Reverse Confetti-Celebrate

Hi there! Just popping in with one last Reverse Confetti project featuring the new May release.Reverse Confetti-Big Stripes Cover PanelI blended several distress inks on both the Big Stripes cover plate & balloon from Box ‘n Balloons. I adhered both with foam tape, angling & cropping the cover plate off to the side. Then I stamped & colored that cute giraffe from Lift Me Up with Copics.
Reverse Confetti-Big Stripes Cover PanelAfter stamping the sentiment, I tied some silver thread to the balloon and adhered it to the giraffe’s mouth with a teeny drop of glossy accents. Such a great release by Reverse Confetti and I’ve had a great time as their guest designer for May. Thanks so much for stopping by!

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17 thoughts on “Reverse Confetti-Celebrate

  1. je souhaite annuler mon abonnement – MERCI

    ________________________________ De : Doublestick Heaven Envoyé : jeudi 26 mai 2016 14:28:21 À : moniquebrillard@hotmail.com Objet : [New post] Reverse Confetti-Celebrate

    laurafadora posted: “Hi there! Just popping in with one last Reverse Confetti project featuring the new May release.I blended several distress inks on both the Big Stripes cover plate & balloon from Box ‘n Balloons. I adhered both with foam tape, angling & cropping th”

  2. Just darling, dah-ling! 😉

    LOVE your ink blending, Laura, and all of the off the edge/side layers!

  3. Oh, I just love how that adorable giraffe is peeking out from inside the cover plate…so CUTE! Absolutely beautiful ink blending and Copic coloring, as always, Laura! Love this sweet card!

  4. Wow, I’m amazed at how great your ink blending is. You always do such a great job and your cards are always so colorful.

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