have been better but, …Oh well.
Here it is:
Supplies: My Favorite Things Tea Party dies, Reverse Confetti All Framed Up Die, Paper House Colorways patterned paper, Pico Embellisher, Stampendous embossing powder, Neenah card base, Tim Holtz distress ink (Vintage Photo), Hemptique twine, Simon Says Stamp sentiment from Coffee and Tea stamp set and Scor tape.
Sandra has been in a card making frenzy. One of the cards she made was for the Reverse Confetti Sketch Challenge. Here is her entry:
Supplies: Reverse Confetti Puppy Love stamp set, Bo Bunny patterned paper, Xpress-it and Stampin Up card stock, Memento and Stampin Up ink, Copic markers
Sandra found a Reverse Confetti challenge that she wanted to enter. Problem for me is that I don’t own any Reverse Confetti stamps. Well, now I am busy checking out their website to fix that little glitch. In the meantime, here is Sandra’s entry and the sketch she had to work with.
Supplies: Reverse Confetti Puppy Love stamp set, X-pressit and Stampin Up cardstock, My Mind’s Eye patterned paper, Spellbinders die, Memento Tuxedo Black ink, Copic markers.