Best Wishes – Poppystamps

Hey crafty friends! I’m back on the blog with some more fun, colorful, fall inspiration using Poppystamps products. Hope you’ll take a look!

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September Stock Your Stash (SYS) – Reverse Confetti

It’s time for a new Stock Your Stash challenge!  And this month, Reverse Confetti is celebrating all things Halloween and Fall. What a fun theme to work with! There is a new Stock Your Stash challenge posted on the Reverse Confetti blog on the 1st of each month. For my card, I decided to play with the Halloween themed goodies from the most recent release. The stamps and coordinating sentiments are just too cute, and I know my neighbors who have three young kids will love this card.

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Happy Christmas! – Catherine Pooler Designs

I’m excited to be guest designing for Catherine Pooler Designs for their new release called ‘This Christmas’! It is so cute and I know there is something for everyone in this release. Whether you like more classic holiday designs or fun and playful designs, this release is for you. I played with the Urban Holiday Bundle to make this fun card.

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September Release Blog Hop! – Reverse Confetti

Hello crafty friends and welcome to the Reverse Confetti Blog Hop for the September release! Today’s the day to go shopping! Please be sure to check out the full hop list to see the amazing inspiration from the team!! If you missed my Countdown to Confetti Day cards, please be sure to check back at my 3 previous posts. I had fun playing with these products! For today, I decided to create a clean and simple card that I think can be done in many different color combos or dies for new looks. I used the Autumn Apple Cider stamp set and coordinating dies.

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Countdown to Confetti Day 3 – Reverse Confetti

Hey crafters, and welcome back to Countdown to Confetti Day 3! One more sleep until the release goes live tomorrow! By now, you know the drill. Please comment on each designer’s blog and the Reverse Confetti Facebook page for a chance to win a gift card to the shop. For today’s projects, we are featuring the Patterned Panels stamp set and the Sparkle & Shine stamp set.

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Countdown to Confetti Day 2 – Reverse Confetti

Welcome to Countdown to Confetti Day 2! So glad you decided to hop along with us. Today, we’re featuring the Autumn Apple Cider stamp set and dies, and the Fall Flowers stamp set and dies. I loved how this watercolor card turned out!

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Countdown to Confetti Day 1 – Reverse Confetti

Hi crafty friends! I’m so excited and honored to be a ‘Fetti Friend for Reverse Confetti for the next two months! There are some really fun products coming up so please stay tuned for the next several days as design team members and guests countdown to release day – September 8! For each countdown day, you have a chance to win a gift card to the shop. Thanks for looking!

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September Glimmer of the Month – Spellbinders

The start of a new month means a brand new Spellbinders kits of the month! This month, I am featuring the Sept Glimmer of the Month (GOM) called Glimmering Build A Banner. The set contains 8 hot foil plates and 3 cutting dies. It makes the perfect sentiment banner that can be used on a number of projects. It is so cute!

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One of a Kind – Poppystamps

Another technique I picked up from Onlinecardclasses.com was how to make a checkerboard background from cardstock (taught by Kristina Werner). I shared a card recently on IG using the same technique and the same cardstock. But for this card I used the checkerboard as the full background. It is way easier than it looks!

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Fall Blessings – Scrapbook.com

I am currently taking a class from OnlineCardClasses.com all about cardstock, and it has been really inspirational so far! I decided to try the technique Yana Smakula taught using the Spellbinders Color Block Slices die. I decided to step it up a little and try something different and I like the results! Do you ever just want to play with your supplies in new ways and try new looks to see if you like it?

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