It's time for the Reverse Confetti New Release Blog hop!! All of the amazing new products we've been sharing over the past three days are now available in the Reverse Confetti Store!
If you've been following along the hop, you should have arrived here from Stacey Schafer's blog. If you are just starting out, you can head on over to the Reverse Confetti blog to begin! From here you will be heading to Sarah Gough's blog.
For my card today I am featuring one of my favorite products from the new release, the Layered Snowflake Confetti Cuts. One of the reasons that this die is so special to me is that I helped Jen with the designing of it. She wanted to create a die inspired by my clay ornaments, and I was thrilled to help with the process.
Here are pictures of the two ornaments that we used for our inspiration.
Here are pictures of the two ornaments that we used for our inspiration.
And here is the card I made with this fun new die!
My head is swimming with all of the possibilities for this die! Aside from creating a snowflake like I did here, you could use all the small pieces for so much more! And there are infinite different ways you can arrange all the pieces! I layered most of the pieces here by just glueing them down flat, but I did layer the blue base down to the white base with foam tape.
I also layered the light pink flower shape with some foam tape. The sentiment is embossed with white embossing powder and tucked under the edge of the snowflake with foam tape. I cut the Snow die sentiment out with fun foam and the the light blue card stock and layered those before glueing down to my card base.
I also used the snowflake to create a cute embellishment for the top of one of the brand new Frosted Pillow boxes that Reverse Confetti is now carrying! They are so cute!
I just used a few pieces of the snowflake die for my pillow box topper. Then I cut the banner out and attached it with foam tape, then glued the Merry die cut onto that. I filled the box with starlight mints, then wrapped the new twine around the box. I tied it in the back, then attached the snowflake to the pillow box with foam tape. I then used the green twine to tie a small bow at the top!
Thanks so much for stopping by! Your next stop on the hop is
Sarah Gough! And if you get lost along the hop, you can always go back to the Reverse Confetti blog to see the whole line up!
Enjoy the hop!
Kay! You're absolutely AMAZING. Love Love your projects and the Layered Snowflake die is so AWESOME.ReplyDelete
When I first saw the layered snowflake die set I thought of your ornaments...GREAT job on the design. THANK you for creating something I can finally work with *paper* and make an ornament similar to your Sculpey masterpieces.ReplyDelete
I am so very thrilled for you, Kay! How exciting to help design a die set. And to have that design be inspired from your clay ornaments has got to be just about the best feeling ever! Now we can play with paper a bit like you play with clay. Yippeee! Your examples are gorgeous, by the way. :) Just giddy for you! Bi, huge, happy hugs to you!! :)ReplyDelete
I just drool every time I see those ornaments of yours. And now how lucky are we that we have a snowflake die so we can create paper versions of it. I love this and love your projects and always love your inspiration!ReplyDelete
Your snowflake die set is pure genius Kay. I absolutely love it and your projects are amazing with it. I can't wait to have this in my stash! Congrats to you on the design of this.ReplyDelete
Fabulous snowflake art Kay!!! I love it!ReplyDelete
Oh Kay, I can't tell you how excited I am about this die set! Your ornaments are so gorgeous and I am thrilled to see a die set inspired by them! Can't wait til mine gets here!! :)ReplyDelete
Truly a master of art! I absolutely love all the projects you created with this snowflake die!ReplyDelete
A very sweet gift project...your snowflakes, clay or paper are wonderful!ReplyDelete
So gorgeous! I LOVE your ornaments and to think that I can possibly make some out of paper is amazing. So awesome!ReplyDelete
Beautiful snowflakes, Kay! Can't wait for mine to arrive! I can now have a copy of your ornaments on my tree!ReplyDelete
Kay congratulations on this wonderful snowflake die inspired by your gorgeous ornaments! I already ordered mine and am so excited to receive it! :)ReplyDelete
Congratulations again Kay! This is so exciting to have a die based off of your beautiful ornaments love your card as wellReplyDelete
Oh my! Your clay creations are amazing to begin with, then this? Wonderful!ReplyDelete
I'm so excited for you Kay!! Your ornaments are incredible and your new die is another work of art!! Pretty pretty projects today!!ReplyDelete
Ok I must order this die set IMMEDIATELY!!!!!! You are so creative and inspiring. And I love how you have so much fun with your creations!ReplyDelete
Wow!! Honestly your clay ornaments are just STUNNING and so detailed. I love how you created your cards inspired by them, they're a work of art! Gorgeous!!ReplyDelete
Your clay ornaments are beautiful! One of the other hops had the die done in felt, and I could imagine a tree covered in them... Now I can see clay would be just as beautiful! Amazing work! Thank you for sharing! I can't wait to order these dies!ReplyDelete
Hi Kay ... had to say it again... gorgeous in every single way!ReplyDelete
SO AWESOME! I knew I saw "your" ornaments! your card version looks as fabulous as the clay one does!ReplyDelete
Wow! I LOVE how you used the inspiration photos in your card. I have these same polymer clay ornaments pinned over at pinterest--I love them! :)ReplyDelete
Just beautiful ... ornaments! and cards made with the dies! Too pretty for words :D I always thought your clay things would also make wonderful cards. And there they are! Wow!ReplyDelete
Beautiful Kay! When I 1st looked at your card, I thought it looks like your ornaments lol! WTG!! Thank You for always being so inspiring and making me spend my money lol!ReplyDelete
The details on the snowflake are AMAZING, Kay, so much like your clay ornaments! I'm so happy I'll be able to make ornament gifts this year with this die!ReplyDelete
SO cool! Love the ones in clay AND the ones in paper! Good collaboration!ReplyDelete
You clay ornaments and cards are just stunning!! I hope to see more collaborations in the future! :)ReplyDelete
The card is beautiful! I like the tag too! You are an amazing artist!ReplyDelete
Congrats on your collaboration with RC with this gorgeous design, Kay! Your card is absolutely gorgeous and the pillow box is just beautiful! I'm loving the font on these sentiments, too...Thanks so much for being part of the hop!ReplyDelete
That is awesome! Congrats on the new die...and it's beautiful put together!!ReplyDelete
Oh my goodness, lovely, lovely! So crisp and new. Great color combos you used too. Brilliant design!ReplyDelete
Your samples are all so gorgeous! Congrats on collaborating with RC to introduce this amazing design! Love it!!ReplyDelete
Such a fabulous array of snowflakes to get all of our juices going! Great job!ReplyDelete
Oh Kay...this is so awesome!!!! I was wondering many times how long it will take until i am able to get some Kay designed goodies!! :) I SO need this Snowflake!!ReplyDelete
I love the card and the pillow box!! Beautiful my sweet friend!!!
Congrats on this! The Snowflakes are as gorgeous as your original ornaments!ReplyDelete
Oh may, I fell in love with your clay ornaments and bought a couple last year. So cool that now there are dies to make some for cards!ReplyDelete
Kay this die set is so wonderfully you. Ii can't wait to try and recreate some of the ornaments I have purchased from you! ;)ReplyDelete