Howdy, Friends!

We’re glad that you are joining us for this week’s 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.  You’ll get a dose of Reverse Confetti inspiration, as well as get to know each designer a little better through some interview questions that we have prepared.  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 answer the same set of questions until we have featured every Confetti Crew Design Team Member.

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Don’t forget, we have a new SKETCH FOR YOU TO TRY and our weekly link list is open.

Let’s see your take on the sketch and all those Reverse Confetti projects!

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This week the Confetti Camera is zooming in on Confetti Crew member SAVANNAH O’GWYNN

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Her Confetti Camera project:

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This project features stamps from the SPOOKY CUTIES and SPOOKY SENTIMENTS sets.

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Post Production Interview

What do you like best about this project?

I love that this tag is so SIMPLE and versatile! You could use just about any themed stamp set for this card (i.e. Christmas, birthday, etc.). I also love that we can put our information on the back for our new neighbors- perfect little tag for them to keep!

What was your process for making this project? Starting point?

I knew I wanted to make something simple for my Halloween treats. When I looked at the RC Spooky Cuties and Spooky Sentiment sets, I knew that I had to use those witch’s shoes and sentiments for my little tag!

What inspiration can others take from this project?

Like I mentioned earlier- this tag is so versatile! I def. think I’ll be making more of these tags for Christmas and birthdays!

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Describe/Share your stamping space.

I have adopted Jennifer McGuire’s way of storing my stamps– I use some fridge bins along with clear plastic sleeves to hold all of my stamps and dies.

Let’s take a tour…

And, in pictures…

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Do you have a clean desk/space before starting a project?

I usually do– however, in my video and pictures it doesn’t look like it! I am a HUGE clean freak!

What is your must have tool?

I absolutely loooooooove my CutterBee scissors! I use them 100% of the time! I usually fussy cut on every card I create, and these scissors are perfect for little details and fussy cutting!

Do you always make A2 sized cards? What’s your fav size to make?

I tend to start with an A2 sized card, but I always cut it down to whatever looks right! Most of my cards are between 3 1/2″ x 5″…. and sometimes I make square cards… and sometimes I even make a taller card (like 3 1/2″ x 7″)!

What is your favorite RC project so far… and why?

I love all of my creations….but I absolutely loooooooooove my fringe card, Thanks card, and any card using the chevrons from the Arrows ‘n Elements stamp set! I LOOOOVE that fringe card because it has an awesome color story and texture! I love that Thanks card because I cut apart the stamps to create this custom sentiment. And I love those chevrons! I LOVE adding them on the side of pictures and journaling cards, as well as using them as the background!

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