Do you own/use a stamping platform? I remember when they first came out and a crafty friend was explaining it to a group of us. I didn’t understand what all the type was and now it is a stamping staple for me. I use to use the stamp-a-ma-jig and still do for my woodmount stamps.
I love the look of repetitive patterns, this is when the stamping platform comes in handy. I’m an eyeballer by nature. I tend to wing things and I’m not fussy about precision. I call it free form stamping. Today’s project features the Reverse Confetti Sending Smiles set. I kept the overall design clean and simple and didn’t add the additional 2 step stamping.
My inspiration for this card is Orla Kiely patterns. I don’t tend to gravitate to navy’s for cards but love it teamed up with a light mustard color.
The Layered Lots of Love confetti cuts has been cut from vellum [base layer] and the coordinating navy cardstock. The flower centers have been cut with the coordinating circle confetti cuts for a bit more dimension.
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4 thoughts on “Lot of Love | Reverse Confetti”
Great card Amy!
Such an eye-catching card, Amy! Love the look without using the 2nd step images! I still have an old fashioned positioner that I use with wood mounted stamps–glad I kept it!
Sunny, fabulously fun card with the best 1960s/70s vibe to it.
Many hugs & joyful start of May wishes,
Autumn Zenith 🧡 Witchcrafted Life
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