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The Greetery’s Confetti Collection: Sneak Peek Day 2

Are you excited for tomorrow’s release? Today brings the rest of the product reveals, so get your shopping list ready! I can not believe we are celebrating The Greetery’s first birthday! This time last year, I was waiting (impatiently) for the store to make its opening debut. Hand In Hand stamp set was my must-have in that release. What’s your must-have for this release?

I spy sweet Cake Pops! how cute are these?? I used the whole Cake Pop Collection between these two cakes, starting with the wedding cake. I used the Cake Pops Banner, and Cake Pops Sentiments stamp for the cake topper. I filled the 1″ bubble with mini Starburst candies before closing it up. I die-cut the white frosting ribbons, added a bit of shading with a C1 Copic marker, and attached faux pearls. I made a sparkly frosting top by adding double-sided adhesive to peach card stock before die-cutting the circle. I took the adhesive backing off, and poured Distress Clear Rock Candy glitter over the exposed adhesive. This chunky glitter gives off the perfect sugar-coated look!

I picked primary colors for my birthday boy’s Cake Pop. The Cake Pops Number Candles are the perfect way to customize your cake. I filled the bubble with mini M&Ms, and set the cake on a red Cake Pop Stand.

I used the long Cake Pop frosting ribbon die to die-cut strips of card stock for my next card.

This background reminds me of a piñata! I glued the strips onto a card stock panel, starting at the bottom. I trimmed the finished panel, and framed it with a Postal Frame. The Die-cut sentiment is from the new Pinwheel Party Die Collection. The card base background is Painterly Stripes, stamped in the same Poppy red as the sentiment shadow.

I used the Pinwheel Party sentiment die again for my next card, this time adding a stenciled pinwheels border. So FUN!

This border was made with the Pinwheel Party Stencil set. This stencil set is massive, and there’s so much you can do with it! The large stencils have A2 size lines to help you line up your panels correctly. I used four stencils for this Pinwheel Party border. I die-cut the border first, then stenciled, so the points matched up. The background is Ticker Tape Background, stamped in Sunshine yellow.

New products used today:

  • Cake Pops Collection: Cake Pops dies, Cake Pops stand, Cake Pops Number Candles, Cake Pops Banner, Cake Pops Sentiments stamp
  • 1″ Clear Bubbles
  • Pinwheel Party stencils, stamps + dies
  • Ticker Tape Background

That’s all that I have for today! Be sure to stop by The Greetery’s blog for full descriptions of each product, and see what amazing projects Betsy has created. All new products will be available in The Greetery shop tomorrow, March 29th, at 10am EST. Thanks for stopping by!


There will be TWO $50 store gift certificates given away each reveal day this week. For a chance to win, leave a comment daily at each blog stop. Winners will be announced tomorrow morning on The Greetery Blog. 

Today’s Designers:

164 Replies to “The Greetery’s Confetti Collection: Sneak Peek Day 2”

  1. What a stunning way to use the twisted banner die, love it!!! Your artwork is very inspiring and makes me want it all.

    1. Distress Oxide Inks: Seedless Preserves, Milled Lavender; Faded Jeans, Tumbled Glass; Mowed Lawn, Twisted Citron; Mustard Seed, Squeezed Lemonade; Persimmon, Carved Pumpkin; Candied Apple, Worn Lipstick

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