Tuesday, March 20, 2018

Reverse Confetti Spring Fling Blog Hop with My Sweet Petunia




I'm so excited to be a part of the Reverse Confetti + My Sweet Petunia Spring Fling Blog Hop!

There will be two lucky commenters from the hop to win one of two prizes: a $60 shopping spree at www.mysweetpetunia.com and a $60 shopping spree at www.reverseconfetti.com - you must leave your comment no later than Sunday, March 25th, at 11:59 PM Central time and winners will be announced on Tuesday March 27th, on the Reverse Confetti and My Sweet Petunia blogs.

I'm the start of the hop, so let's get this party started!  Here's a peek at my project I made especially today:


I've started a card basket that I'll fill with cards to gift to my Momma for Mother's Day! 

I know that I'm not the only one that has an Original MISTI + Mini MISTI.  I use them whenever I stamp and can't imagine my life without them.

Let's chat about my tag, it is the Dashed Line Tag, cut in Lime Green.  I layered the My Sunshine set + coordinating confetti cuts on it.  Reverse Confetti stamps hold and stamp ink wonderfully, but I always like to see things stamped out, I might decide that I want it darker which is a snap because when you use the MISTI all you need to do is just ink up the image again.  


I used Coral and Bellini inks on the sunrays.  The center has been stamped in Buttercup.  I generally like to ink up the edges of images where the sentiment is white space, it brings out the sentiment.

Here's one of the two cards that I made to start off my Momma's supply.  


The Large Diamond Cover Panel has been cut in Piggy Bank and Buttercup.  I made sure to say all the diamond bits.  I originally was going to design one card but figured since I had the ingredients for a second, why not.  I could have just layered a Buttercup panel behind the Piggy Bank Large Diamond Cover Panel but I had all the bits to add and love the one panel look.

I adore the Tall Blooms set!  The blooms have been stamped in Midnight ink and watercolored.  I was happy to see that the sentiment form the Honey Bear set seemed to be a perfect fit.

My last card basically uses the same design but different cardbase colors:


I decided to scoot things over to the right side of the card.  The sentiment is from the Tall Blooms set.

I generally eyeball things first using my Mini MISTI:


As you might have noticed, I scooted things down a bit to conserve paper.  I do save cardstock/pattern paper bits for all my design teams.


I just recovered the magnets with some fun washi tape (thanks Novell!).   That makes it a bit easier when they attach themselves together.  The bar magnets are definitely on my wish list.

My Springy color palette was inspired by:




Up next is the awesome Ilina Crouse!  In case you get lost along the way, here's the entire hop listing:

Amy Tsuruta 💚
I'm looking forward to hopping and soaking up all of the fabulous inspiration!

88 comments:

  1. So pretty! This floral set is just gorgeous!

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  2. Beautiful cards. I can't imagine how I made cards before I had my MISTI! Saves so much time & cardstock.
    Thanks for the opportunity to win such generous prizes.
    HAPPY EASTER!

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  3. I love your negative/positive cards! I never think to use the "other" part to make a matching/opposite project! Super cute basket too!!

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  4. Adorable little gift basket with very pretty cards to put in it! MISTI has definitely been a game changer for me. Love the results I get with it.

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  5. I still need a Misti! Soon ... lol
    Your cards are very pretty. Love that floral set.

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  6. Beautiful, and oh so Spring-y!

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  7. Love the curved diamond cover plate. Thanks for the inspiration, Spring is close, right!

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  8. Love this. Gorgeous card and the tag is darling! Love the colors on both ♥

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  9. Lucky mom to receive such a gorgeous gift. The diamond plate inlays really enhance the design of the cards. TFS the cards and the sweet basket.

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  10. I have thing for tags and yours is so adorable.

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  11. such a sweet basket of cards! your mother is going to love it! :)
    thank for the beautiful inspiration to start off the hop!

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  12. I love the card made with the Diamond covered Panel. The colors are so complimentary and the flowers add a sweet touch.

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  13. What a sweet idea for your mom! I have both of the Mistis myself, Amy, and I can't imagine stamping without either of them!

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  14. Ohhhhhhhh these are gorgeous! LOVING the soft colors!!!!!!!!!!

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  15. This is so pretty Amy I love the pink and yellow card with the gorgeous blooms and the basket makes a beautiful presentation!

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  16. Love the tag and cards! Such pretty spring colors and the backgrounds are perfect with this beautiful flower! Beautiful job!

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  17. Such a sweet project and a great idea!

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  18. I’m not much into stamping-more of a scrapbook card maker but a misti really would come in handy for my sentiments-esp when I make 45+ Valentine cards for my church to include in their baskets for the elderly in Feb.

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  19. Love the Tall Blooms stamp set. Your cards are so soft; feminine. Perfect for Mother's Day. Thanks for sharing!

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  20. I just love inlaid cards. Your is lovely.

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  21. Those cards are gorgeous and I just love ALL of the colors!

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  22. Janine and Chris’ links are working for me.

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  23. Nice! The good thing about inlaying instead of popping up is that you don't have to cut a zillion bitsy bits of foam tape....

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  24. You have some great ideas. The card basket Gives me some new thoughts. The stamp set is lovely and you did a beautiful job on the card. I don't have the Misti but I do have a stamp positioning tool and it is very helpful.

