‘FETTI FINDS, NEW LINK LIST & SMALL WORLD STORIES

By admin
on September 16, 2013

Hello and Happy Monday!

Reverse Confetti celebrated our September release with a make ‘n take at a super cute local store, The Little Blue House.  It was a ton of fun and I saw some familiar faces and met some new friends.  I got to talking with several of the ladies there and had “what a small world” moment…three times.  Yes, THREE times!

When I first got there, I was chatting with one of the LBH ladies and it turned out that I not only went to high school with her daughters, but her nephew was my freshman year high school crush.  That isn’t exactly an earth-shattering “small world” story, but I thought that it was pretty neat!

Then, while working with some of the ladies on the make ‘n take, one of them says “I ran into someone last night that you know.”  It turns out that she was at the Rangers game with her hubby in a company suite and got to talking with my friend, that also happened to be their with her husband, about hobbies and what they were up to the rest of the weekend…The Little Blue House and Reverse Confetti made it into the conversation!  Pretty cool, right!?

Finally, (and this is the one that knocked me off my feet) one of the ladies at the make ‘n take looks up at me and says, “What’s the name of your company, again?”  I tell her and her eyes get real big and she says, “NO WAY!!!!”  From her exclamation, I am pretty sure that I had a shocked looked on my face.  She then proceeded to tell me that she just moved to Texas from San Diego and before she left San Diego she was at the DMV and was chatting with a lady who was telling her all about her grand-daughter in-law here in Texas who had just started up a stamp company called Reverse Confetti!  Say what!?!?  Yep, this woman was chatting with Tony’s grandma at the DMV in San Diego and then is randomly at The Little Blue House and runs into yours truly!

I had so much fun doing the make ‘n takes and these stories just made me smile from ear to ear all day long!  Do you have any “small world” stories?  I’d love to hear them!

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Enough about me and this weekend…today we are celebrating YOU and your Reverse Confetti Creations!  We LOVE seeing your creations and sharing the ‘Fetti Finds each Monday.  So let’s get to it!

Drumroll, please!

The ‘Fetti Finds from last week’s link list are Lori Tecler and Sheri Gilson

Lori and Sheri, grab your badge!

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Lori’s darling card uses the new set FOREVER FALL

Sheri’s oh-so-girly birthday card using CELEBRATE CAKE is so very cute…

We want to see your Reverse Confetti creations!  Post them here for a chance to win FREE STAMPS!

Each Monday we’ll be posting:

  • The ‘FETTI FINDS from the previous week’s link list.
  • A new link list at the bottom of the ‘Fetti Find post.  It will remain open through Saturday of that week.

 <– FIND IT FAST: You’ll be able to find the current ‘Fetti Find post quickly by clicking on the button on the sidebar.

The last day of the month:

  • The ‘FETTI FAVE will be announced here on the Reverse Confetti blog.  This will be one of the ‘Fetti Finds from that month and they will be chosen based on their project and creative use of REVERSE CONFETTI stamps.  The ‘FETTI FAVE will receive the ENTIRE NEXT STAMP RELEASE and be invited to play along with the Confetti Crew for sneak peek days and the new release hop.

Just a couple of rules…

  • Anything goes, as long as Reverse Confetti stamps are the only stamps used OR are the main focal point of the project.
  • No limit to the number of projects linked, but they must be posted to your blog or gallery that same week (no linking older projects).

SHOW US YOUR REVERSE CONFETTI CREATIONS…

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SFYTT WINNER ANNOUNCED

By admin
on September 15, 2013

Thanks to everyone that played along with this month’s SKETCH FOR YOU TO TRY.

As always, the entries were absolutely STUNNING!  In the end there can be just one winner and that is…

GIOVANA SMITH

Congrats, Giovana! 

Giovana is the August Sketch for You to Try WINNER and WINS THE ENTIRE NEXT STAMP RELEASE and is invited to join the Confetti Crew for sneak peeks and the hop during release week!

Giovana, please email me.

