By Jennifer del Muro
on September 21, 2020
1 comment

Hello all! Today I am sharing a fun slim line Autumn/Fall card. It's crazy to see all of the leaves turning colours (where did Summer go?!), soon they will be falling from the trees and after that is the "s" word..... snow - ugh! Or maybe you are one of the lucky ones that never gets snow :)

I took all my colours from this pretty Fall themed paper from This & That. Using Salsa, Grape Soda, Stone, Tangerine, and Sunshine inks, I blended the leaves and adhered them to the card base.

Next I stamped a sentiment from In All Things and added some enamel dots and voila! Fin!!

SO SPOOKY (and cute!)

By Reverse Confetti
on September 18, 2020
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Hello!  Tricia here with you today.   I created this Halloween Banner using a mix of Halloween stamps, papers and dies!  To make the base for the banners, I die cut with the Bag & Tags Creator and Scalloped Bag & Tags Creator the Abundant Autumn paper pad three different banners.   I also die cut from some Kraft cardstock to make the banners a little more sturdy.   
For the first banner, I stamped a sentiment from Spooktacular onto a tag die cut using the Three Tags Confetti Cuts.  



For the other two banners, I die cut Midnight and Rust cardstock with the Circle Rays Duos Confetti Cuts.  And then added die cuts with the Boo To You and Trick Or Treat Confetti Cuts to create the sentiments.   



I stamped the Halloween images using Spooktacular and Frightening Friends Stamp Sets and colored with my Copic markers.   I die cut them images with the Spooktacular and Frightening Friends Confetti Cuts.  



 I used a hole punch to string my black and white twine to hang the banner and I added some ribbon.  Thanks for stopping by!  I hope you have a crafty day!


OMG You're So Lovely

By Reverse Confetti
on September 17, 2020
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Hi friends! I'm excited to share with you my new Cacti card.

I started with a piece of white card stock and blended the Grass and Peach Dye Inks. Next I cutting the Cross Tiles Cover Panel Confetti Cuts three times - from colored, craft and gold cardstock and replaced the cross tiles with gold and craft ones. 

I also die cut a small square using new Double Stitch Window Cover Panel Confetti Cuts out of cross tiles panel. Then I prepared cactus images using Multi-step Cacti stamp set. stamping the images onto Premier Polar White Cardstock. I colored them with alcohol markers and die cut with Multi-step Cacti Confetti CutsNext I adhered the cross tiles panel with foam tape on the card base. 

After I added my images onto the background with foam tape. And I used large ‘OMG’ sentiment from the OMG stamp set. I heat embossed the word in gold on the vellum and then die cut it using OMG Confetti Cuts. I adhered it right on the background under the images. The second part of the sentiment from the This Says It All set.

Thank you so much for stopping by!See you next time. 


By Reverse Confetti
on September 16, 2020
 One of my favorite holiday activities is wrapping!  A pretty wrapping and tag makes any gift extra special and shows the recipient you put a lot of love into their gift! The new Wreath of Joy Confetti Cuts makes a perfect tag to dress up packages, gift bags and more.  It's also SO much fun to put together because the color and paper combinations you can make are endless!
For the gift, I took kraft wrapping paper and stamped images from the beautiful Holiday Bough stamp set.  Using the Wreath of Joy Confetti Cuts, I created the tag with shiny gold, red glitter and Avocado cardstock and tied it to the gift with red/white baker's twine. For another tag, I cut Midnight cardstock using the Inside Scallop Circle Tag for the tag base.  I then used the Wreath of Joy Confetti Cuts to cut Avocado, Salsa, shiny gold and glittery gold cardstock to create the pretty word and adhered it to the tag base.


By Reverse Confetti
on September 15, 2020

Hello 'Fetti Fans!  It's Amy T here with a card duo that features the Wreath of Joy confetti cuts.  I started off by cutting the Wreath of Joy in the following cardstock colors:

Here's my first design:

This layering die is so much fun.  The color combos are endless.  I love the Center Frame Cover Panel in Premier Polar White on top of another Premier Polar White panel.

Whipping up this duo was super quick because they use the same design.  With the multi-color diecutting it made it easy to put together .

Both cards use panels from the Sweet Stripes 6x6.

Which color palette is your favorite?  Pink + Green is one of my favorite color duos!

Thank you so much for stopping by!


By Reverse Confetti
on September 14, 2020

 Hello Fetti Fans. Ali here with a pretty card with the wonderful Stained Glass Butterflies. This card doesn't require any coloring so you can stamp, emboss and die cut and with a few finishing touches with a white Posca Pen you are done!

