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Friday, June 10, 2016

Confetti Celebration and Partial Die-Cutting

Confetti Celebration is a stamp set that is new to the 2016-17 Stampin' Up! catalog, and it is a fantastic set to have.  It is mostly for birthdays, however, I see myself using it for congratulations cards, and other happy kind-of-cards.  Hope you like my card as much as I do.
  • Recipe:
    • The base is an 11 x 4 1/4 piece of Flirty Flamingo scored at  5 1/2.
    • The next layer is a 5 1/4 x 4 piece of Emerald Envy, dry embossed with the Lucky Stars Embossing Folder.
    • Next is a 5 x 3 3/4 piece of Very Vanilla.  The circle is a technique called partial die-cutting.  I saw Kelly Acheson demonstrate this technique on Youtube, and you can see her video Here, post of June 5, 2016.  
    • I punched two 2 1/2 circles, one from Emerald Envy and one from Flirty Flamingo, and pieced them behind my cut out.
    • I punched stars using the Confetti Hearts Border punch and Emerald Envy card stock and glued them on my card with my Fine-tip glue pen. 
    • Colored the Happy Birthday with my 2016-18 In-color markers.
    • I glued the top layer to the Emerald Envy layer, wrapped my ribbon around these two layers then glued this combination to the Flirty Flamingo base.
    • Remember to decorate your envelope, can't leave the house naked, right?
If you have any questions, let me know.

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