Welcome everyone to the Reverse Confetti September release! It’s filled with products for all of the upcoming seasons and holidays.
First I’m sharing the lovely new Holiday Bough stamp set. I colored a few of the images off of this stamp set with copics markers and used the coordinating die to cut them out.
Next, I lightly ink blended a panel of white card stock trimmed down to 3 3/4″ x 5″ using a blending brush and picked raspberry distress oxide ink. I splattered on some gold paint for a little more interest and sparkle.
This beautiful sentiment comes from the Lanterns stamp set. I heat embossed the sentiment onto Azalea card stock using white embossing powder and trimmed down to a rectangle. I arranged the flowers around my sentiment and attached them using a dot runner.
To add a little dimension, I added the sentiment strip to the card front using foam tape. Once finished, I attached the panel to an A2 size white card base.
Just think how this would look in blues or greens! So beautiful!
For my background, I ink blended Navy ink around the edges of Lapis cardstock. Then I spritzed with Sheer shimmer spray for sparkle.
To attach everything, I added the lantern straight to the vellum piece using a dot runner. Then behind the vellum I added foam squares but only to the areas where the lantern was. That way the adhesive isn’t visible from the front.
I tied this card off with a sentiment from the Joyful Wishes stamp set.
When you spend $60 or more you can get this darling Peace Tree stamp set for FREE!
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