Tuesday, March 20

My Sweet Petunia and Reverse Confetti Collaboration Hop!!


Hello everyone!! Welcome to a fabulous collaboration hop between My Sweet Petunia and Reverse Confetti. Both Design Teams have prepared amazing projects for you, plus what is a hop without prices! YAY!! 
Yes, we have 2 amazing prices:
$60 shopping spree at My Sweet Petunia and
$60 shopping spree at Reverse Confetti.

The only thing you have to do is enjoy the hop and leave your comments on the participating blog (we all love them). 
Leave your comment no later than March 25th at 11:59 pm (Central Time) and winners will be announced on Tuesday March 27th, on the Reverse Confetti and My Sweet Petunia blogs.

Now, let me show you the projects I have for you today! Of course for all my projects I used Reverse Confetti and my MISTI, so let's get started.

Wishing you Well
I started stamping a background using Cubes Color Combo #4 Inks and one of the stamps from So Stripey set. Then I added a frame created with dies and vellum paper. After that I stamped the sentiment on the vellum piece in Jet Black Stazon Ink, sentiment from Petals' n Posies.
For the top image, I stamped the big floral image from Something Wonderful set on a piece of white cardstock in Salsa Ink, then cut it out. Added leaves from Petals 'n Posies set, stamped in Pistachio ink. Added them to card front with foam adhesive. Embellished with silver thread and pearls.

 The best thing...
This card was super easy and fast to make.
Started with a piece of light pink cardstock and stamped  the floral image from Something Wonderful in Piggy Bank Ink, then stamped the sentiment in Salsa Ink. The top floral was stamped in Salsa ink as well, cut out and added to front panel with foam adhesive. Embellished the card with silver thread, pearls and red rhinestones.

 Thanks so very much
This was the first card I made and love it very much!! 
Started with the background, used a stencil and white embossing paste, then set it aside to dry. 
Stamped the floral images from Garden Bunch Set in Rose, Wisteria and Black. Then die-cut the flowers using coordinated dies
Added flowers and leaves from Petals' n Posies using foam adhesive.
Stamped the sentiment from Lots' to Say on a piece of vellum in St. Valentine Stazon Ink.
Embellished the card with pearls.

Blog hop list!
Get ready to get inspired!

Giovana Smith ---> Me
 Lydia Fiedler


Hope you enjoy this hop! 
Don't forget to leave a comment for your chance to win!
Have fun!



68 comments:

  1. I love all of your floral cards, Giovana! The middle one is my favorite; pinks and reds are my colors!

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  2. Beautiful work! I am especially taken with the last one.

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  3. All of your cards are gorgeous. You've done a fantastic job showing the versatility of these stamps. I love the softness and calmness from the second card.

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  4. Your cards are all gorgeous! I especially love the black
    BG with the colors; it just pops!

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  5. The contrast of the black background is awesome! Going to have to try that soon, thanks for the inspiration!

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  6. Love that "thanks so very much" card, it's my favorite. Love what you did with the stencil and embossing paste.

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  7. Jolie carte, une préférence pour la noire ! merci pour l'inspiration !

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  8. what a beautiful way to showcase the floral images! thank you for the inspiration! :)

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  9. Thanks for sharing your wonderful cards.

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  10. I have never used embossing paste on a card before. Your example was beautiful.

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  11. So glad flowers are part of God’s creation.

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  12. I think I like your red/white modern monochromatic card. Beautiful! Thanks for sharing!

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  13. Even though I don't have a die cut machine, I know with your inspiration that I can try and make a card just like yours. (Well, almost like yours') Thanks for sharing your creations. Love the lattice card, I think I have some pretty paper that looks similar which I can use.

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  14. Wishing you well is a beautiful card and the names and colors are stunning. Second card is lovely and soft. The third is my total favorite and I’m going to try it with what I have on hand.

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  15. Wow! Your cards are stunning! Love the bold colors with the soft vellum.

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  16. Love what you've done here!!

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  17. Love the monochromatic look of the 2nd card!

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  18. Great designs - I love the vellum you added!

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  19. So pretty. Love all the details, colors, patterns, and designs. Just lovely ideas.

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  20. Lovely cards. Great designs. Love them all ♥

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  21. i really like the white Embossing paste with the black cardstock. Very classy!

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  22. I love the layered roses in such bold colors. I use pastels with my set, but you have inspired me to try a new color scheme!

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  23. Giovana, your gorgeous cards are breathtaking!!! Oh my, oh my!! From the frame card to the stunning black with bold colors!! All 3 are amazing!!

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  24. Great cards! I love your floral designs! You created a really fantastic background on your last card with the embossing paste!

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  25. Beautiful cards! Love the striped background on the framed card & all your florals are gorgeous. Awesome designs!

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  26. Giovana, these are beautiful!

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  27. Love the cards! I especially love the black card. There is just something about those flowers that I love! I love the texture and appearance of the whole layout.

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  28. Wonderful cards you have created.

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  29. Stunning cards, especially the one with the embossing paste. So dramatic!

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  30. I like them all, for three different reasons.

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  31. I love all of the new ideas!

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  32. these cards are so pretty - thanks for the ideas:)

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  33. All your cards are very pretty. . the first one is my fave with the striped background!

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  34. Those colorful flowers pop on that black background.

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  35. The backgrounds really set things off beautifully!

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  36. Really liking all those florals, so pretty and fab colours, my fab is the first but last one.x

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  37. Of all the cards I'm crazy for the last one and that's saying something since I think they're all wonderful! Thank you for the inspiration!

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  38. Love all of your beautiful cards. What wonderful ideas.

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  39. Beautiful cards! Enjoying this awesome hop... lots of great ideas!

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  40. Liked the last one the best...but they were all awesome....thanks for sharing!!!

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  41. I'm crazy about the thank you card! That black background really makes the pretty flowers pop.

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  42. Pretty cards, especially like the red florals!

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  43. Fabulous cards Giovana! I love the backgrounds on all of them!

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  44. Great cards! Love the colors and the black card with the bright flowers is stunning. Beautiful job!

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  45. Your cards are SO pretty! I love all the flowers you used!

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  46. Very pretty flowers on these cards.

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  47. Beautiful floral cards! Love that black lattice background.

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  48. Beautiful floral cards! Love that black lattice background.

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  49. Beautiful floral cards! Love that black lattice background.

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  50. Love all the flowers!! Great cards!!

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  51. Your cards have a lot of visual depth. Thanks for sharing!

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  52. These are all so beautiful! Love the black stenciled background with the bright colors... awesome!

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  53. Wow! Loved the use of the die cut flowers! Stunning cards!

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  54. I love the flowers on the black cardstock!

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  55. Oo, with the embossing paste, those flowers very much look like they're on an old trellis. I love that look! I also really like your use of vellum/shades of the same colors to create a lighter background and darker foreground. That's so pretty. Thanks for sharing these creative ideas with us!

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  56. Lovely cards; my fave is the last one with the bright flowers against the black background--stunning!

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  57. So pretty - love the layers and the colors.

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  58. Three gorgeous creations, Giovana! So very elegant!

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  59. This is such a great set of florals !!
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