Happy Friday and welcome back to the Reverse Confetti blog! Today I'm sharing a clean and simple card using supplies from the recent release and an Autumn-y color palette.

One fun way to create a card using smaller stamps is to repeat the design multiple times. I grabbed the 'xoxox' from the Little Bits Sentiments stamp set and arranged it into my stamp positioner at the top of white A2 panel. Using ink colors from Pigment Craft Co., I stamped the phrase multiple times using a few different colors.

I then took a two different green ins and stamped the leaf from the Sunny Flower stamp set multiple times onto white cardstock. I used the coordinating Confetti Cut to die cut them out.

I then took a strip of white cardstock and white embossed the sentiment 'You are my reason to smile' from the same stamp set onto the strip. Then, once cooled down, I used the ink resist method on the white cardstock. I swiped a green ink pad across the entire cardstock strip until it was all filled in, and wiped off the sentiment with a clean paper towel.

I took my A2 panel and trimmed it down to slightly smaller than an A2 card size. Then I glued the panel with the smile sentiment down to the bottom of the panel, making sure to fold over the ends and gluing them to the back with double sided tape.

I glued the entire panel onto an A2 card base using foam tape. Lastly, I added the leaves in a downward sweeping motion across the right side of the card.

That is it! This card was fun to make and I really enjoy using the ink resist method when I can. I hope this card has inspired you to go craft. Have a great weekend!