Hello, ‘Fetti Fans and welcome to our monthly hop!

As you know we release every other month and this is our non-release month.  That doesn’t mean that we aren’t having a lot of fun with our Reverse Confetti goodies, though!  Of course, we’re stamping away and as always, we’re hopping here on the 8th and sharing lots of “Confetti Creativity!”

There’s a hop order at the end of this hop post.  Our hop today features a little something for moms, dads and grads…enjoy!

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As I mentioned yesterday, my mom has been in the hospital all week.  We’re hoping that she gets to come home tomorrow, but it is all dependent on her IV antibiotics continuing to take full effect against the nasty infection that she has.  Thank you for all the well wishes for her on Instagram yesterday!  Prayers are most definitely needed at this time!

I had her in mind as I made this card for her for Mother’s Day…

She tends to like cards that are a bit more simple and understated rather than lots of layers and embellishments.  I wanted to create a card with a little bit of “pop” but nothing over the top.

I started by stamping the one of the floral arrangements from the BANNER IN BLOOM set in STONE ink on our PREMIER POLAR WHITE cardstock.  I gave some of the flowers a little shadow using my BV20 Copic marker.

That panel is layered with a LIME GREEN cardstock panel and popped up on the card base using dimensional adhesive.

From there, I added the sentiment, from SIMPLY SENTIMENTS, along with a popped up floral bunch that I stamped in STONE ink and colored with Copics.

The bottom portion of the card has patterned paper from the FUN TIMES 6×6 paper pad.

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Now it’s time to hop, hop, hop along to see what the crew has created for the moms, dads and grads in their lives…

Amy Kolling

Melissa Phillips

Tricia Barber

Kelly Lunceford

Lisa Henke

Amy Rohl

Christiana Reuling

Laurie Schmidlin

Heather Hoffman

Amy Tsuruta

Kathy Schweinfurth

Audrey Tokach

Deanne Kuntz

Emily Midgett

Jeanne Jachna

Susan Liles

Olga Moss

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