By Jennifer del Muro
on September 24, 2021
Hello Confetti friends! This is Olga Moss. Autumn is already here.  So now is the time to create cards with pumpkins. And the process of the coloring pumpkins is always so much fun!

So I chose beautiful Lanterns stamp set for my card.

I stamped and colored beautiful pumpkin boughs with my copic markers. Then I repeated the outline of the images again and I heat embossed it with gold powder. Now the outline of the pumpkin boughs shines beautifully. I also die cut the images using Lanterns Confetti Cuts. 

I have long wanted to make a woody background. To do this, I used cardstock with a wood texture. I just cut it into blocks and blended it using brown shades of inks.
I wanted to add a spectacular design element to my card so I used big beautiful sentiment from the Scripty Sentiments stamp set. I popped up the pumpkin boughs onto a panel with sentiment and then onto a wooden background. The card is ready. 

Hope you enjoyed today’s project


By Jennifer del Muro
on September 23, 2021

Hello Fetti Fans. Thanks for stopping by the blog again! Hope you enjoy the sweetness I have for you today with this cute card using Oh My Heart Cover Panel, Outlined Frame Cover Panel and Ice Cream Social Stamp and die set. It's bright and colourful and sure to bring a smile to the face of anyone who receives it. 
 I began by using my brushes to cover a white piece of cardstock in patches of Distress Oxide Ink colours:
Cracked Pistachio, Kitsch Flamingo, Shaded Lilac and Squeezed Lemonade.
 I then cut from white cardstock both the Cover Panels and trimmed them as shown.

I adhered these to the coloured panel and then all to a white card base. I stamped and coloured the cute Bunny image from the stamp set and stamped and embossed the sentiment on a black card strip. I adhered the image and sentiment to the front of the card to complete it
An adorable, bright and quick little card!

Thanks for joining us!
Ali xx


By Jennifer del Muro
on September 22, 2021

 Hello! It's Tricia here with you today.  I hope you are all doing well!  I just love sunflowers, one of my favorites! I was so excited to see the new Fall Flowers stamp set.   Such a beautiful set!  I stamped the images out and colored with my Copic markers.   I love the colors of fall and decided to add a little bit of brown to the tips of a few of the leaves.  I die cut the images with the Fall Flowers Confetti Cuts. 

I took the larger stamp from the Fall Flowers stamp set and stamped onto kraft cardstock with black ink into the corners.  I then splattered the panel with some black paint.  I stamped a sentiment from Mixed Messages onto the panel.  

I die cut the Large Detailed Circle Frame Confetti Cuts from some cream cardstock.   I added it to the panel with foam tape.  I then added my stamped and colored Fall Flowers to the Large Detailed Circle Frame with some liquid adhesive. 

I finished the panel off with some crystal jewels.  I hope you have a fun and crafty day! 


By Jennifer del Muro
on September 21, 2021

Hi crafty friends! It’s Lien here with a fun Christmas card and matching envelope using some new and old confetti cuts.

One of my favorite products from the latest release is the Tree Confetti Cuts, it’s such a great abstract piece that can easily fill up an entire card front for a quick beautiful Christmas card. But I wanted to try and use it a little differently to stretch my supplies. The easiest ways to do that for me is: 1) pair it with a different product and 2) try a different technique with it.

So I came up with this snowy scene using the Circle of Waves Confetti Cuts. I die cut that from Clairefontaine DCP 250 gsm white cardstock (any white cardstock that works well for ink blending will do!), and I colored every "wave" with Reverse Confetti inks. I used Mist for the snowy hills and Iced Aqua, Baby Blue and Navy Blue for the sky. I then also added some splatter with silver metallic paint by Finetec for a sparkly snow effect. I taped all the "waves" together on the back so they'd be easier to handle.

For the trees I used only the very top piece cut with the Tree Confetti Cuts. I again cut these small trees from white cardstock and colored them with inks. I used Lime Green, RC Aqua and Avocado. I added some details to the trees with a white gel pen and made some of the trees shorter with scissors. I adhered everything on a circle card base with foam tape and foam squares. I finished it up with some gems.

For the matching envelope I used the same red cardstock I used as a matting layer on my circle card and folded an envelope from that using the We R Memory Keepers 1-2-3 Punch Board. I then die cut 3 more of these tiny trees from post it tape (just put the tape over cardstock and then die cut, peel apart like a sticker). I adhered those onto my envelope then used some of the pieces from the Circle Waves die as stencils to blend on some snowy hills in white pigment ink. I finished it with some snowfall in white gel pen.

That finished up today's project! You can find the video below! I'd love for you to check it out. Thank you so much for stopping by!


By Jennifer del Muro
on September 20, 2021

Candice back with you today and I again had to play with Reverse Confetti's new September release, this time with the Christmas products! This new tree die is perfect to highlight (and use again!) your cross stitch panels with gorgeous different patterns! There is enough space to do all the fun detail stitches for a stunning Christmas card!

I used these Reverse Confetti products to create my slimline design:

I began my slimline with an 8 1/2 x 3 1/2 card base.

For the background, I first trimmed a piece of Bristol Smooth cardstock to fit a little smaller than my card front and die cut the tree near the top making sure to center it. I then die cut the cross stitch panel and created my stitched design lining it up behind the openings in the tree. I then adhered the tree panel with foam tape over the cross stitched piece and used foam tape to add to the front of my card.

Next, I stamped the crib, colored it with copic markers, and used the coordinating dies to cut it out. I then cut the ray die and 'peace' from gold foil cardstock and the 'peace' shadow from blue shimmer cardstock.

To put the card together, I glued the ray down and added the layered 'peace' and crib with foam tape and simply stamped the sentiment beneath!

