my favorite pieces of confetti set from 2016 would have to be invitation basics. the different elements in the set are perfect for creating clean and simple invitations and birthday cards. who knew a couple of little rectangles could be so versatile and fun?! it hasn’t been around that long yet, but i have already reached for it several times. today, i have cake...
i used the all in one cake from the coordinating dies and stamped the different pieces from the bottom up - cake plate, two rectangle layers, candles and flames. i popped this on top of an off-set polka dot rectangle from superhero framed with a leftover gold luxe adhesive frame cut from one of the stained glass dies. you made all of my wishes come true!
here's a similar card from release week using the individual dies with the bow instead of the cake plate and candles to create a stack of gifts. clean and simple, quick and easy!
and, with a set called basics, of course there are balloons! i showcased a variety of invitation designs during the release including this fill-in balloon idea plus several with printed verbiage. i love personalization and a good rhyme!
i even used the candle as confetti, inspired by a birchbox box that was sitting in my office while i was working with the set. i consider it a personal triumph when i use stamps in ways that i hadn't thought of when i designed them! as usual, check out the pinterest board to see more...
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