It’s Thursday ‘Fetti Fans and it’s time for another fun installment of 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 a fun tip or technique 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 answer the same set of questions/show a tip 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.

3) For this round we are focusing on how Reverse Confetti stamp sets are compatible with each other and each of the Confetti Crew members is picking two of their favorites to pair together on their project.

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Today on Confetti Camera, the spotlight is on fun, friendly and super talented AMY KOLLING


Her Confetti Camera project…


I wanted to focus on the newest Color Challenge (link on sidebar) and the large booms from PETALS ‘N POSIES……my favorite RC set.  I decided to mask off my blooms while stamping.  What made this easy was to cut the coordinating Confetti Cuts with typing paper and use that.  I didn’t have to stamp and cut my mask because the dies are a pretty good match.  They are a bit larger than the stamps but it worked well!!  My sentiment was pieced together using 2 stamps from YOU MAKE ME SMILE……..I like how Jen included the large word “SMILE” and then many supporting words or phrases to compliment making it a breeze to stamp in multiple colors.


Now to focus on that scallop border down the left side.  The DOUBLE EDGE SCALLOP BORDER Confetti Cuts is a brilliant die…..2 in one!!!  Because this die will cut a full length A2 size scallop, I needed to trim it down for my design but wanted it to look “finished”.  I die cut the scallop border and then placed it back into the die but at a shorter length and ran it through my machine cutting off the extra.  This makes a “finished” look to the other end of the scallop!

Tip:  Remember to use those dies in your stash for masks!

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