Monday, April 8, 2019

April Creative Hop | Reverse Confetti

Hello!  Today is the 8th of the month which means it's time for the Reverse Confetti Creative Hop!  You should have arrived here from my teamie, Heather Hoffman.  If not, you'll want to start at the beginning of the hop which is the Reverse Confetti blog!

I'm in full springtime mode and couldn't wait to design a card trio:

I started off with the Stitched Squares Confetti Cuts.  I used pattern paper from:

From Cupid
Every Little Bit
Fun Times

The white panels are Premier Polar White.

Let's start with this one that uses a From Cupid polka panel: 

I used images from the following sets:

Spring Pals (frog, duck, tulips + grass)
Honey Bear (tree/apples, clouds + bee)

Next up is my scenery using the Every Little Bit paper pad:

I used images from the following sets:

Spring Pals (bunny, carrots, duck, tulips + grass)
Bearing Gifts (mountains)
Greatest Adventure (trees + tree stump)
Cured (heart banner)

Here's my final scenery card that uses a panel from the Fun Times 6x6:

I used images from the following sets:

Spring Pals (sheep, duck, tulips + grass)
Holiday Gnomes (homes + tree)

Whew!  I had so much fun putting together these scenery cards.  They're all 4.25 x 4.25...lots of foam adhesive (=not postal friendly).

I can't wait to hop around and see what my teamies designed!

Next up is the fabulous Kathy Schweinfurth!  In case you get lost along the way, the full hop listing is available below!

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  1. Love love love this trio!!! LOVING each little scene you created!! These are FABULOUS!!!!!!

  2. Beautiful trio of cards Amy! I love each one of the scenes and all the amazing details!

  3. Love these spring cards! So fun with the paper packs and these cute critters.

  4. magical little theater in the.... square! amy! LOve those papers!

  5. love these cards!
    so adorable!

  6. What a sweet trio of adorable cards!

  7. These are so so so sweet!! Love the colors and wow... a couple of those pads... I'd never have thought these cards came from those paper pads... awesome!