Reverse Confetti Stock Your Stash Challenge: Oh Baby

Reverse Confetti - Stock Your Stash - Oh Baby Card

Today I’m participating in the Reverse Confetti Stock Your Stash Challenge, and if you (like me) are new to this, it’s a community challenge with a new theme each month. July’s is Oh baby, and I’ve got a clean and simple project to share with you today.

Reverse Confetti - Stock Your Stash - Oh Baby Card

To get started, I colored one of the little critters from the Birthday Buddies stamp set with Copic markers, then cut it out with the coordinating die. While I was die cutting, I also created a whole bunch of the repeating circle die cuts that you see on the project using one of the dies in the Elements set. After stacking them up on each other with liquid glue, I adhered them to a trimmed white card base. Next, I positioned the turtle over the top one, and added a few little accents to the turtle’s bow with a white gel pen. To finish the card, I mounted it on my card base with foam tape and added a few sparkling clear sequins.

Reverse Confetti - Stock Your Stash - Oh Baby Card

If you’d like to play along, you’ve got until July 29th to participate. Once you create your card with your favorite Reverse Confetti stamps and/or Confetti Cuts, head to the Reverse Confetti blog where you’ll see the current Stock Your Stash Challenge post. Add your project photo at the bottom (you can add as many entries as you like) and be sure to use #SYSChallenge when playing along with this challenge on Instagram.

A winner will be selected at random at the end of the month, and if it’s you, you’ll receive a $20 gift certificate to the Reverse Confetti store. The winner of challenge will be posted on the Reverse Confetti blog. Good luck!

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