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Hello ‘Fetti Fans and welcome to the first annual HAPPY FALL-IDAYS!

What exactly is HAPPY FALL-IDAYS?

It’s an online showcase event where the Confetti Crew will be sharing multiple holiday projects (these go way beyond cards!) and providing a serious dose of Reverse Confetti and holiday inspiration!  The fall and winter holidays are upon us now, so we are making this a 3 day celebration of Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas!

As the graphic below would suggest, we are kicking off HAPPY FALL-IDAYS with HALLOWEEN today.  Just below the graphic is a list of all of the Confetti Crew members that are sharing their projects today.  Be sure to scroll past, as I have a little something to share with you, as well!


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Susan Liles

Heather Pulivirenti

Kay Miller

Jean Manis

Amy Tsuruta

Amy Kolling

Lisa Henke

Laurie Schmidlin

Amy Rohl

Stacey Schafer

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I love paper crafting.  I love memory keeping projects. I don’t love scrapbooking.

So, what’s a girl to do?

Create paper crafting projects that contain pictures, making them memory keeping projects.

Are you wondering what I am talking about?  (Don’t worry, sometimes nobody knows).

Here’s what I mean…


I created this triptych (geesh, it’s been a LONG time since I made one of these!) and embellished and added pictures of my lil’ ones from last year’s Halloween.  Nic was a vampire (hence the un-living look) and Ellie was a pirate.

The entire project measures 9″ x 5.5″, with folds on 3″ and 6″.


For both Nic & Ellie’s panels, I started with a black and white piece of patterned paper and added a green border with the DOUBLE EDGE SCALLOP BORDER Confetti Cuts die.  From there, I layered a gray large wreath cut from the *new* WREATHS Confetti Cuts die set, and a tag (THANKS TAG Confetti Cuts) topped with a picture of each kid.  For embellishments, I added the bows atop the tag, the flag ended sentiments (both from TOO CUTE TO SPOOK) and 3 white enamel flat backs…



The center panel is 3 pumpkins cut from the PUMPKIN PATCH Confetti Cuts die set that are each covered in orange glitter.  Each of the pumpkins is popped up on a glue dot for some added dimension.

In short, this is what I call memory keeping…a fun project that I can display year after year that contains picture of a fun family time.

I’ll be on Periscope later today  (I’ll post time on IG)  going over this project, along with some of my other favorite un-scrapbooking projects, too.  See you then!

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Stamps: Too Cute To Spook

Confetti Cuts: Wreaths, Thanks Tag, Double Edge Scallop Border, Pumpkin Patch

Ink: Brilliance Graphite Black

Cardstock: Black, Green, Kraft, Orange, White

Patterned Paper: Bella Blvd.

Other: Glitter, Ribbon, Enamel Flat Backs, Dimensional Adhesive



  1. oh my goodness, this is so fun! Love your keepsake project Jen!

  2. Fabulous idea Jen!!! Love the details and of course the sweet pics of your little monsters!!

  3. So stinking cute! Love this !

  4. Terrific idea to showcase your family photos! Beautiful!
    Take care!

  5. Hmmm…I left a comment earlier, but it appears to have disappeared! Oh well…another chance to gaze and admire your fabulous triptych; a most creative way to showcase treasured memories. A most handsome vampire and oh-so-pretty pirate! Need to keep this project in mind for niece-and-nephew photos…

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