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Hi, it's Amy T and I'm super excited to be sharing how the November Stock Your Stash Challenge inspired me.  I've been really smitten with the look of layering die cuts.  This card has a total of seven layers:
I started off with a Premier Polar White A2 panel.  I layered the Big Polka and Layering Scallop Circles Cover Panels.  The two different sized Circle Rays Duo were centered on the stacked panels.
I used the Holiday Bough set with the following copics:
YR0000 | YR01
E93 | YR02
YG0000 | YG01
BG10 | BG32
I happened to have the perfect shade of felt in my stash to use with the Warm Hugs confetti cuts.   Everything was framed out with the Stitched Note & Frames confetti cuts.
Tons of layers but still postal friendly.  I love the added texture that the felt adds to the design.
I can't wait to see how you're inspired!
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Hello 'Fetti Fans! Hope you are all doing ok and enjoying some crafting time. It's Stock Your Stash time here at Reverse Confetti and we are feeling the festive/holiday vibe with this one! I wanted to remind you that you can use what is in your stash for creating festive/holiday cards even if they are not traditionally 'Christmas themed' sets. 
 I'm loving using the wonderful Sketched Florals to make Christmas cards lately - the leaves and 'berries' have a really festive feel when stamped in traditional colours (and its all very quick stamping, no coloring!).
To begin the card, I created the white background using the coordinating Layering Scallop Circles Cover Panel and the Big Polka Dots Cover Panel.  They look fabulous layered and in white, they are subtle but create some interest and dimension as a background. I stamped (of course, using my Misti - I am excitedly waiting for my new Misti to arrive) the floral images/leaves and berries with Memento Ink drops in Olive Grove, Cottage Ivy and Lady Bug.  I die cut them with the corresponding dies .
I used the Inside Scallop Circle tag die to create a coordinating base piece for my sentiment (from Joyful Holiday Wishes sentiment set - I adore the mix of fonts in this Christmas sentiment set).   I stamped the sentiment in Versamark Ink and white embossed it with Hero Arts White Fine Detail powder. 
I adhered the floral images behind my sentiment piece and then adhered to the base piece and white cardbase. 
Thanks for joining me and take care, happy crafting!!
Ali xx
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