Greetings, 'Fetti Fans!
On today's edition of CONFETTI CAMERA, we have 2 designers sharing their projects with you.  This is not because I lost track of days and forgot to get last week's post up...really, it's not.  You believe me, right?  ((hangs head in shame))
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 Hello 'Fetti Fans!  It's Amy T here, sharing my version of this week's Confetti Camera, Two Versions.  I created two Valentine's Day cards, one with traditional colors and the other featuring non-traditional colors.
Both projects feature the Heart Pals stamp set and the Diagonal Stitches Cover Panel Confetti Cuts.  You might also recognize the Boo To You Circle Confetti Cuts.
Let's look at the traditional palette design first.  
Each project also includes a cloudy background that was done using the Wonky Double Edge Scallop Border Confetti Cuts.  I used Premier Polar White cardstock and cut one out to use as a stencil with Piggy Bank ink.  That ink also coordinates with the solid base panel.
The pattern paper is From Cupid.
While using the same card sketch design, I used Baby Blue ink with the Wonky Double Edge Scallop Border Confetti Cuts on my Non-Traditional version.
My card base is Lime Green and the paper pad I used is Cheerful and Kind.  Do you notice that the hearts coordinate with the base panel color?
By using the same design, both cards came together fairly quickly.  I'm a big fan of the use of non-traditional colors on cards so this was super fun.  I'm totally set with my kids' valentine's.
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Hello Fetti Friends! It's Kelly here today with this installment of the Confetti Camera!  I am sharing 2 cards that are the same, but also different. I decided to create some "Just a Note" designs with one being on the warm color scale and the other on the cool color scale. It is amazing how switching the colors really changes the feeling that your design can convey! I made each of the cards simultaneously which makes everything go so much quicker! You could create a whole set of identical note cards very easily but have them feel very different just by switching up the color palette.
To begin, I stamped all of the images I would be using from the Tall Blooms stamp set and colored them with Copic markers. For the red/yellow card I chose greens that have more yellow in them and for the blue card, I chose greens with more blue. If you are struggling to decide what would be more warm or more cool, just pick the color that has more of the hue you are needing. Since all of the colors are made using the Primary colors, it is easy; for instance, a purple with more red in it would be on the warm side and a purple with more blue in it would be cool. Ideally, I would have used a spearmint type color for the blue card, but I didn't have the right markers! Looks like it's time for some shopping! Ha ha!
Once they were all colored, I used the Tall Blooms Confetti Cuts to die cut everything. I added some Wink of Stella for some additional shine to the die cut pieces. I set them aside and got to work on the rest of the card elements. I used the  Polka Panel Confetti Cuts as a background for the flowers. I layered each one onto Premier Polar White cardstock. I chose Mist cardstock for the cool card and Sand cardstock for the warm card. 
The sentiment is from the Lots To Say set and is heat embossed in gold for the warm card and silver for the cool card.  At this point, I gathered the flower/foliage images into a bundle and attached them to the die cut Polka Panel using foam squares. I layered the sentiment over the top and attached a bit of button twine using liquid glue. I used a jute color for the warm card and white for the cool card.
Next it was time to pick some pattern papers; this is always my favorite! For the cool card, the large piece is from the  Warm Heart 6 by 6 paper pad with a little strip from the Fun Times 6 by 6 paper pad. I adhered them to an A2 white card base and used my sewing machine to add some zig zag stitching down the left side for some additional detail. The warm card was assembled in the same way, but the large piece is from the  Pattern Play 6 by 6 paper pad and the small strip is from the Cue the Confetti paper pad. It is amazing how choosing the right papers can make such a difference with the overall feeling of the card.  I've been desperately needing cards just like this so I am exited to put these in my stash! I hope you'll try creating some similar, yet different cards by changing up the colors, like I have shown today! Have a wonderful week!