I began by using the Center Frame Cover Panel die cutting it in turquoise cardstock. I splattered this with Gesso paint and adhered to a white cardbase, trimming the edges so it left a white border.

I stamped the pretty butterfly images on the same colored cardstock in versamark Ink and white embossed them. I die cut them with the corresponding dies and added details with a White Posca Pen.
You could use a white gel pen to add the dotted detail instead. I stamped the sentiment from Best Sentiments and white embossed it.

I adhered the butterflies to the front of the card as shown. Pretty, quick and delicate - a lovely card to send a friend to let them know you are thinking of them.

Thanks for joining us and see you again soon!

Ali xx


By Reverse Confetti
on September 11, 2020
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Hello 'Fetti Friends! Deanne here to share a little bit of Christmas cheer. Before we know it, Christmas will be here.

I started my slimline card by stamping this beautiful sentiment from our new Joyful Holiday Wishes stamp set. I also stamped lots of pretties from Holiday Bough and heat embossed everything in a pretty silver.

Next I grabbed a handful of watercolour makers and coloured everything. I also coloured in the background in a light soft grey.

To add a little depth to my one layer card, I spritzed water and carefully placed a paper towel on my card to soak up the ink leaving me with a bit of a colour resist look. Lastly I added some enamel dots in a coordinating colour. Bingo bango - done and perfect for the mail!


By Reverse Confetti
on September 10, 2020
Hello fetti friends. This is Lisa Henke and I am excited to share a fall card with you using all Brand New products. Did you shop our new release? If you not, you can see all the new stamps and Confetti Cuts here. It's all pretty awesome. 

I had a few of the cuties from Pick of the Patch on my desk from my release projects. I decided to put them to good use for you today with this ombre' polka dot card. I am in love with the Big Polkas Cover Panel. I used a leftover panel as a stencil and blended on the Sunshine, Tangerine, and Rust inks. The trick is to use a really light hand when blending to keep it smooth and overlap the colors a bit as you transition from on to the other. 

I masked off the bottom with some purple tape and then blended on some Sand ink to create the ground for my critters. I tied on some twine and added the images with some foam dots. 

I stamped some of the little tiny leaf images onto the background and then added an ombre' sentiment from the same, Pick of the Patch stamp set. I started with lightest ink, Sunshine and then inked some Tangerine in the center and Rust on the last few letters. I love how it turned out. 

Personally,in real life, I am not ready for fall and summer does not end until September 21. . I love summer and hold on to those days as long as I can, but in my crafty world it's all okay. Give me all the fall images and color combos. Thanks for stopping by today. 


By Jennifer del Muro
on September 08, 2020

Hello and Happy Tuesday, 'Fetti Fam! It's been an amazing few days with the COUNTDOWN TO CONFETTI and we are so pleased to announce that the new release is AVAILABLE NOW!  Of course, and as always, we are kicking off this new release with a blog hop.  All of the Confetti Crew, plus our 'Fetti Friends and some other special guests are joining in all the fun with loads of inspiration to share with you today.

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Sorry if I sound like a bit of a broken record, but I want to reiterate that this release has all things Halloween, Fall AND Christmas included in it, as well as our new FREE WITH PURCHASE stamp set, PEACE TREE.  This is a *limited edition* stamp set and once it is gone, it is gone (so get yours today!). 
Like our last freebie set, please note that this MUST BE ADDED TO YOUR CART to receive it.
The project I have to share today uses PEACE TREE, so I am going to go ahead and share that now...
For the tree, I used a combination of ICED AQUA and NAVY BLUE ink.  The scalloped detail is stamped in RC AQUA ink and the tree base/pot is MIDNIGHT ink with the stripes stamped in a white pigment ink.
For the sentiment, I stamped it in MIDNIGHT ink and then used my Copic markers to color in each of the letters in light and dark aquas to coordinate with the tree.  For a little added sparkle, I added flat sequins.
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Here's a little recap of the rest of the release before I send you on your way to see what the rest of the crew has up their sleeve today...


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Layer the above 2 Confetti Cuts dies together to get this look:
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Are you ready to see all of the Confetti Creativity that the Confetti Crew (and lots of friends) have to share today? I'm sending you on your way in 3...2...1...



By Reverse Confetti
on September 07, 2020

Thank you to everyone that has been following along with the COUNTDOWN TO CONFETTI and commented.  The winner of our $15 gift certificates are below...

From our Facebook post:
Mary-Anne Venginickal I love fall because the cooler sweater weather and gorgeous fall colours.
And, from Mayra's blog:

Stunning colour choice! Love how the wreath seems to be glowing, and somehow can't get enough of the white pumpkin 🎃😅❤️


Winners, please email us at info@reverseconfetti.com

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