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Tuesday, November 7, 2017

Countdown to Confetti - Happy Winter

Welcome to Countdown to Confetti! We're on day 3 of the countdown, so that means only one sleep until all new products will be available for purchase in the Reverse Confetti store (6am EST). 
Is your list ready?

I've combined Confetti Cuts dies and stamps to create a texture filled card using Happy Winter, Happy Winter Confetti Cuts and the Large Diamond Panel Confetti Cuts. I can't get enough of those hanging tassel ties!

From this angle you can really see the texture of the clear embossed pattern on the stocking cap pom pom and tag background. I love how it turned out. And, I want a hat just like this one!

Remember to leave a comment each day of the countdown for a chance to win a Reverse Confetti gift certificate and again at the Reverse Confetti Facebook page for a chance at an additional gift certificate.   
 
 
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12 comments:

Beverly Perdue said...

Love how you embossed the pompom on the hat and the gingham bow is a nice touch.

Sue LD said...

Great design and color combo.

Renee M said...

This stamp set and your card are so fun! I really like the color combo you used.

Rebecca Yahrling said...

The embossing looks great! Awesome card.

Jiunn-Woei Liu said...

Love these samples!

Mary Holshouser said...

Love the pop of red in the hat.
The big bow is pretty.
thanks for sharing.

Becky H. said...

The gingham ribbon a perfect touch. Clever card.

My Kraft Kloset.Kim Klinkovsky said...

Super cute! Love the hats and snowflakes and matching dies. Your colors, patterns, and design are great. I LOVE the red, white, and black. Just Love it!

Farhana S said...

Love the black and red color combo on your card! its looks great!

Marjorie DUMONTIER said...

That's a great card, very unique !

Angela Walters said...

Your card is super cute with the red and black color scheme! I also like the Large Diamond Cover Panel in white as the background. It blends in so it doesn't take away from the main image, but it still adds to the design and texture of the card! Great job!

Jean said...

Love this!

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