Hello and Happy Thursday, ‘Fetti Fans!

We have a great edition of CONFETTI CAMERA today!

A little bit about Confetti Camera…

In this weekly (Thursday) 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 each of our designers are CASE-ing a card created from one of the other Confetti Crew members.  In stamping terms, CASE means to Copy And Stamp Exactly.  The Crew is taking a previously made card and making it new.  This is a fun way to see what you can do with your stamps and, I think, that it helps you grow as a creative person as it requires you to think outside the box a bit.

A couple of things to note:

1) This segment will not “air” if there is a different post scheduled for that day, such as 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.

In the spotlight today is the sweet and talented, AMY TSURUTA…

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Hey there ‘Fetti Friends!  I’m so excited to be able to share my project today.  First, I’ve picked a fabulous card by my teamie, Amy Rohl.   I’m always inspired by her projects!
 
I CASED her overall design, SFYTT # 39.  I used many of the same products, including Coffee and You but changed up the colors a bit.
The colors I used are:
 
Piggy Bank  •  Flamingo  •  Mist
 
The heart paper panel is from the True Love 6×6 Pad.   The Flamingo panel has been cut from the Flowers for Mom confetti cuts.
 
 
The Mist panel has been cut from the Lacy Scallop Frame Confetti Cuts.
 
Reverse Confetti is a Spring Coffee Lovers Blog Hop Super Sponsor.  Link up a newly created Spring  Theme project that includes coffee, tea and/or cocoa to be eligible to win one of TWO $25 Reverse Confetti Gift Certificates!
 
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