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As noted above, all of the entries were fabulous and I want to take a moment to recognize a couple of

SFYTT Honorable Mentions…

Rosemary (using the new set, Forever Fall)

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Lesa (using the new set, Spooky Sentiments)

Becky Carafa

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WEEK IN REVERSE

By admin
on September 13, 2013

TGIF & what a week it has been!

Anyone else ready for the weekend?  I sure am and one of the main reasons I am is because of this…

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If you’re local, come on by, say “hi” and make something with me!

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The Confetti Crew have been busy lil’ bees creating stuff with the new release and we have a lot in store for you, including a special hop next week.  As we wrap up this week, I have a few projects to share here on the WEEK IN REVERSE.

New Confetti Crew member, Lisa Henke created both a darling page and a sweet and simple card.

FOREVER FALL, COUNT YOUR RAINBOWS, LIGHTHEARTED LETTERS, ARROWS ‘N ELEMENTS, I LIKE YOU

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Val’s sweet treats (along with the how-to on her blog) made my day.

FOREVER FALL, SPOOKY CUTIES

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Savannah’s quirky and cool style came through on this fabulously fun card.

ARROWS ‘N ELEMENTS

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DON’T FORGET!

We want to see your Reverse Confetti creations!  Upload your cards, tags, scrapbook pages, etc. to our weekly link list to have a chance to win the ENTIRE NEXT RELEASE!

Want another chance to win free stamps?  Play along with the SKETCH FOR YOU TO TRY!

Find-it-fast buttons for both are on the sidebar.

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CONFETTI CAMERA

By admin
on September 12, 2013

Howdy, Friends!

We’re glad that you are joining us for this week’s Confetti Camera!

In this weekly segment, one of the Confetti Crew designers will have the camera on both themselves, as a designer, and on their Reverse Confetti creations.  You’ll get a dose of Reverse Confetti inspiration, as well as get to know each designer a little better through some interview questions that we have prepared.  A couple of things to note:

1) This segment will not “air” if there is a different post scheduled for that day, such on Sketch for You to Try on the 1st of each month or on a hop or sneak peek day.

2) Each designer will answer the same set of questions until we have featured every Confetti Crew Design Team Member.

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Before we jump into the CC post, just a quick reminder that we want to see YOUR Reverse Confetti creations!  Link ‘em up on Monday’s ‘Fetti Finds link list (new link list each Monday).  There’s a find-it-fast button over on the sidebar.

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This week the Confetti Camera is zooming in on Confetti Crew member Laurie Schmidlin!

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Her Confetti Camera project:

Count On You by Laurie Schmidlin

Detail shot…

Count On You (Detail) by Laurie Schmidlin

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This card features the *new* set COUNT YOUR RAINBOWS

Paper:  White, Lucille patterned paper (Basic Grey)
Ink:  Soft Granite (Hero Arts), Tuxedo Black Memento Ink, Innocent Pink (Gina K)
Accessories:  Wooden embellishments (Prima), Glitter, Flower (Prima), Label Dies (PTI), Corner Rounder punch, Delicate Vine Die (Memory Box), Sewing machine, Seam Binding ribbon

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Post Production Interview

What do you like best about this project?

I like the homespun feel of the colors and patterns.  It just seems warm, cozy, and perfect for Fall (even though it is not meant to be a season specific card)!  Oh, and the glitter…I do love me some glitter!

What was your process on making this project? Did you have a starting point (color, inspiration, sketch)?

I usually always start with either certain colors that I’ve pictured in my mind or patterned paper.  It probably seems like a backwards way to start, but that is how it usually goes for me! 

What inspiration can others take from this project?

Hmmm.  I guess the softer more subtle colors of the focal image/sentiment contrasted with the busy and bolder colors of the background actually make the image stand out more instead of taking away from it.  I also love how the card opens a little differently.  I seem to always make cards that open from the bottom, so I thought this was a fun way to spice things up a bit!

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Describe/Share your stamping space.

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Stamp organization:

I like to organize mine by date (right now) but will probably plan on changing it to alphabetical order at some point.

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Do you have to clean your desk before starting a new project?

I have got to have a clean space to create.  If (and I’ll be honest…when) my room gets messy, I find it seriously messes with my mojo!  I adore an uncluttered and organized area!  Almost always I clean up and put everything away after every single project.  Even if I’m going to just start on another one right away!

