Inlaid Die Cut & Stenciled Homemade Card with Reverse Confetti

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Roundabout Stamp Set Reverse Confetti Inlaid Die Cut & Stenciled Homemade Card with Reverse Confetti

Earlier this year…like 3 months ago…I sat down to play with the Roundabout Stamp Set and the Upsy Daisy Dies and I loved the card I made so much that I kept on stamping.

Has that ever happened to you?  You and a stamp set just click.

Love at first site.

The ideas just come together and you sit back and admire your card, pat yourself on the back and praise yourself for being an awesome stamper?

(If you haven’t done this, you need to!!!!  When you make something with your hands, poured your love into it and took some time for YOURSELF, you need to celebrate!)

That happened to me with this stamp set, this die and this color combination.  I made 7 cards with it and today I share the final card with you.

Crazy that I filmed this MONTHS ago and now am just posting it.  WHUT!!???

 Watch the video tutorial….

This card was so fun to make!  Stenciling with Embossing Paste, then die cutting and laying the die cuts back into the stenciled piece (think:  Inlaid Die Cutting!) created some faux dimension without making a crazy sky high layered card (though, those are nice, too!).

I love this Poppy ink with the blue and pink…don’t you?
Roundabout Stamp Set Reverse Confetti

If you’d like to see the first card I made with this set, Click Here.

Click here for the Stepped Up Version.

Click here for the Stepped Up SHAKER Card version!!!  (StampNation Member exclusive)

All these cards in one place…

don’t forget to grab this PDF!

Roundabout Stamp Set Reverse Confetti

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  • Gayle Bates May 29, 2015, 9:48 am

    Catherine love your tutorials and your fun sense of humor. Every time I see one that you have posted it makes my day. Thank you so very much. Your such an inspiration.

  • Joyce Williams May 31, 2015, 5:45 pm

    Beautiful!! I love this idea for a birthday card!! Thanks for the freebie ;)

  • Sandy June 2, 2015, 8:42 pm

    Just wondering if you used the Upsy Daisy die set or the Gerbera Daisy die set. Love this tutorial. Thanks for the inspiration.

  • Catherine June 4, 2015, 2:57 pm

    Good eye, Sandy! LOL! I used the Upsy Daisy die on this card. Sorry about that!

    Gayle, YOU made my day! Thank you!

    You are welcome, Joyce!

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