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  25. Beautiful cards, love the Tall Blooms.

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  26. The bar magnets are on my wish list, too! Such a fun packaging idea! I'm sure your mom will love it!

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  27. What a thoughtful gift for your mom. I loved the tall blooms set from the last release.

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  28. Love Reverse Confetti! This is a beautiful card!

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  29. Wonderful projects and take on the inspiration photo, Amy!

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  30. I love your gift idea for your mom. Very sweet card.

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  31. what a lovely gift for your mom!

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  32. Wonderful! I love your colors choices too -

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  33. Such a cute basket of cards. I'm sure your mom will love it.

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  34. Love the little basket and such a sweet gift for your mom. Great job!

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  35. What a sweet and thoughtful gift for your mom. The cards you created are beautiful! I love the tall blooms also, and the colors you chose are perfect for Spring!

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  36. So pretty. Love all the details, colors, patterns, and designs. And that basket is adorable. Just lovely.

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  37. What a great idea for a Mom gift! I love the cards also. Tall Blooms is going to the top of my wish list!

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  38. That soft pink flower is so pretty! Love giving my mom cards, too!

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  39. Amy, love your sweet cards and basket! Love that you used the positive and negative of the die cuts! Such pretty colors and loving the Misti!

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  40. Happy birthday to your momma! She's going to love this gorgeous basket filled with pretty cards from her girl!

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  41. Tall Blooms just arrived in my mailbox, and I can't wait to try them out! Thanks for the wonderful inspiration!

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  42. Love your Mom's gift. Thanks for sharing your great inspiration.

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  43. I just love these cards! I really love the diamond background, I love how you took the time to put a different color in to give the background depth. I think I need to add some background dies to my stash. Lol

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  44. What a thoughtful gift for Mother's Day! A darling little tag to start it off, and a beautiful card for her to send. I think I use my MISTI on every card, too!

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  45. Love the inlaid parts
    of your card. Lovely
    colors.
    Carla from Utah

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  46. What a great idea for mother's day with the card box. Your cards are so pretty!

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  47. Amazing gift for Momma, gives me a few idea's, thanks, your tag and cards are very beautiful and I'm loving the background details as much as the foreground. Thank you for idea's. x

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  48. So interesting... Love the background... this is starting to be my fav thing to do is different backgrounds makes all the difference...

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  49. Both very pretty cards! Your mom will love them! I love cover plate dies!!

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  50. I love all of the new ideas!

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  51. Beautiful cards! Love the flower stamp set you used.

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  52. So soft and lovely!!! Thank you!

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  53. I like your cards... always nice to get 2 cards out of 1.

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  54. Fantastic tag and card! I love the idea of making a card basket! I've been wanting to make cards for my mother-in-law for a gift, but I just never seem to get it done.

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  55. Sweet cards, but I have to say I love the diamond cover panel one - I love getting two cards that are just a little bit different.

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  56. Sweet cards!! Love that background.

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  57. nice card..and i too want some bar magnets!

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  58. Oh I love your sweet card and scooting the pretty flowers off to the right makes for a lovely design, Amy!

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  59. Sweet card basket and tag, and I love your pretty card!

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  60. Pretty cards and pretty sentiments!

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  61. This is such a fabulous Mother's Day gift idea, Amy! That basket is going to look SO pretty all filled with cards! Love the two you've started out with. Moms always love flowers, and these are gorgeous. Love that you made two cards in opposites to use up all those awesome cover plate die cuts!

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  62. So so so so beautiful!! Love the way you used that cover die and the sweet colors in this! And those flowers! Love how intricuate the dies cut them out... just beautiful!

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  63. I just love the pink and yellow together, perfectly sunny and sweet!

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  64. Such an amazing idea of giving a basket to mom!Beautiful cards with gorgeous color combos!

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  65. I'm so glad to know that I'm not the only cardmaker who hasn't outgrown the "look Mommy, I made you something!" phase of life. And moms are always the best about it! You really can't ask for more. Thanks for sharing these beautiful cards with us.

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  66. Darling projects, and your mama is sure to love this wonderful gift, amy! I just love those little strawberry baskets - filled with your cards? what a treat!
    =]

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  67. Beautiful project. Soft and spring-like!!

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  68. Wonderful Mother's Day gift!!! It's beautiful!!

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  69. I love the green tag and the two cards made with the same background cover die! So pretty!

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  70. The tall floral stamps seem to be so versatile!

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  71. I love these! Thank you for sharing!!!!

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  72. Pinks green and yellows are some of my fave colour combos - love these Amy!

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  73. I love when I get multiple cards out of one background!

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  74. I really loved the colors of the inks you used. The tag is so cute and the cards are beautiful. It is amazing to see how reversing the background color on the cards changes it so much. Loved your cards

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  75. Love the basket and the tall blooms!

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  76. So pretty - love the diamond cover plate and the flowers.

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  77. Beautiful card! Love the stamps!

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  78. These cards are absolutely gorgeous !!
    [margessw(at)icloud(dot)com]

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  79. Another fabulous release from Reverse Confetti. And your art is as lovely and inspiring as ever, Amy. Great fun and wonderful creativity once again!
    Karen Letchworth
    www.karen-mycuprunnethover.blogspot.com

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Cheers,
~amy~