New month, new STOCK YOUR STASH challenge!  Won't you come play along with us?  There's a $20 gift certificate up for grabs each month.  Here's this month's challenge theme...

Some things to note about this challenge...
There will be a new Stock Your Stash challenge posted on the Reverse Confetti blog on the 1st of each month.
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There will be a random winner selected each month and that person will receive a $20 gift certificate to the Reverse Confetti store. The winner of challenge will be posted on the Reverse Confetti blog at the end of the month. 
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And now from a couple of our Confetti Crew...
Hello Fetti Fans - so glad you could join me for this Stock Your Stash Challenge! We'd love to join in for the Month of July with your Reverse Confetti goodies - get those supplies out, create a project and link your creations on the blog here  - the theme this month is "Oh Baby". For today's card I used some of the cute ducks from Rainy Day Fun and Spring Pals to create two happy (although likely sleep deprived) ducks with their new baby!!


To begin I layered a light coating of Wilted Violet and Salty Ocean Distress Oxide Inks on white card with my blending brushes. I then used the Stitched Rays Cover Panel to add some detail to the background. I stamped the images and coloured them with copics in soft yellows, blues and violets.

I die cut the clouds from the Over the Rainbow Confetti Cuts die set from white card, the Hello from the Thanks and Hello Word Duo's Confetti, "little" was from Big Bear and "one" from The Most Beauty!! The smaller sentiments I stamped in versamark ink and white embossed them on a black cardstock strip.

I adhered all images and words to the background piece and then to a Kraft card base. So much fun ruffling through my stash for this challenge - hope you have fun too!
Ali xx
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Hey there!   It's Tricia here to share a trio of cards that I made for July's Stock Your Stash Challenge!  This month's theme is Oh, Baby!   For this theme, I had the perfect idea for what I wanted to do with the Pattern Builder and Spring Pals. 
The images from Spring Pals are perfect for baby cards!   I just love the duck and ducklings in this set!   I used Pattern Builder with the Diagonal Stitches Cover Panel to create a "baby quilt" background for my little ducklings.   Once I made one card, I couldn't stop!  I used pinks and yellows for my first card and decided I needed one for a little boy, so I made another one with the bunny and duckling with a blue background.   And then I thought, well what if I needed one that could go either way and used the cute frog and duck with a yellow and green background theme!  
I love using the Pattern Builder stamp set to create backgrounds.   You don't need a stamp positioner for these, some good old fashion stamping and eyeing the placement.   It really does not matter if your stamping isn't perfectly lined up because your eye just sees the overall pattern.  Even more so when you then run the stamped background through with the Diagonal Stitches Cover Panel.  
You may notice that on the blue card, I actually die cut the Diagonal Stitches twice, I flipped the panel over and then die cut the Diagonal Stitches the other way.   You can barely see it in the photos but shows much better in person.  To ground my little scenes, I used the Scalloped Squares Confetti Cuts.  
 
 
I used Piggy Bank, Lime Green, Iced Aqua, Buttercup, Mist and Premier Polar White card stock.   For the inks, I used Buttercup, Lime Green, Pistachio, Avocado, Iced Aqua, Baby Blue, Abyss, RC Aqua, Peach, Coral and Piggy Bank.   
Whew!  That is a lot of ink!   But it was so much fun stamping out the backgrounds! The sentiments are from Word Up and I used a different one for each card.  For a final touch, I added a small strip of cardstock to the background and ran it through with the Diagonal Stitches and lined it up with the background.   
Well that is it for me today!   I hope that you will play along with the Stock Your Stash Challenge!   
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