Confetti Camera with Amy Rohl
Hi 'Fetti Friends, it's Amy with you today sharing my take this round of Confetti Camera. For this round of Confetti Camera the Confetti Crew is taking turns sharing fun and different ways to use our Confetti Cuts dies. Even though I'm a clean and simple style stamper, I love to add pattern and texture using dies, so let me take you through my creative process for the card I'm sharing with you today on which I've done just that.
I actually started by stamping the chevron background from Pattern Blocks in black ink on a scrap of white cardstock and then die cut it using the Whole Lotta Happy die. I then used one of the Stitched Flag Trio dies to create a backing for my happy layer.
I knew I wanted to add a mix of patterns, so I die cut Polka Panel from Midnight cardstock and the largest Stitched Squares from Cloud White cardstock.  Once I had my die cut layers, I played around with the position of each, going back and forth between straight angles and wonky, offset layering. As you can see, wonky won out in the end!
At this point, I was going to leave this as a square card, but after adding a trio of aqua enamel dots, I decided to pull in more of the aqua color and adhered my layered square on an A2 Iced Aqua card base.


The last bit of texture added was a thin torn edge of Midnight cardstock to define the border between the two layers to create a contrast between the clean edges in the patterns above.

Thanks for stopping by today. I hope you've enjoyed today's Confetti Camera and will try and incorporate pattern play and texture using your favorite Confetti Cuts dies.
Inks: Midnight
Stamps: Pattern Blocks
Confetti Cuts: Whole Lotta HappyStitched Flag Trio , Polka Panel, Stitched Squares
Cardstock: Midnight, Cloud White, Iced Aqua 
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