What is your must-have tool? Why do you like it so much?

That’s a tough one.  I never have liked to be limited to just one of anything!  LOL!  If I had narrow it down, though, I would say my paper trimmer and Scor-Buddy!  I am almost as obsessive about straight, clean cuts and folds as I am about cleaning up my stamping area!  Another must have for me is probably my Stamp-a-ma-jig!  I measure and line up everything!  My daughter thinks I’m nuts and laughs at me most of the time, but I do love my images and sentiments all lined up nicely!  (Yes, I used my stamp-a-ma-jig on the card above!)

 Do you always make A2 sized cards? If you deviate from the standard size, what favorite size to make?

I would say most of them are A2 sized, but I do like the odd sizes as well!  Shaped cards, square cards, circle cards, pocket cards…they are all fun to make!  I consider myself and “equal opportunity” card maker!  Hee!

 What is your favorite RC project so far? Why?

Well, like I mentioned earlier, I have a hard time limiting myself to one of anything (blush).  I couldn’t narrow it down to just one, so I chose my top two.  The first one I love because of the unique shape of the card and how the white border really causes the other colors to really pop!  The second card features many of my favorite things:  tone on tone heat embossing, machine stitching, tilted panels, wooden embellishments, and white ink on kraft cardstock!

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Arrows ‘n Elements, Whole Lotta Dots, Celebrate Cake

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WEDNESDAY IN THE WORKS

By admin
on September 11, 2013

Hello and Happy Wednesday!

It’s time for WEDNESDAY IN THE WORKS!

What is WEDNESDAY IN THE WORKS? It’s not really about one thing in particular, but rather “the works” of a stamped card or project.  Today we’re focusing on TREAT HOLDERS (specifically, sour cream containers), but a variety of topics will be covered in this segment… from color combos to shaped cards to inspiration pieces to mixing and matching stamps and/or papers…and everything in between.

In case you missed it…I LOVE HALLOWEEN. For those of you that didn’t miss it, I’m guessing you are shouting at your computer “We know!!” Bear with me for the next few weeks as I shout it from the mountaintops, as I promise that I won’t just be saying it, I’ll be showing it!  Showing it through cards and other projects featuring Reverse Confetti’s Halloween stamps…and even make those stamps that aren’t labeled “Halloween” work in your Halloween (and fall!) projects.

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One of the fun things about Halloween (and so many of the upcoming holidays) is making treat holders.  On Valentine’s Day this year, one of my co-workers passed out sour cream containers filled with yummies to all the preschool teachers.  It was so cute and it made me think how long it had been since I had made one of them.  I’ve been sitting on the thought of making some (yes, since February!) and I think that they will be perfect to pass out at Halloween to the teachers (the kids are getting the pixy stix/pencil holder).  So, here’s what I came up with…

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Not sure how to make these?  Here’s a tutorial to help you.

SUPPLY LIST:

  • SPOOKY CUTIES and SPOOKY SENTIMENTS stamp sets
  • Black Ink (Brilliance Graphite Black used)
  • 5×6 piece of lightweight cardstock (heavier cardstock will crease, so I like a lighter weight)
  • Small/scrap sheets of olive, black and white cardstock to stamp and punch
  • Baker’s Twine (black/white shown)
  • Orange 5/8″ ribbon
  • 1 1/4″ & 1 3/8″ circle punches
  • Hole Punch
  • Paper Crimper
  • Scissors
  • Adhesive (I use red line/double stick tape)

DIRECTIONS:

1. Stamp the small bat strip across the top and bottom of the 5″x6″ piece of cardstock, leaving about 1/4″-1/2″ on top and bottom.  Then, stamp the large polka dot bats in a random pattern.  TIP: start in the middle and work your way outward.  Also, you will notice on my finished container that the bats have a “shadow” to them.  I added that with a C4 Copic marker when I was playing around with different options.

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2. Flip your piece of cardstock over and run a strip of red line tape down one side from top to bottom.  Adhere to opposite side, making a cylinder.

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3. Pinch the bottom of cylinder together, forming a crease on the very bottom on the side.  Add red line adhesive to the inside and adhere.

