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I am so excited to share with you that I am a guest designer for September and October for Reverse Confetti! 

Today, we are counting down to the new release on September 16th with a sneak peek of the “Hello Bootiful” set. This set is absolutely adorable! I made 2 cards to share with you.

I created a one layer card. I stamp out the cute ghost on masking paper then I ink blended over them with distress inks. I lifted my masks and restampt the ghost in the white space. That way heat embossed a sentiment on top of wheleum and a tatcht it to my card. 

For my second card I used the masks that I had created and reused them. I just loved how the ink was layered on top of them and I didnt want to just throw them away. Hope you enjoyed the inspirationen!

I hope you enjoyed this sneak peek! Don’t forget to comment on all the designers posts. Reverse Confetti will be giving a $15 prize for a blog commenter and also one for Facebook. Comments will close at noon CST on September 15th and the winner will be announced at 5pm on September 15th on the Reverse Confetti Blog and Facebook page.

Reverse Confetti 

                                                                    Emelie Hessler  

                                                                    Maria Russell  <--- Next

Lisa Henke  

Meg Brooks  

Amy Kolling  

Jennifer Kotas   

Dana Kirby  

Jeanne Jachna  

Amy Tsuruta  

Colleen Beamish 


  1. I love your cards! The ghosts are so cute. I like the coloured ones, so unique!

  2. Ooooh, love them both!! Great colors used with these cuties.

  3. Oh I adore all the repetitiveness (is that a word?) LOL! It's darling and fun and not spooky - which I love.

  4. These are so fun! I love the ghosts!

  5. Your ghosts are awesome! Great colors!

  6. Your cards are ALL super cute!! Love the ghosts!
    Have a wonderful day,
    Migdalia Rodriguez
    Migdalia's Crafts

  7. Absolutely loving the brightly coloured ghosts!!!

  8. I love how you used them as a background. That is so nice.

  9. The rainbow ghosts are fun.
    Love the sentiment on the vellum.
    The coloring behind those ghosts is
    great. thanks for sharing


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