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Sunday, July 7, 2013

Countdown to Confetti: Arrows 'n Elements


Well, how'd ya'll like yesterday's Sneak Peeks from REVERSE CONFETTI?  I KNOW!!  I told ya'll they're FABBY!  I'm having the most fun creating with them.  They require very little coloring and sometimes you just want to make stuff with pieces and parts and configure them just so to make a splendid project!  Am I right?

Today is the LAST day of Sneak Peeks from REVERSE CONFETTI...That means that all 4 NEW sets will go LIVE at midnight tonight!  WooOHOooOO!!


I can say you're going to LOVE this next set the Confetti Crew is showing off today for Reverse Confetti called ARROWS 'N ELEMENTS.  It's got pieces and parts galore and is so TRENDY right now!  My card actually uses 6 of the stamps in the set.  Notice how the words fit right into the little stripey box?  That's my FAVORITE!  (Secret:  a few of the sentiments from the other new sets and some from previously released sets also fit in the little stripey box...Your Welcome.)  Also, I'm currently working on something else fun using this set...who's familiar with the little 3x4 cards used in pocket-type scrapbooking?  I haven't dove into that "project" yet, but I REALLY want to!  I need more cheering on from ya'll first!

Ok, ya'll want to see more fabulous designs from our UBER-TALENTED Confetti Crew?  Say yes.  Jen has a link list of all the Confetti Crew contributors for today's Sneak Peeks over on the REVERSE CONFETTI BLOG.  But before you go, here's a look at the full ARROWS ' ELEMENTS set (because we're cool like that):


But wait!  There's MORE!   
We have a little something for YOU!
PRIZE details, plus, plus, plus...

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SUSIE Q-TIP:  What I think is fun to do with sets like this is to choose a color scheme and then just start stamping and cutting out the elements in different matching colors.  That way, when you have a layout in mind, all the pieces are ready to go and you can swap them out until you get the desired look.  Ya'll know I like mixey-matchy.  Save the rest for future projects, or give them to your kids for their smash books.

Stamps:  Arrows 'n Elements (Reverse Confetti)
Paper:  White, Pure Poppy, Smokey Shadow, Kraft, Black (PTI)
Ink:  Licorice Black (MFT), Real Red (SU!), Cityscape (SUINK)
Accessories:   Circle and Labels Three Nestabilities, Circle Punches, Star Punches, Silver Brads, Jody Boosters
Finished Size:  A2

20 comments:

  1. I love the chevron arrows and your card is so fun!!!

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  2. You're such an enabler! "All sorts of sentiments fit into the little box" well of course I need this set and all the others that fit, too;-)!

    This is an awesome card! Hard to believe you used 6 different stamps on it! You really made them all work together as one big team! Thanks for sharing/enabling!

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  3. Fantastic guy colors....great card!!
    <3 J

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  4. Very cute Susie!! Love the different elements!

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  5. Love what you did with this set. The layers, colors, design are all fabulous.

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  6. Awesome masculine card! This set is rockin my world!

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  7. I love the colors here--this card just stands out!

    Chris L.

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  8. This is amazing! I love all of the elements.

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  9. I loved yesterday's posts, BUT I reeeeeaaaallly love today's posts!!! This set rocks!!! And so does your card!! This will be perfect with PL, do it!!

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  10. I love your color combo here! And it looks like that arrow could turn with the brad holding in place - how clever!

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  11. You rocked the arrows, Susan! Great card!

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  12. The more I see this set used - the more I like it! Great card - love the color combo.

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  13. So modern, bold and graphic. Great card!

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  14. I am loving how you can make these images look masculine or feminine!

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  15. LOVE this card-- it's def. perfect for just about anyone! I esp. love the & in the circle-- LOVE LOVE LOVE! I must get a 1" and 1/2" circle punch (and even 1/4") ASAP! Great sneak peek, Susan!! <3

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  16. The more I see what you have done with these stamps, the better I like these sets. They seem to just jump onto the page--for you. I will have to try some variations of what you have done.

    Come and see what I've done lately! kren@
    http://afourthlife.blogspot.com

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