LOVE
Hello Fetti Fans! The stock Your Stash Challenge Theme this month is "Wedding" and I wanted to do a pretty but modern card for some inspiration this month. If you'd like to join in head to the Reverse Confetti Blog for more details and click on the "play to win" button- we'd love you to join us! You could win a $20 gift voucher!
I've used the Cake and Champagne Stamp set to create this card (along with some more flowers from the Happy Mail set). I've also used the Love Duos Confetti Cut and the Stitched Rays Cover Panel.

This is a quick card with minimal colouring. I've used Rose Gold WOW embossing powder and Copics BG34, BG23 and BG11 to colour the images.  I used Nuvo Glimmer Paste on the Love die and Kindy Glitz on the flowers to add some 'sparkle'. I adhered all to a front panel die cut with the Stitched Rays Cover Panel.
Simple and pretty! Hope you can join us for the SYS challenge this month - don't forget to link you projects on the blog and #syschallenge!
Ali xx
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This month's Reverse Confetti Stock Your Stash theme is Wedding! It is definitely wedding season, so it is always nice to have some on hand! For today's card, I wanted to keep it simple and classy, yet have some bridal flair! I decided to use the Pattern Hearts stamp set embossed in silver as the main focal point of this simple design. Once it was embossed, I used the coordinating Pattern Hearts Confetti Cuts to cut it out.

I added it to the center portion of the Stitched Note Frames Confetti Cuts using foam squares for dimension. I layered that onto a piece of pink polka dot paper that is from the ever-adorable Darling Dots 6 by 6 paper pad that measures 4 by 5 1/4 inches; this is the perfect size to give a nice white border when it is added to a standard A2 card base, like I did here!
I've been having so much fun coloring some of the newer floral sets, but I love the romantic feel of these leaves and flowers from the Elegant Florals stamp set. I used these to frame the heart piece using foam squares. 

The sentiment is from the Mod Floral Stack stamp set and is stamped in black. I added it over the heart using foam squares. A few sparkling clear sequins finish off this simple design.

I don't actually have too many wedding/bridal stamp sets or sentiments, but I find that having a few basics, like I have shown today, really gets the job done! It is easy to change the feeling of the card by just changing up the colors, especially if you know the theme of the wedding! I hope you get a chance to Stock Your Stash this month!