Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Confetti Cluster Stamping/ Edited Add On

 by  Lizzie Jones

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This card below is a late add on. 
I wanted to make one more card so I added this card a few hours after I posted my first card. 
I love doing this cluster stamping!



Good morning, I made this card Monday night and I had so much fun making it! I love the
 “ Make It Monday Video’s" that Papertrey Ink puts out each week. I always learn something new. 
 I made a long rectangle with pencil , stamped my images then erased my lines. Simple and done!

God Bless!


Bitty Bouquets Stamp Set
Papertrey Ink - Bitty Bouquets Die
large stitched rectangle stackables Lawn Fawn
Rhythm & Soul Stamp Set

39 comments:

  1. Gorgeous card!! Love the effect of the confetti cluster stamping!
    Bye,

    Marjolein

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  2. So simple but so beautiful!

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  3. LOVE these beautiful colors! An amazing card... pinning away!

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  4. Gorgeous card!!! Love the colors.

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  5. Wonderful choice of design & colors! So very pretty~

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  6. Simple and lovely! Sweet sweet posies, and gorgeous bitty bouquet!

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  7. Love both of these cards, Marybeth. Your confetti is so fun, and I just love how you added that sweet bitty bouquet.

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  8. Beautiful cards Marybeth! LOVE how you did just a simple rectangle with the confetti stamping...SO eye catching! And a perfect backdrop for your flowers...lovely!! :0)

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  9. They might have been simple and done but they are simple and fabulous in my book!! Love them both Marybeth, hope to try this MIM technique!

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  10. Wow, I love the two looks. Gorgeous, both Marybeth. I just love the black and white.

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  11. Oh that looks so fun and I love the results!! This is such a pretty card! I need to go watch the video!!

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  12. What a gorgeous way to use the confetti stamping technique! They are both wonderful cards! I love the stamps and colors you chose.

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  13. These are fabulous Marybeth! I love the simple rectangle. Such a classy look!

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  14. Both cards are so pretty with great design! I must give this technique a try...looks so fun!:-)

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  15. You have perfected this technique, Marybeth! Especially love the aqua and yellow!

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  16. Both cards are gorgeous! I don't think I've tried cluster stamping before - what a great technique!

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  17. Marybeth...your stamping is as perfect as it gets! Just love it and your cards too. So sweet and just so clever and fun too.

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  18. So so lovely, Marybeth! Your confetti border looks beautiful under that sweet Bitty Bouquets stamp/die :-)

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  19. Your confetti rectangle is gorgeous, Marybeth - it looks like a piece of patterned paper!

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  20. Clever & beautiful, Marybeth! I haven't got mine done yet, but you make me want to!

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  21. wonderful created cluster staming cards, love the card with the flowers!

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  22. Marybeth, your cards are so beautiful! Love them both!

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  23. These are both fabulous examples of this technique, Marybeth!

    And thank you so much for stopping by my blog. I meant what I said on someone else's blog (Kara Lynne's, I think) about you being so sweet and kind and a talented stamper. :)
    Blessings to you!

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  24. Great idea using confetti clustered as a border ~ looks just like patterned paper. Beautiful card, Marybeth! The color options for this design are endless.

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  25. Your cards are beautiful, Marybeth! I just love this technique and hope to try it soon! Thank you very much for joining us at The Paper Players this week! XX

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  26. Awesome variety of cards, I like the CAS B&W card and sweet colors and spring feel of the second card :)

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  27. Girl, you've really made some beauties! LOVE each of them. The guitar and notes is striking in black and white, and I love the soft blues and yellows in your flower card. What a great technique. I imagine (and hope!) we'll see a bit more of this from you! That would be so nice too! Have a great weekend dear friend. Bev

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  28. Wonderful cards, Marybeth! I love your confetti designs! The black & white is so striking and such a great idea to use the music theme.

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  29. Beatiful Cas design, I love the black and white

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  30. Wow, Marybeth, I love the technique and had to save the video of it. Your cards are wonderful examples of how to use it! I really like the borders and the stamps you integrated for them. The first is masculine and so pretty too and the second is just lovely!!

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  31. Gorgeous Marybeth, really love the cluster flowers <3

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  32. Your border stamping is gorgeous, Marybeth! Your color combo is one of my favorites, too. And the guitar card is so awesomein black and white! Thanks for playing along with us this week at The Paper Players!

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  33. These are just super! I love the simplicity of doing a border of cluster stamping. It's very effecmive--especially your black and white card! No wonder you have 35 comments, so far ;)

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  34. Lovely cards, I too love the idea of a cluster stamped border. The pretty aqua and yellow floral one is sooooo sweet!

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  35. That's such a pretty posie border, Marybeth ... perfect with the lovely bouquet! Your black and white musical card is so striking ... crisp and bold and very stylish! Anita :)

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  36. LOVE them all - your designs are - as Always - FABULOUS!!!

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  37. A confetti rectangle made a wonderful card!

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