 4. Fill with goodies

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5. Repeat step #3 for the top, but in the OPPOSITE direction.

6. Crimp ends.  This is optional, but gives it the look of “real” sour cream containers.

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7. Add a punched circle folded over the top and punch holes for ribbon.

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8. Thread ribbon through holes and tie ribbon in knot, cutting the ends into flag-ends.

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9. Stamp the sentiment and punch out with a 1 1/4″ circle punch and mat with a black 1 3/8″ punched circle.  Punch a hole at the top, thread baker’s twine through and add to ribbon on sour cream container, tying a double bow.

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10. Pass out to all your favorite people!

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TIME FOR A CARD TUESDAY

By admin
on September 10, 2013

Hello and Happy Tuesday, ‘Fetti Fans!

This week we are back to our normally scheduled programming after the new release soiree that we had at the end of last week/beginning of this week.  We worked hard yesterday and got all orders from Sunday and Monday before noon out yesterday.  We know that FAST SHIPPING is important to you and it’s important to us, so we ship daily Monday through Friday.

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It’s Tuesday and that means it’s TIME FOR A CARD TUESDAY!

While my go-to card size is A2 (4.25″ x 5.5″), I do like creating square cards, too.  The “problem” with many square cards is that they require a special envelope, which also requires additional postage.  With that in mind, I tend to create 4.25″ square cards because they will fit into an A2 envelope, plus they are the perfect canvas size for me.

I used this month SKETCH FOR YOU TO TRY as my starting point for this card.  I wanted to take a more creative approach to each layer and came up with this card…

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The circle panel is stamped with the large polka dots from the WHOLE LOTTA DOTS set.  I then stamped the “Hello Pumpkin” sentiment (from FOREVER FALL) on the flag-ended panel of kraft cardstock.  For the vertical panel on the right, I angle cut a strip of olive cardstock and tucked it under the circle that I “embellished” with pumpkins (from FOREVER FALL and SPOOKY CUTIES).

It’s definitely not a direct take on the SFYTT, but I like how it came out!  Feel free to make the sketch your own.  Just as long as the “bones” are there, it’s all good!  That’s creativity, right?  What will you do with this sketch? (Click on sketch to go to this month’s SFYTT post)

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‘FETTI FINDS & NEW LINK LIST

By admin
on September 09, 2013

Happy Monday, ‘Fetti Fans!

No Monday blues happening here! We are so happy that this month’s release is now available.  What a blast it’s been sharing all the sneak peeks and hopping with the FIVE NEW SETS!

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We’re back to our regularly scheduled “programming” this week and today we are celebrating YOU and your Reverse Confetti Creations!  We LOVE seeing your creations and sharing the ‘Fetti Finds each Monday.  So let’s get to it!

Drumroll, please!

The ‘Fetti Finds from last week’s link list are Barb Murphy and Rosemary D.

Barb and Rosemary, grab your badge!

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Barb’s INNER ROCK STAR and CELEBRATE CAKE card is absolutely FAB-U-LOUS!

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I love how Rosemary’s rainbow compliments the DREAM IN COLOR sentiment on this clean and simple card…

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We want to see your Reverse Confetti creations!  Post them here for a chance to win FREE STAMPS!

Each Monday we’ll be posting:

  • The ‘FETTI FINDS from the previous week’s link list.
  • A new link list at the bottom of the ‘Fetti Find post.  It will remain open through Saturday of that week.

 <– FIND IT FAST: You’ll be able to find the current ‘Fetti Find post quickly by clicking on the button on the sidebar.

The last day of the month:

  • The ‘FETTI FAVE will be announced here on the Reverse Confetti blog.  This will be one of the ‘Fetti Finds from that month and they will be chosen based on their project and creative use of REVERSE CONFETTI stamps.  The ‘FETTI FAVE will receive the ENTIRE NEXT STAMP RELEASE and be invited to play along with the Confetti Crew for sneak peek days and the new release hop.

Just a couple of rules…

  • Anything goes, as long as Reverse Confetti stamps are the only stamps used OR are the main focal point of the project.
  • No limit to the number of projects linked, but they must be posted to your blog or gallery that same week (no linking older projects).

