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Reverse Confetti September Release Hop

Hi friends! I'm so excited to be joining in the new release celebration with the Reverse Confetti Crew and 'Fetti Friends today. This holiday release has so much sweet inspiration for your Fallidays creations.

Products are shipping now, so head on over to the shop to check out all the new goodies. I've linked up all the new products in the link list at the bottom of this post.

I've got four cards to share with you today, so let's get to the fun new stamps!

When I saw this pumpkin image from the With a Thankful Heart set, I knew immediately that I wanted to color it in aquas. I stamped it and the coordinating flower image in midnight ink and then colored with Copics before cutting out with the coordinating confetti cuts

I layered the two die cuts together, then accented with some iridescent rhinestones for the flower centers.  The black strip of patterned paper is from the new This & That 6 x 6 paper pad. For the sentiment, I used one of the gorgeous new stamps in the Sentiementally Yours set. I embossed it in white on black cardstock, then cut at an angle for a fun little sentiment strip.

Next I pulled out the Halloween Gnomes set and stamped and colored all the images in the set. Football season means I get lots more time to color while watching televised games with my boys. 😀 I couldn't help but create this little fright night scene with a few of the images I cut with the coordinating dies, using the Pierced Round Top Layers die as a backdrop.

I added a bit of silver thread to hang the spider from the tree branch, then added the sentiment embossed in white on midnight cardstock. The patterned paper is from This & That.

While I had the images out, I started on another card using the Halloween Gnomes set.  This time I decided to have the witch gnome peeking out from the See Through Tag Confetti Cuts.  

I cut the tag from Stone cardstock and then layered a piece of Sunshine cardstock behind it, using the die as a stencil to sponge a little spiced marmalade distress ink for a moon glow.  I tucked in the spider web, and then added the sentiment along the diagonal stitch lines. A bit of polka dot ribbon accents the tag and I added a midnight mat to make it pop.  I finished off with more This & That paper and a stone card base.

For my final card for today, I pulled out the adorable new Joyous Holiday set.  I love the sweet angels in this set and once again had a fun time coloring with Copics.  Here I used the wreath and angel image, then stamped the star image several times onto a Double Scallop Border die cut.

The middle panel is white cardstock sponged with squeezed lemonade distress oxide and matted with the thinner side of the double scallop die cut. I then embossed this with a snowflake embossing folder and popped up on a foam sheet.  I added the sweet little angel and wreath images, then stamped the sentiment onto a banner and layered over the wreath. The background panel is Salsa cardstock embossed with a Christmas embossing folder.

Thanks so much for stopping by today! I had so much fun sharing these projects with you. Guess what? There is still so much more inspiration to be found along this hop! Be sure and check out each of these talented artists for their creations with this fabulous new release. Happy hopping!

Your next stop on the hop is the fabulous Kathy Schweinfurth.

Julee Tilman ✋That's me!

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~amy~ said...

Julee I love all your wonderful projects!

Nora Noll said...

All of you projects are GORGEOUS but I LOVE the blue pumpkin. Your coloring is beautiful!!

Melissa said...

Your cards are adorable and pretty! The pumpkin is my favorite too!

kiwimeskreations said...

Loving that aqua Punkin Julee - that is stunning! Your Christmas card is gorgeous too

Janet said...

Gorgeous cards! I am particularly fond of the new font in the sentiment set. Very unique. Thanks for the inspiration. :D