Confetti images have been so popular lately on my Pinterest feed, that I thought I would try to carry over the trend to a scrapbook layout. To do that, I used a fairly neutral background (the package to Countryside’s Die Cut Tags).
Cover your background with a layer of Mod Podge. When choosing your background, it’s best to start with a size larger than the final size you’d like. Here, I didn’t need to cover the edges with Mod Podge since it’s larger than I needed.
Next, I used my swiss dot punch on a piece of patterned paper found in July’s Kit, MIND THE GAP. While punching, I held it over my background so as the circles fell, they would stick to the Mod Podge in a random arrangement. Supplies: Cardstock (Bazzill); Patterned Paper (Studio Calico); Veneer Button (Studio Calico); Fabric Brad, Metal Pieces, Seam Binding (MIND THE GAP, FLAT)