Hello ‘Fetti Fans!
It’s time for CONFETTI CAMERA!
In this weekly segment, one of the Confetti Crew designers will have the camera on both themselves, as a designer, and on their Reverse Confetti creations. For this round, you’ll get a dose of Reverse Confetti inspiration from cards completed inside and out from each of our designers. A couple of things to note:
1) This segment will not “air” if there is a different post scheduled for that day, such on Sketch for You to Try on the 1st of each month or on a hop or sneak peek day.
2) Each designer will follow the same “theme” until we have featured every Confetti Crew Design Team Member (then it’s a new round with new questions/theme). To see previous Confetti Camera post, simply click on “Confetti Camera” under the categories link on our sidebar.
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On camera today is the ever-so-talented and very sweet, LAURIE SCHMIDLIN…
Hi there, it’s Laurie here! I am seriously loving the theme of this Confetti Camera! I
will admit to hardly ever stamping on the inside of my cards, but when I
do I absolutely love it! I need to remember to do it more often…it
just makes the card even more special! 🙂
One of my favorite things about this new LOVE BLOOMS set is how I can
create a detailed looking card in a very short amount of time! Using the
coordinating LOVE BLOOMS Confetti Cuts, I cut out the flowers and then
popped them up for some added dimension. Because the papers that I
chose to use are more on the dark side, I wanted to lighten things up
just a little by stamping the LOVE BLOOMS outline flower stamp using
For the inside, I carried over several of the design elements from the
front. I stenciled some stripes on, and then stamped the sentiment
using a black pigment ink. I had a small scrap of the patterned burlap
paper that I used on the front left over, so I added it along with some
more stamped and die cut flowers. I didn’t want to add too much bulk to
the inside, so instead of rhinestones I added glitter to these flowers.
When I do stamp on the inside, I rarely leave room to write. I will,
instead, write my note to the recipient on a blank piece of paper so
that they will be able to reuse the card if they want to! That also
frees me up to stamp as much as I want to on the inside without feeling
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