Reverse Confetti - Sno Awesome

Sunday, December 10, 2017

Hey there!   Hope you had a great weekend!   I made a quick card today with the Reverse Confetti Sno Awesome stamp set.    I LOVE snowmen and thought it would be cute to turn the sno-cones into snowmen!    


I stamped my images in Versafine Onyx Black ink and then clear heat embossed them and colored with my Zig markers.  











I then drew snowman faces on the cones with my Copic Markers.   I used the Sno Awesome Confetti Cuts and die cut them out. 



I used a sketch from Freshly Made Sketches for the card design. 



I then watercolored with Mermaid Lagoon ink onto some water color cardstock and added a sentiment onto Midnight cardstock that was white heat embossed from Sentimental Christmas and used my sewing machine to add a stitching detail to the banner.   The panel was placed on an A2 card base from Iced Aqua cardstock. 












Reverse Confetti December Blog Hop!

Friday, December 8, 2017

Welcome to the December Reverse Confetti Blog hop!  You have hopped to me from the sweet Melissa Phillip's blog!  This month I am sharing several projects made using some of my favorite Stamp sets.    



The Elf and stocking are from Christmas Cheer.   The candy canes and tree is from Sweet Holiday and the Snowman is from Cool Friends.    I stamped them out on Premier Polar White cardstock and colored them with my Copic markers.   





I used Abyss and Wisteria inks and blended them onto Bristol cardstock for a bold night time background.   The Reverse Confetti inks really blend like butter!   I love using them to create a nice bold background.   I used the grassy border die from Nuts About You to create my snow banks. 





I had stamped some extra images out so I used the Elf and some of the Candy Canes to create a tag using the same color of ink blended background on a Round Top Layer tag.    The sentiment is from Christmas Cheer and was stamped on Salsa cardstock and white heat embossed.   I added some snow with a white Sakura gel pen.  






For my last project today, I created a cute little chocolate tower using two of the Mini Clear Boxes.  I filled them with some Hershey Kisses and then stacked two together and tied my ribbon around both of them.  I did add some tiny glue dots to the center to keep them from coming apart.    




I added a tag using the Dots Tag Layer with Salsa cardstock and the Topped Off Tag.   I added some more of my stamped and colored images from Christmas Cheer and Sweet Holiday.   I added some of the snowflakes from the Snowflake Trio Confetti Cuts. 












Next up on the hop is the adorable Lisa Henke! 

Please make sure that you hop along to see all the wonderful projects that the Confetti Crew has created to share with you!  Thanks for stopping by!  


Tricia Barber - that's me:-)
and Fetti' Friend, 


Taheerah Atchia's Advent Calendar Extravaganza

Monday, December 4, 2017

I am over on the Reverse Confetti Blog sharing a project that I made for Taheerah Atchia's Advent Calendar Extravaganza!!!!!!

Here is a peek at my project! 







Head over to the Reverse Confetti Blog to check out the several projects created for this special event!!

Thanks for stopping by! 

Reverse Confetti - Sweet Holiday

Sunday, November 26, 2017

Happy Sunday!  I hope you enjoyed your Thanksgiving weekend!   We had a wonderful time and I have enjoyed the time off.  I have been busy putting up my holiday decorations and making a gingerbread house.   To keep in the gingerbread theme, I made a card using the super cute Reverse Confetti Sweet Holiday stamp set.    I played along with The Paper Players Sketch Challenge #372 for my card today.  


I stamped my images on Reverse Confetti Premier Polar White and used my Copics to color them in. I used the Sweet Holiday Confetti Cuts to cut all the images out.     I paired the stamp set with the Cheerful & Kind paper pad.    The sentiment is from Kitchen Love and was stamped and white heat embossed on Rose cardstock.   





Here is a picture of my house.  I am not a Gingerbread pro - much better at card making!   Each year, I try to do something different - this one is called the Hot Chocolate house.    I used a bunch of leftover Halloween candy and bags of marshmallows for the house and snow.   


Here is the link for the Paper Players Sketch Challenge this week! 













 
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