Hi, Welcome to July 2020 Release Day for Reverse Confetti! You can find all the new beautiful products here. Shop fast because a few things from the last release were sold out before I could buy them! I love Jen's creativity and those cover panels.......! The blog hop starts over on the Reverse Confetti blog and more details on the hop can be found: HERE.
Today my post is focusing on Multi-Step Cacti. I will be back later in the month with posts on Background Builder and Stained Glass Butterfly.
For my first card, I wanted to make an arrangement of cacti in a window. I used Stitched Notes and Frame to make the white window frame and the Roman shade. The Roman Shade was easy to make. I used the center most cut from the cover plate and rolled it up and left part of it hanging. For paper I used Winter Wonders. I adhered window decor with liquid glue. I then cut a piece from the Lacey Scallop Frame die set and adhered it to the shade. I made the window sill with the solid banner from Background Builder and Reverse Confetti's Navy Blue ink! The sentiment is from Tulips and I heat embossed it in white onto the navy window sill. For the very back panel I used the Stitched Circles cover panel. I mounted all of this onto a navy A2 card. My second card is after the blog hop list.
The Blog Hop
This was so easy to make. I simply stamped each of the solid images in the stamp set with black ink and my MISTI onto a berry colored piece of card stock (I have no idea which brand it is. I had a big paper accident in the craft room...). I used Versafine Onyx Black ink as it gives a nice crisp stamped image. I heat set that panel and trimmed it to 4"x5.25". On the same colored paper, I stamped the sentiment from Best Sentiments with Versafine Onyx Black. I mounted that onto some Neenah Solar White 80 lb card stock. I popped the sentiment strip up with some 3M foam tape and called it done. I should have made multiples of this because I like how bold it is. On kraft card stock this would make a great masculine card. But I was feeling the berry today for some reason! Need to make more of these. So simple.
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