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Conffeti Card

Hi there! Have you ever seen a see through card? LOL. As redundant as that sounds, today I'm posting another of those crazy ideas I come up with. I'm constantly challenging myself, specially now with the blog, to create different sort of things. I do have inspiration sources like everyone, but I don't like to copy things. I did replicate when I first discovered card making, to practice and learn. But now it is different. Another thing that forces me to create versatile designs, is that I do not own as plenty of crafty products as I would like, or like many or most crafters have. We don't have craft stores here, like there are in other countries. There's basically one boutique that carries some products and not all are new releases. Anyways...

Let's get back to the card! This is the second birthday card I create for Hero Arts, this time for their challenge's rainbow category. I have had the idea for this card for days now. And thankfully, it worked. Check it out:

Spellbinders: A2 Matting Basics, Blossom
Ranger Distress ink in: Worn Lipstick, Broken China, Peeled Paint, Barn Door, Embossing Ink.
Stampendous: Spanish Greetings
Inkadinkado embossing powder in red (ends up like a darker tone of pink)
Wow Heat Tool
Merletto Confetti
Cre-a 7/8" pink ribbon
Bazic double sided tape
Grand Calibur Die Cutting Machine
Other generic materials
Heavyweight white cardstock
Plastic Bag

Let me tell you that the card is quite firm, and the best of it is all that confetti moving inside the transparent pocket. I really like this flower shape confetti. The card overall makes me smile...

Please let me know what you think, I would like to hear your feedback.

 This card is participating in:

Birthday Challenge - Rainbow
Hero Arts

What's your Style? 
Clean & Layered
Gloria Designs Challenge Blog


  1. Ok, this is so cute, like a shaker card with pizazz! Love it. Thanks for playing with us at Craft Hoarders Anonymous! You are a creating queen this week!

  2. I am! Where do I pick my award badge? jijijijiji... Thanks Gloria, I´m really enjoying your challenge blog, and of course all the designer´s inspiration. Now you know I don´t do one sole style. Hope that´s ok!

    Thanks for coming and leaving me some love!

  3. I absolutely LOVE your card!!! Thanks so much for playing with us at Craft Hoarders!!

  4. What a pretty card! I love when people upcycle products that would usually be thrown away and turn them into something so lovely. Thanks for playing along in the very first CHACB challenge! Hope you will come play again soon!

  5. I absolutely LOVE the confetti. Thanks so much for playing with us at Craft Hoarders Anon:)

  6. Super cute card! I love the shaker style with the bright colors. So fitting for a birthday theme. Thanks for joining us at Craft Hoarders Anonymous!

  7. What a great idea for your card! I love the style the wonderful colors of your card. Thanks for joining us at CHACB. Please join us again soon!

  8. Amber and Glenda, thanks so much for your kind words. I enjoy that you stopped by!

  9. That's a very fun and unique card! I'm so excited that you joined us for the launch of Craft Hoarders Anonymous Challenge Blog. I hope you come to play often! Ginny from Polly's Paper : )

  10. What fun! Love the effect of the vellum atop the confetti pouch! Beautiful! Thanks for joining us and sharing your style for our first challenge at Craft Hoarders Anonymous.

  11. Fabulous card, love the idea of doing the shaker, how fun to receive an interactive gift.....Thanks for joining us at our first challenge at Craft Hoarders Anonymous!

  12. Hi again, Beautiful card....thanks so much for playing along with us at Craft Hoarders Anonymous!

  13. Pam, Donna, thanks for stopping by... I have so many styles of cardmaking, that I can´t stop linking up my cards. I appreciate you girls always come back to leave me comments and compliments. Thanks so much!


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