SHOW US YOUR REVERSE CONFETTI CREATIONS…

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NEW RELEASE NOW AVAILABLE

By admin
on September 08, 2013

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Hello ‘Fetti Fans!

Welcome to the NEW RELEASE BLOG HOP!  Today, the Confetti Crew, the ‘Fetti Faves and a few special friends are sharing some AWESOME projects using the FIVE NEW SETS.  Sit back, relax and enjoy this hop.  And, in case you get lost along the way, there is a full list of hoppers at the bottom of this post.

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Five new sets are NOW AVAILABLE in the REVERSE CONFETTI STORE

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(I mentioned I love Halloween, right?)

Being that I do love Halloween, at least creating all things spooky and cute for it, I couldn’t resist making another treat holder using the new SPOOKY CUTIES and SPOOKY SENTIMENTS set.  While I am not into mass producing projects, I think that there may be several of these going to Nic and Ellie’s classmates, possibly with a pencil instead of Pixy Stix…

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This treat holder is also the make ‘n take for next Saturday’s event at The Little Blue House.

If you’re local, stop by, say “hi” and make one of these with me!

LBHMNT

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Just a few notes before I send you hopping on your way…

If you haven’t yet, you can sign up for our newsletter HERE.

We’re social!  Come follow us…

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Now, let’s get hoppin’!  The Confetti Crew (and more!) have awesome projects to share!

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your next stop –>Amber Hight

Amy Kolling 

Amy Rohl

Amy Sheffer 

Dawn Easton

Sarah Gough (SFYTT Winner!)

Heather Pulvirenti 

Jen Tapler (<–Project Life/Scrapbooking Ideas Here!)

Kimberly Crawford 

Laurie Schmidlin 

Lisa Henke

Nancy Thomas (SFYTT Winner!)

Savannah O’Gwynn

Val Stangle 

Tracey Cuccia (‘Fetti Fave!)

Susan Liles

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BOO TO YOU TREAT HOLDER

Stamps: Spooky Cuties, Spooky Sentiments

Kraft, Black, White Cardstock

Brilliance Graphite Black Pigment Ink

Orange Dye Ink

Corner Rounder and Circle Punches, Black/White Baker’s Twine, Pumpkin Grosgrain Ribbon, Pixy Stix

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COUNTDOWN TO CONFETTI: WINNER

By admin
on September 07, 2013

Thank you to everyone that commented on all of the projects from the Confetti Crew & Friends over the past few days.  We are so super excited that this release is just a few short hours away.

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE WINNER OF THE $15 GIFT CERTIFICATE TO REVERSE CONFETTI…

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(Heather, please contact us info@reverseconfetti.com)

COUNTDOWN TO CONFETTI: SPOOKY CUTIES & SPOOKY SENTIMENTS

By admin
on September 07, 2013

Howdy, howdy!

It’s our third and final day of the Countdown to Confetti (sneak peeks).  Tonight at midnight (EST) we are releasing FIVE NEW STAMP SETS!

If you have missed any of the sneak peeks, take a peek back at the posts from the last couple of days…you won’t want to miss a thing!

Here’s our release schedule…

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As a reminder, all of our releases will happen on the 8th of the month…just not every month.  We will release new product every other month.  We’ll still be hopping on the 8th, whether there is a release or not.  Just remember, “Eight is Great!”

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I LOVE HALLOWEEN!

There, I said it. Again.

If you have followed me for any amount of time, you know this.  I love decorating, making gifties and having Halloween shin-digs for the kiddos.  If I can create it for Halloween, I will!  So, when it came time to create Halloween sets for Reverse Confetti I was beyond excited…and a little overwhelmed because it was HARD to narrow down what actually went into these sets. When all was said and done, I was over the moon with what we came up with…two coordinating Halloween sets!

Today, we are introducing these sets: SPOOKY CUTIES and SPOOKY SENTIMENTS.  These two sets are designed for (at the risk of sounding like a car commercial) optimal versatility.  What exactly do I mean by that?

