Merry & Bright * Reverse Confetti

Hello and welcome. I hope you're enjoying my Reverse Confetti September release inspiration series.

How cool are these new background dies!? You can use them separately or layer them. I think they are perfect for backgrounds all year round.

 Idea: 

  • I had a kraft/creme colored background in mind with white details and kind of a tag as the focal point. I also wanted to include one of the pretty images from Lantern Additions which is not only fun to use with the lantern but on its own as well.



 Instructions: 
  • die cut the Big Polkas Cover Panel from kraft card stock and Layering Scallop Circles Cover Panel from cream card stock.
  • glue the cream card stock onto a white piece of paper and the kraft one on top of them (like in the photo)
  • die cut the window from the Scallop Window Tag from white card stock and stamp your sentiment on it using black ink
  • adhere the sentiment piece to your card panel using foam tape
  • stamp the pretty holiday decor from Lantern Additions onto alcohol marker friendly paper and color it
  • die cut your colored image using Lantern Additions coordinating dies
  • adhere the colored image to your card using foam tape
  • add little dots of Stickles to the center of every circle and on every berry


 Tips: 
  • on a busy background like this, a small tag and a pop of color add just enough to be the focal point but still give the background the attention it deserves

I hope you got inspired and will be back soon for more inspiration. Check out the Reverse Confetti Blog for lots of wonderful projects and ideas.


Thanks for stopping by!
Have a cozy day,

Nicole


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1 comment:

  1. Love the pop of colors from the poinsettias. clever use of the scallop window tag!

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