Reverse Confetti monthly Creative Hop

Hello and welcome to the Reverse Confetti monthly creative hop! 
You'll find the full hop list at the end of this post. 
I have prepared a Halloween card for today. I really like the idea of the holiday, and I just love Halloween cards - they are so much fun, carefree and devilish!

In this card the Halloween gnomes collecting bats in a jar. I think they're going to do magic on them, and I think the gnomes will end up turning them into pumpkins. hehe

I also wanted to use the trees from Halloween Gnomes and Frightening Friends stamp sets. I just stamped the trees on top of the background and colored them in black, so it turned out a large silhouette of the forest. 

For the bats in a jar I used Cotton & Thistles stamp set. I stamped the jar, then covered the area around the jar and stamped the bats using masking paper.

For the background I blended Royal Purple dye with Piggy Bank dye, Stormy dye and Grape Soda dye, Olive Dye Ink.

I stamped the images and colored them with copic markers. Then, I die cut them out with the Coordinating Dies. I than heat embossed sentiment with white powder on the piece of Midnight Cardstock.

Once that was done, I adhered the images with foam tape. All finished!

Have fun hoping along with all the designers today! 



Today we are celebrating the new Reverse Confetti September Release.
The full hop list is at the bottom of this post.  
When you're done with the hop, head on over to the store.  
All of the new products are available HERE.

And for today I made this pumpkin card using one of my favorites With a Thankful Heart stamp set. By the way, what are your favorites from this release?

I started by stamping this gorgeous pumpkin. Then, I colored it with my Copic markers and die cut with the coordinating dies. For the background, I stamped the flowers from the same set in Olive ink and then I blended Lime Green, Olive and Parakeet dye inks and sprinkled it with watercolor and white gouache. 

Next I framed the background off by cutting a piece of cardstock with a wooden texture above and below it. I heat embossed the sentiment in white. Then, I adhered pumpkin directly onto the background with a lot of foam tape. And embellished the card with crystals.

You should have arrived from Olga Matyushevskaya and Ali Farmer  is your next stop.

Olga Moss - you are here
Ali Farmer - your next stop



We’re on the last down of full product reveals and today we`re featuring the new JOYS OF THE SEASON stamp set with Coordinating Confetti Cuts die set and  JOYOUS HOLIDAY stamp set with Coordinating Confetti Cuts die set.

I’m excited to share with you some inspiration featuring the newest Joyous Holiday stamp set.

I started with a piece of grey kraft card stock the blend the Magenta ink on. Next I stamped the adorable images in black ink and colored them with copic markers. I used the coordinating dies to die cut the images.

From there, I layered the window inside using the Rounded Stitched Window in which is also cut with the new All the stars die and then the inner and outer cut created the midnight frame. To create the inside panel I blended the Magenta, Wine and Bumblebee Dye Ink Pads (to depict the glow from the basket at the bottom). Then I replaced the slotted stars with glitter stars. On the photo is not very visible, but in life, these stars shimmer and create an atmosphere of magic.

I added my images in the background with foam tape and white heat embossed sentiment.

But that's not all. As you can see, one of the cute angels moves if you touch it. That`s because I adhered the center angel onto the card  using a wobbler. You can see it in action on the photos.