1.  These sets are designed so that they will easily work together or on their own

2. You will notice that the sentiments in the Spooky Sentiments set basically come in 2 general sizes: long and shorter/taller. These are all made to WORK TOGETHER like subway art, but instead of having just one stamp with all the words, you are able to create subway art or use the stamps individually, or pair them any way you want.  The short diagonal lines can separate the sentiments or be used as an embellishment/element on your projects.

3. The images in Spooky Cuties are sized to work with the Spooky Sentiments when building subway art or just using them together on a cute tag, card or scrapbook page.

So, without any further adieu, let me introduce you to SPOOKY CUTIES and SPOOKY SENTIMENTS

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Both of my projects today use a combination of the two sets, as I love how they work together.

For my first project, I used two trends: chalkboard and subway art to create this shadowbox that I can’t wait to display in my entry…

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It was just impossible to get a picture without some glare.  Here are a few detail shots of this project outside of the shadowbox…

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My second project is a little treat bag/box that I created from kraft cardstock that I repeatedly stamped with the polka dot bat.  I then added a embossed flap with a layered focal panel containing a doily, circle punches, a glittery bat and the sentiment “Batty For You”…

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Detail shot…

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Love the sparkly black bat?  Here’s a little trick you can use when glittery die cuts, etc.  To make the bat even more sparkly, I applied black Stickles all over the bat and then sprinkled on the glitter.  It’s just a little added sparkle that goes a long way.  I use this same “trick” when creating “snow” on my holiday/winter projects (with white/clear Stickles and glitters, of course).

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Amber Hight

Amy Kolling

Amy Sheffer

Dawn Easton

Heather Pulvirenti

Laurie Schmidlin

Lisa Henke

Susan Liles

Val Stangle

Savannah O’Gwynn

In addition the the Confetti Crew, we also have a few special guests joining us…

Nancy Thomas (SFYTT Winner!)

Sarah Gough (SFYTT Winner!)

Tracey Cuccia (‘Fetti Fave!)

Kimberly Crawford (‘Fetti -forever- ‘Friend)

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Are you interested in winning FREE STAMPS like our SFYTT and ‘Fetti Fave winners?

Link up your Reverse Confetti creations on our weekly link list (find-it-fast link on the sidebar) or your creation(s) using this month’s SKETCH FOR YOU TO TRY (find-it-fast link also on the sidebar).

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SPOOKY CUTIES

Spooky Cuties has all the “must have” Halloween images and coordinates perfectly with our Spooky Sentiments set.  Use these images on their own or mix them with the sentiments for the cutest Halloween projects!

Set of 12 stamps

SIZE REFERENCE:

Fence 2 1/8” x 1”
Pumpkin 1 3/8” x 3/4″

Bat Strip 2 1/8” x 1/2″

SPOOKY SENTIMENTS

This set is the perfect coordinate to our Spooky Cuties set, but is also a great set all it’s own.  Use multiple sentiments to create a subway style panel or use them individually to create adorable (and spooky!) cards, tags and scrapbook pages.

Set of 11 stamps.

SIZE REFERENCE:
“SPOOKY” 2” x 7/8”

“October 31” 7/8” x 1”

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HALLOWEEN SHADOWBOX

Stamps: Spooky Cuties, Spooky Sentiments, Forever Fall (Polka Dot Pumpkin)

Black, White, Olive Cardstock

Stripe Pattern Paper: Glitz Raven 6 x 6

VersaMark Watermark Ink, Brilliance Graphite Black Pigment Ink, White Pigment Ink, Orange and Olive Dye Ink

White Embossing Powder, Sequins, Rhinestones, Dimensional Adhesive, Shadowbox, Orange Ribbon, Nestabilities Label Die

BATTY FOR YOU TREAT BOX

Stamps: Spooky Cuties, Spooky Sentiments

Black, White, Purple, Kraft, Orange Cardstock

 Brilliance Graphite Black Pigment Ink

Martha Stewart Doily, Embossing Folder (Lifestyle Crafts), Circle Punches, Bat Punch, Black Stickles, Black Glitter

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Be sure to leave a comment here and on each peek for a chance to win a Reverse Confetti gift certificate! The winner will be announced later today.

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