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Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Color Throwdown 421 - This Could Be Vodka


I mean, anyone with a purple-tipped (tipsy) tail just might be bumping up their hot beverage.

It is the holidays after all.

I bought this adorably funny set from The Cat's Pajamas as an early stocking stuffer gift to ME because I just 'needed' it, and then combined it with this week's Color Throwdown Challenge colors - green, light blue, purple and black. LOVE this combo.
Keep in mind that the colors are generic and it's fine if you want to add in other neutrals, and use the keyword CTD421 on public galleries and #ctd421 and #colorthrowdown on social media sites when uploading your projects, because we love to see what you're doing!

The Color Throwdown Team is on hand with lots of inspiration, including our November Guest Designer and this week's Star Stamper:

Amy Rohl (me!)
Marisa Ritzen - November Guest Designer
Kevin Bray - Star Stamper


Wednesday, November 23, 2016

25 Days of Christmas Tags + CTD 420

Welcome to this week's Color Throwdown Challenge along with Tracey McNeeley's annual 25 Days of Christmas Tags event!

 I created my tag using this week's color palette along with a handful of Confetti Cuts dies from Reverse Confetti: Tag Me, Tall Tag Trio, Holly, Wreaths, Winter Words.

Reverse Confetti is have a Black Friday (weekend) Sale that you won't want to miss, so mark your calendar!

The Color Throwdown Team is on hand with lots of inspiration, including our November Guest Designer and this week's Star Stamper:

Amy Rohl (me!)
Marisa Ritzen - November Guest Designer
Kim Hahn- Star Stamper

Thursday, November 17, 2016

Crazy for Chritmas - Decor & More

Welcome to the final day of Reverse Confetti's three day event - Crazy for Christmas. Today's feature is all about home decor. I just happened to have another small embroidery hoop in my stash, and this is what I came up with using the Jingle All The Way Confetti Cuts.

Because the letters are thin, I used iron-on interfacing on the back of the charcoal felt before running it through my Big Shot with the Jingle All The Way Confetti Cuts die. I then ironed it onto a piece of fuchsia felt and secured it within the double hoop configuration. 

My final step was to embellish with a pair of jingle bells secured with natural twine and leaf stick pins for added color and just plain fun. 

Look no further - these lovely ladies have even more Crazy for Christmas - Decor & More ideas and inspiration for you. Thanks for stopping by today!

Diane Jaquay

Leigh Penner

Amy Rohl

Jeanne Jachna

Heather Hoffman

Heather Pulvirenti

Lisa Henke

Amy Sheffer

Susan Liles

Melissa Phillips


Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Color Throwdown #419

It's time for a new Color Throwdown Challenge.This week's colors can be seen in the graphic above, and  as always are generic, so it's OK to use whatever shade of the colors that works for you, or that you have in your stash. We just want you to come out and play along with us. And, when you do, please use keyword CTD419 in public galleries and #ctd419 and #colorthrowdown on social media sites so we can see what you've made!

I've used Reverse Confetti's Jingle All The Way Confetti Cuts as the focal image of my card front, embellished with Lime Green Holly Confetti Cuts leaves and sparkly orange enamel dots for the berries. What do you think - is it working for a Christmas card? It sure is warm and perhaps a bit tropical, yes?

Ok, it's your turn! The Color Throwdown Team is on hand with lots of inspiration, including our November Guest Designer and this week's Star Stamper:

Amy Rohl (me!)
Marisa Ritzen - November Guest Designer
Claire - Star Stamper

Crazy for Christmas - Treat Tubes

It's day 1 of Reverse Confetti's Crazy for Christmas three day event highlighting fun ways to dive into Christmas prep with tons of fun and inspiration provided by the Reverse Confetti design team.  Today's theme is Treat Tubes, and I've got a coffee lover's idea to share with you, so let's get started!

I picked up this darling reindeer coffee mug for $2 at Family Dollar last week along with a package of Pirouline coffee wafer sticks for $1 and knew (hoped) they'd fit perfectly in the Treat Tubes available at Reverse Confetti.  

Here's a side view of the Treat Tube, and yes, they DID fit perfectly! I cut the Treat Tube Topper Confetti Cuts from Navy cardstock and then again in the snowflake paper from Very Merry.

I used the reindeer image from Jolly Holiday and colored him with Zig markers in colors that matched the coffee mug. I then layered him on the new Holly Jolly Tag Layer Confetti Cuts that I die cut from the Warm Heart paper pad and embellished with the largest Snowflake Trio Confetti Cuts snowflake in Navy cardstock.

I decided that I wanted to add a gift card to my Treat Tube ensemble, so I cut the Gift Card Holder Tag Confetti Cuts twice from Lime Green cardstock and placed them back to back. Here's a look at the back of the tag with another Navy snowflake and sentiment from Jolly Holiday stamped in Navy ink on a double fishtail banner from Tag Me Confetti Cuts . I 'held' all of the tags together with Hang Ups, Too Confetti Cuts in Iced Aqua

Time to hop on over to Reverse Confetti for today's lineup of participating designers. I can't wait to see what they've done with the Treat Tubes! Thank you for stopping today.

Saturday, November 12, 2016

Reverse Confetti November SFYTT

Have you played along with the November Sketch For You To Try with Reverse Confetti? You know, it's your chance to win BIG, so take a look-see at the details, straight from the Reverse Confetti blog:
  • Reverse Confetti stamps and/or Confetti Cuts are required to win.  This is a way we get to thank our customers for using our stamps.  Anyone is welcome to play, though! 
  • You may enter as many times as you wish.
  • There will be a winner each month and that person will receive a $20 gift certificate to the Reverse Confetti store and claim the title of ‘Fetti Fave. The winner of SFYTT will be posted on the Reverse Confetti blog on the 30th of this month.

 I watercolored the images from Paw Prints with Zig markers and die cut them with the coordinating Paw Prints Confetti Cuts dies. Then I added layers using Reverse Confetti's cardstock and patterned paper. Did you know that profits from Paw Prints go to benefit local animal shelters and rescues? It's a win-win!

Thanks for stopping by today and have a great weekend!


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