Tuesday, October 9, 2018

Reverse Confetti Fall-idays Hop - Thanksgiving

Good morning! Today is the second day of a fun 3 day hop with Reverse Confetti to celebrate fall and Christmas holidays! I have a simple home decor project I put together using some lovely pattern paper and dies from Reverse Confetti!


I layered together some lovely pattern papers from the newest 6x6 paper pad, Abundant Autumn, die cutting the orange layer with Stitched Squares Confetti Cuts.


I used a bit of vellum to soften the top layer, then die cut Grateful, Thankful, Blessed Confetti Cut from Midnight Cardstock, adhered it down on the vellum, then layered everything together and put it in a 6x6 shadowbox frame that I grabbed from my local craft store for under $3 - perfect!


There is also a great sale - great time to grab anything you have your eyes on!


Here is a peek at the items I used for my project today:



   


Here is the entire blog hop line-up so you don't get lost along the way:


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8 comments:

  1. perfect home decor project, love your color choices Heather!

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  2. Love the papers and the die cut words, but you definitely had me at VELLUM. Such a charming project, Heather.

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  3. Love this, especially your color combo!

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  4. This is such a darling little project, Heather. Another wonderful job inspiring us all.
    Blessings to you,
    Karen Letchworth

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  5. Love this idea. It will be easy to
    change out the lining for another
    holiday. this one can be kept for
    next year. thanks for sharing
    txmlhl(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  6. Beautiful home decor project! Thank you for the inspiration :)

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  7. Oh what a beautiful decor piece!! Great idea!

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  8. what a pretty framed art piece! gorgeous colors and dies. :)

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