Reverse Confetti & CardMaker Blog Hop
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Are you ready for some design inspiration?!? Well, we have you covered! We’re joining designers from Reverse Confetti today to spotlight some of our favorite stamps and dies. We have lots of blogs to visit, plus a fun giveaway from Reverse Confetti, so let’s get started!

Pineapples A Plenty
Pineapples are everywhere these days and I, for one, couldn’t be happier about that! So, it’s no surprise that when given the opportunity to select product for this hop, I chose the Pineapples A Plenty stamp and die sets. This summertime motif is fresh and fun and makes for creating colorful designs!

I wanted some super-simple cards that would be great for sending to friends in the summer. For the first card, I simply stamped and cut the pineapple from white cardstock and adhered it to a card base with foam squares. I drew a quick uneven border around the edge with a metallic marker and embellished with sequins. Note: The sequins were self-adhesive which made the process that much simpler!

For my second card, I stamped and cut three pineapples from cardstock. I used metallic ink for the middle pineapple which added a bit of shimmer. I added a layer of polka-dot vellum to a card base and added the pineapples on top. Baker’s twine and buttons finished off the design.

Supplies used: Pineapples Aplenty stamp and die sets from Reverse Confetti; Blending Card from X-Press It; gold Fancy Designer Vellum Foil and daffodil delight ink pad from Stampin’ Up!; Ombre lime to forever green ink pad from Hero Arts; sweet mango ink pad from Gina K. Designs; sunshine ink pad from Clearsnap; Delicata golden glitz ink pad and sponge daubers from IMAGINE Crafts/Tsukineko; orange baker’s twine from Really Reasonable Ribbon; 28 Lilac Lane tropical twist buttons from Buttons Galore & More; yellow lemon adhesive sequins from Jillibean Soup; bronze marker from BIC; scoring board from Scor-Pal Products; paper trimmer from Fiskars; adhesive squares and dots from Elmer’s; adhesive foam squares from Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L®. 

Thanks so much to Reverse Confetti for sending all of the designers product!

Next up on the hop is the talented Amy Tsuruta!

If you get lost along the way, come back here for the complete hop list!

44 Responses to Reverse Confetti & CardMaker Blog Hop

  1. ~amy~ says:

    Lovin’ both of your FUN Pineapple cards!

  2. Julie Tucker says:

    Gorgeous! LOVING the pineapple!!!!

  3. Great colors! Great design! I just love the pineapples stamps and dies that match too!

  4. omg… I just love the colors on this one (especially the gold)! So pretty and sunny feeling..

  5. So cute. I love your pineapple cards. The self adhesive sequin is a fab idea.

  6. Wendi says:

    Love this sweet pineapple card!

  7. Lois B says:

    Adhesive sequins — who knew? Two cute cards!

  8. Kathleen Christen says:

    Love the Pineapples!!! 😉

  9. Ericka Strange says:

    Great card love this set from Reverse Confetti. Love the added embellishments and the buttons too!

  10. Larisa says:

    this is so cute!

  11. Carisa says:

    I love your pineapple cards so much!!!

  12. Carla Hundley says:

    Super cute card and
    love the buttons and
    Carla from Utah

  13. Diane says:

    Beautiful cards, the gold works so well with the pineapples!

  14. Bonnie Sharp says:

    Yes…pineapples!! a sign of friendship and hospitality…..just perfect!

  15. Denise Bryant says:

    Love these fun pineapple stamps and dies! Very cute cards!

  16. Amy Sheffer says:

    Gorgeous cards! Love the gold!

  17. Kathleen Reilly says:

    Beautiful cards


  18. Beverly Lewis says:

    Cute, cute cards. Don’t you just love Reverse Confetti!

  19. Lisa Silver says:

    I’m crazy for pineapples! Great cards!

  20. Teresa Doyle says:

    These are beautiful. I love the gold touches and the sequins added to both. Really jazzes them up!

  21. Kathy says:

    This looks like a lot of fun! I’ve been admiring those pineapples…love these bright colored with the gold polka dots and the sweet buttons!

  22. Deb L says:

    I have had my eye on those adhesive sequins… them

  23. Evelyn Vasquez says:

    Loving the pineapples. A great reminder to use some of my buttons too.

  24. DawnL says:

    Cute, cute! Love the pineapple!

  25. Roseanna Crawford says:

    Love the cards, thanks for the inspiration.

  26. I LOVE these bright and cheerful pineapples! These are really cute and look so fresh!
    Take care!

  27. Anne Sturgeon says:

    They look good enough to eat! Love those pineapples. Almost as much as I love your magazine.

  28. Mary Holshouser says:

    It was a wonderful hop.
    Saw so many great ideas for my cards.
    The stamps and dies are fantastic.
    thanks for sharing.

  29. Leigh Penner says:

    Those pineapples are one of my favourite sets! I love the cards you made with them!

  30. Pam Young says:

    I’m obsessed with pineapples! Love that set from RC! Great cards

  31. FeM says:

    Cute cards.

  32. This is do yummy and pretty at the same time! Love the touch of gold foil!

  33. Jean Bullock says:

    The cards are delightful. Self-adhesive sequins? how cool.

  34. Janet Ingraham says:

    I like pineapples too. Live in a town that was once pineapple plantations and we use the universal sign for welcome (pineapple) a lot.

  35. Linda D. says:

    Great cards. The vellum is the perfect background on the 2nd card and I love the button embellishment. TFS

  36. Oliev says:

    Cool cards:-)

  37. Loving those pineapples! 🙂

  38. TX JennyWren says:

    Your tropical card looks so inviting with the lovely pineapple. I feel a cool breeze blowing already!! TFS

  39. Roro designer says:

    Lovely card thanks for sharing.

  40. Arianna Barbara says:

    Wow!!! Such a lovely card!!! Absolutely cute!!!

  41. Sue D says:

    Love the pineapples and the buttons.

  42. The gold with the pineapples is a sure winner. Nothing says summer than those two things together. 🙂

  43. D Idlet says:

    Love those pineapples! Beautiful card.

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