Thursday, March 19, 2015

PTI MIM #205: Confetti Cluster Stamping

Awe, Lizzie Jones, in her very first Make It Monday Video for Papertrey Ink here, shows us her fun technique of Confetti Cluster Stamping. The idea is to use tiny accessory images from a variety of stamp sets clustered together. I traced the balloon die from Birthday Style three times and filled them in with small stamps from several different sets using seven different ink colors. The balloon was die-cut three times from a piece of Soft Stone card stock and adhered with foam tape to my white card base. A Bountiful Banner die-cut was layered beneath my Berry Sorbet "Celebrate" where the balloon strings joined. I know I'll try this technique again. Thanks, Lizzie!





Supplies: (all PTI unless noted)

Cardstock: Stamper's Select White, Soft Stone, New Leaf and Berry Sorbet
Ink: Berry Sorbet, Summer Sunrise, Hawaiian Shores, New Leaf, Tropical Teal, Royal Velvet and Winter Wisteria
Stamps: Framed Out #6, Framed Out #12, Make It Market Mini Kit: Lovely Laurels, Harvest Berries and 2012 Birthday Tags
Dies: Birthday Style, Bountiful Banners and Uncorked
Other: Foam Tape and Xyron

10 comments:

Birgit Norton said...

Love your fun and festive card! This was a fun technique. I'd definitely try it again.

Kirsty Vittetoe said...

This is just way too cool here!!!!!!

Kathryn A said...

Ha! You beat me to it--I was going to use balloons, too! I love how yours turned out, and really like your colours!

Megan Carroll said...

Super cute Kathy! Love how you used it under the die cut!

Marcia HIll said...

Cute, cute card Kathy, and I love the colors you chose for all your confetti! I always struggle with guy cards, but this card would be great for a guy or a girl...thanks for the inspiration! :0)

Marybeth said...

Your cluster balloons are wonderful, great take on the MIM , Love this! I loved this weeks MIM and think I will do this a lot!

artful-notions said...

Such a fun and festive card, Kathy! Your confetti turned out super! Great happy colors too!

Greta said...

Oh so cute!

Joyce said...

What a fun way to use this technique. Love the colorful balloons you stamped.

Jill Norwood said...

Wonderful!! Love your sweet card!