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Hello all! Today I am sharing a fun slim line Autumn/Fall card. It's crazy to see all of the leaves turning colours (where did Summer go?!), soon they will be falling from the trees and after that is the "s" word..... snow - ugh! Or maybe you are one of the lucky ones that never gets snow :)I took all my colours from this pretty Fall themed paper from This & That. Using Salsa, Grape Soda, Stone, Tangerine, and Sunshine inks, I blended the leaves and adhered them to the card base.
Next I stamped a sentiment from In All Things and added some enamel dots and voila! Fin!!


I am here to send you all a little holiday cheer. Before we know it, Christmas will be here. It's been very cool out and the nights are even cooler.
I started my slimline card by stamping this beautiful sentiment from our new Joyful Holiday Wishes stamp set. I also stamped lots of pretties from Holiday Bough and heat embossed everything in a pretty silver.
Next I grabbed a handful of watercolour makers and coloured everything. I also coloured in the background in a light soft grey.

To add a little depth to my one layer card, I spritzed water and carefully placed a paper towel on my card to soak up the ink leaving me with a bit of a colour resist look. Lastly I added some enamel dots in a coordinating colour. Bingo bango - done and perfect for the mail!

RC September Blog Hop:

Woot! Woot! Everything myself and my teamies have been showcasing the last three days is available in the Revere Confetti Shop!

I made these sweet little tags (using our new Fold Over Window Tag) with Sweet Stripes and Free Spirit papers. I then coloured the pumpkin bears from Pick Of The Patch and adhered him to the tags.

Next I attached the tags with matching lime green ribbon and some rustic twine. And you guys... this is my first Cricut Joy project. I thought these mugs would be the perfect compliment to pumpkin bear. My mugs are done in a gold shimmer vinyl and read: pumpkin spice all of the things.

Blog List: Reverse Confetti BlogAmy KollingCandice FisherTricia BarberLisa Henke

RC September Day 3:

Hello hello hello! It's Day 3 of September Reverse Confetti's sneak peaks!!
Today the team is showcasing Joyful Holiday Wishes

and Holiday Bough:

For my Joyful Holiday Wishes cards: I started by running Sweet As Sugar paper in our new Center Frame Cover Panel (I know I will be using this cover panel a LOT!). I then ran it again through my die cut machine is gold foil. That's when I decided to make another card using all the bits.

I made a little label using a sentiment from Joyful Holiday Wishes and adhered it to my card base. Next I used the new Wreath of Joy die cut and made it the centre of my card - isn't it just the prettiest??!! 

I would like to note that I separated the letters from each other manually. It actually comes attached together (see my next card below).

For my Holiday Bough card: I made this one pretty easily. I started with Sand cardstock and I gold heat embossed Holiday Bough shapes to make my own pattern paper. Next I added Wreath of Joy in gold foil (I le…