Hi friends, it's Amy with you today featuring my version of our Confetti Camera 3-2-1 Stamp! theme.  I've used three stamp sets, two Confetti Cuts dies and one paper pad to create a fun back-to-school gift for your favorite school staff member. I started by stamping 1-3/4" strips of Bumblebee Cardstock with the angled pattern stamp from the Pattern Blocks stamp set in coordinating Bumblebee Dye Ink. I used the same tone on tone stamping with the eraser, using the largest polka dot stamp from Whole Lotta Dots and watermark ink. I chose a sentiment from Honey Bear, my third stamp set, for the Stormy portion of the pencil.
 
 
Let's talk about the Confetti Cuts used in my ABC project. Here's a closer look at that pencil point, created with the scalloped banner from Layered Banner Duo Confetti Cuts. After cutting the pencil points, I layered a scrap of black cardstock over the tip and trimmed the sides. I made two of these, because this pencil is double sided in order to create a wrap for my Treat Tube. Reverse Confetti's Sand Cardstock was the perfect wood color for my pencil.
 
I wanted so badly to incorporate the Mod Floral Stack Confetti Cuts dies into my design (because they're my favorite) and found the perfect place for them as the leaf for the apple! I actually cut the smallest leaf die from two of the papers from Cue The Confetti to create a double sided leaf. Love that striped pattern peeking out! The circle die used for the apple is from Detailed Circles Confetti Cuts.
 
Ok, the moment you've all been waiting (or wondering) for - what's hiding inside?! A little something sweet and sour to make it through those first few days of the school year. My mouth literally waters each time I look at those lemon drops. Just a little something wrapped in a whole lotta love! You can also see how the Bumblebee strips are put together in order to create the wrap for the tube.
Thanks so much for stopping by Confetti Camera 3-2-1 Stamp! and hanging out with me today. I hope you're inspired to recreate my ABC project or look at new ways to mix and match your Reverse Confetti stamps, dies and yummy patterned papers!
~Amy