Reverse Confetti May SFYTT: Let your Faith



 Hello and Happy Monday!
The weekend always seems to fly by, doesn’t it?  I can’t believe we’re approaching Mid-May already!
Have you seen the awesome May SFYTT?
I was totally inspired by the sketch and gathered the My Minds Eye/Market Street/Ashbury Heights collection.  I love it for the colors and the gold…it totally reminds me of Rifle Paper.
cardstock:  chickaniddy crafts/goldie lox  paper:  mme/market street/ashbury heights  stamps:  reverse confetti/god is good  ink:  ranger/archival/black  other:  reverse confetti/tag me, too confetti cuts, reverse confetti/stitched flag trio confetti cuts, stampin’ up pale pistachio twine, mme enamel dots

I inked up the new Reverse Confetti God is Good set.  It has been stamped on the Reverse Confetti Tag me, too Confetti Cut.  Even though the paper that surrounds the sentiment is quite busy, the text stands out, doesn’t it?

I even decorated the interior of the card:

 cardstock:  recollections/110/white  paper:  mme/market street/ashbury heights  stamps:  reverse confetti label me  ink:  ranger/archival/black  other:  reverse confetti label me confetti cut, american crafts gold washi

The sentiment is from the Reverse Confetti Label Me set.  It has a coordinating Label Me Confetti Cut.  This card is going postal to a dear friend of mine that has been diagnosed with terminal lung cancer.  I want her to know that I’m thinking of her.


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22 thoughts on “Reverse Confetti May SFYTT: Let your Faith”

  1. So pretty, Amy! LOVE this color combo, and anything with dots and stripes always makes me happy! Great sentiment, and love the tag, and the little gold candy dots are the perfect touch!

  2. oh wow, wow, WOW! soooooo totally LOVING those layers, what a great combination of stamps and dies and papers and AMY-based-goodness!!! ๐Ÿ™‚ ๐Ÿ™‚ ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. such a beautiful card Amy, love how you decorated the inside too. I'm sorry to hear about your friend ๐Ÿ™ xx

  4. Your layering of the pp and the die cuts on the front are beautiful. I love that you decorated the inside too!!

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