Hello and welcome back to our Reverse Confetti week! It’s Andrea with you sharing a trio of cards featuring some fabulous stamps and dies from Reverse Confetti paired with gorgeous Therm O Web products!
Three Seasons of Cards with Reverse Confetti
My first card features Reverse Confetti’s In All Things stamp set and coordinating dies. This is such an elegant set and lots of fun to color!
Dry Embossing Flock
I love the soft texture of Deco Foil Flock and gave it more texture by dry embossing it. I trimmed a piece of Tuscan Gold Flock to A2 size and adhered it to a panel of white cardstock using the Memory Tape Runner XL. After taping my flock piece inside a woodgrain embossing folder, I inked up the embossed design with Walnut Stain Distress Ink and then ran the folder through my diecutting machine. Voila! Awesome wood texture!
Adding Foil to Stamped Images
I stamped and Copic-colored the wreath from the In All Things stamp set and die-cut it with the coordinating dies. To give the wreath even more elegance, I decided to add foil to parts of it. After using the Deco Foil Adhesive Pen on portions of the image, I used my laminator to apply Deco Foil in Purple, Wild Cherry and Bronze. I love how the foil sparkles when the light hits it!
Finishing the Card
After trimming the flock panel down to 4″ x 5 1/4″, I adhered it to a white card with Mixed Media Adhesive. I attached the foiled wreath with Gina K. Designs White Foam Squares.
Using the partial die-cutting technique, I created a sentiment banner from white cardstock with Reverse Confetti’s Three Tags Confetti Cuts. I heat-embossed a sentiment from In All Things onto the banner and attached it to my card with Foam Squares and Mixed Media Adhesive. I added a few leaves from In All Things, popping up two with Foam Squares.
My second card features two new products from Reverse Confetti: The Best Gift of All stamp set and Away in the Manger Confetti Cuts. I just love how this card turned out!
Creating Custom Glitter Paper
I love glitter paper, but sometimes it can be pricey and not the right color for a project. Enter Glitz Glitter Gels! They add the perfect sparkle to your project with no glitter flaking off (unlike most glitter paper)! Plus, you can customize the colors by adding ink! To create this gold glitter paper, I spread Gold Glitz Glitter Gel over white cardstock. Once the gel was dry, I die-cut it with the star from the Away in the Manger Confetti Cuts. Gorgeous!
Foiling a Die-cut Shape
One of my favorite products is Deco Foil Foam Adhesive: It makes adding foil or flock super easy and also gives some dimension. After diecutting the manger from Foam Adhesive, I applied Bronze Deco Foil to it, using the pressure from my diecutting machine to adhere it.
Adding Foil to a Stamped Background
By repeatedly stamping one of the sentiments from The Best Gift of All, I created my own patterned paper. I love the graphic look of this! To bump it up a notch, I applied the Deco Foil Adhesive Pen to the edges and then added Bronze Deco Foil with my laminator. Super easy but so pretty!
Putting It All Together
I ink-blended white cardstock with Mermaid Lagoon, Blueprint Sketch, and Chipped Sapphire Distress Oxides and then die-cut the panel with Reverse Confetti’s Pierced Round Top Layers Confetti Cuts. After adhering my star with Mixed Media Adhesive, I attached the manger.
I adhered my stamped background to a white card with Memory Tape Runner XL. I affixed the ink-blended piece with Gina K. Designs White Foam Tape.
My final card combines this adorable bear from Big Bear with a sentiment from the new Mixed Messages stamp. There are so many wonderful messages in this set!
Adding Sparkle to a Background
I applied Pixie Spray to the back of a sun rays stencil and placed it over a panel of yellow cardstock. Using my Stencil Pal, I spread Hello Yellow Neon Glitz Glitter Gel over the stencil. Once the gel was dry, I die-cut it with the Pierced Round Top Layers Confetti Cuts.
Adding Flock to a Stamped Image
After stamping and Copic-coloring this adorable bear, I decided to add some texture to the heart he’s holding. I masked around the heart with Purple Tape and then used a palette knife to apply Deco Foil Transfer Gel Blanco. Once the gel was dry, I used my laminator to adhere Ruby Red Flock. I love this subtle detail!
Finishing the Card
Using the Pierced Round Top Layers Confetti Cuts, I die-cut a mat from red cardstock and adhered it to a white card with Mixed Media Adhesive. I attached the yellow piece and bear with Foam Squares.
After heat-embossing a sentiment from Mixed Messages onto white cardstock, I fussy-cut it with my scissors and then popped it up with Foam Squares. To finish my card, I adhered some clay hearts with Mixed Media Adhesive.
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Therm O Web products:
Deco Foil Flock – Tuscan Gold
Deco Foil Flock – Ruby Red
Deco Foil Adhesive Pen
Deco Foil – Purple
Deco Foil – Wild Cherry
Deco Foil – Bronze
Deco Foil Foam Adhesive
Deco Foil Transfer Gel Blanco
Mixed Media Adhesive
Metal Tips for Liquid Adhesive
Memory Tape Runner XL
Gina K. Designs White Foam Squares
Gina K. Designs White Foam Tape
Gina K. Designs Glitz Glitter Gel – Gold
Rina K. Designs Neon Glitz Glitter Gel – Hello Yellow
Reverse Confetti products:
In All Things stamp
In All Things Confetti Cuts
Three Tags Confetti Cuts
The Best Gift of All stamp
Away in the Manger Confetti Cuts
Pierced Round Top Layers Confetti Cuts
Big Bear stamp
Mixed Messages stamp
Sunny Studios Woodgrain Embossing Folder
Walnut Stain Distress Ink
Mermaid Lagoon Distress Oxide
Blueprint Sketch Distress Oxide
Chipped Sapphire Distress Oxide
Whimsy Stamps Sun Rays Stencil
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