I hope you are inspired to try a cross stitch pattern or come up with a design to use behind this amazing tree!

Thank you for stopping by with me today!



By Jennifer del Muro
on September 17, 2021
Hello friends! Olga Moss is here. Today I’m sharing these Halloween projects using new Boo Day stamp set with Layered Boo Confetti Cuts.

For the background I used the Criss Cross Cover Panel Confetti Cuts with light grey cardstock. First, I cut out the background, and then replaced some crosses with black ones made of sparkling paper. 

Using the new Layered Boo Confetti Cuts I've cut it out in 5 orange colors and the word boo in white. And I used an element on repeat to create a composition. I love this method!

I've finished my card with three white heat embossed spiderweb images from the Boo Day stamp set and the Boo Day Confetti Cuts.

I also created a gift tag in the same way using a tag from the Celebrate Tag Confetti Cuts.

Getting this simple projects done was so fun.

I hope you can take a little time to get some Halloween projects done and if you love this project too you can shop this products! 


By Jennifer del Muro
on September 16, 2021

Hello Fetti Fans! Welcome again to the blog - hope you find inspiration and ideas here for all of your wonderful Reverse Confetti goodies. Today, I have tried a new color combination - if you are anything like me, you find yourself going back to the same comfortable colors time and time again - hoping this inspires you to try something different!  I've used the Cup of Friendship Stamp and die sets and the You Confetti Cut with You Coordinates to create this pretty birthday card.

I began by embossing some white cardstock with the Stitched Rays Cover Panel and adhered it to some gold cardstock and then onto a white cardbase. I stamped and colored the main image from Cup Of Friendship and die cut with the corresponding die. I used a range of pink/burgundy and red Copics for my coloring. R39, R14, RV 42, E04, RV23, RV21.

I die cut the You die from burgundy cardstock and backed with gold cardstock. I stamped the sentiment and white embossed it on a black sentiment strip and attached them as shown to finish.

A pretty, classic card.
Thanks for joining me and see you here again soon!
Ali xx


By Jennifer del Muro
on September 15, 2021

Hello! I am sharing a Christmas card today made with a mix of new and previously released holiday products.  It has been forever since I created a shaker card!  I love the new Trees Confetti Cuts from the September release.  I call it a two for one die because you can use the positive and negative die cuts from this die to create a card!  

I started by stamped some Avocado cardstock with the Christmas Circles stamp set using Avocado ink.  A stamp positioner is key to making sure that you have the right placement!   I used several different circle images from the stamp set and stamped all at once!  I then die cut the Trees Confetti Cuts from the center of the panel.  I saved the negative die cut to use in another card later!

I adhered a plastic window panel to the back of the Avocado stamped panel.  To ensure that I was filled to the brim with confetti, I used some super thin foam tape between each level and the outside of the tree.  This way the tree stayed full and my confetti did not move to the bottom of the shaker.  Each bit of confetti was confined to each separate space! 

I die cut the Layered Peace Confetti Cuts from Salsa and Premium Polar White cardstock and adhered them together with liquid adhesive and then adhered it directly to the panel with liquid adhesive.   This allows for easy and simple mailing!  Look how gold sparkles from the tree!  So much fun!  

The tiny die cut star at the top of the tree is from the Boo Day Confetti Cuts and was die cut from Salsa cardstock.   I hope you have a wonderful and crafty day!  


By Jennifer del Muro
on September 14, 2021

Hello crafty friends! Lien here with a fun Halloween project using the Boo Day stamp set from the latest release. I love these Halloween critters, they're just so adorable!

I started by stamping those onto Clairefontaine DCP 250 gsm cardstock in Memento Tuxedo Black ink, any ink that's suitable for alcohol markers will work. I colored these images in with my alcohol markers (you can see the coloring process in the video linked below if you're curious) but the gist of it is: I go from darkest to lightest, going back and forth and layering my coloring until I'm happy with how smooth my blend is.

I fussy cut these images out (the matching dies are available here, I'm just a weirdo who thinks fussy cutting is relaxing). And then I moved on to my background. I die cut the Reverse Confetti Stitched Scallops Cover Die from Canson Montval 300 gsm watercolor cardstock because I'm going to do some ink smooshing. I recommend you use watercolor cardstock for that because it is a wet technique and not all paper holds up well with that. I pressed my inks onto a slick surface, added some water and picked that watered down ink up with some plastic packaging. You can then press that down onto your paper and that gives you more control of where you put down your color.

I also used those same inks to darken up the edges, just by blending them on with a blending brush. I painted on a frame so I could ground my images and added splatter as well. I glued that background panel onto a topfolding notecard and propped my images up on some foam squares. For a matching envelope I just folded one with the We R Memory Keepers 1-2-3 Punch Board and blended on the same inks.

Thank you so much for visiting the Reverse Confetti blog, it's my first post here and I'm so honored to join the team! You can find the video for this project right here.


By Jennifer del Muro
on September 13, 2021

Hi! Candice with you this Monday and I cannot tell you how much I am loving the new September release from Reverse Confetti, it is full of your choice of Halloween, Fall, or Christmas! This week I went with a Fall card using the new release because I so love the change of colors I get to use when creating, don't you?!

I used these Reverse Confetti products to create my card:

I began my card with a 6 1/2 x 5 card base.

For the background, I die cut 2 panels from the All Lined Up Cover Panel die, one from dark brown cardstock and the other from pattern paper. I offset these gluing them together and trimming the bottom one and adhered to the center of my card. I then die cut the fabulous Large Detailed Circle die from the dark brown cardstock and used foam tape to pop it up.

The banner I created by using the partial die cut method with the tag die (run partway through your machine, rotate and line up, and run it partway through again!). I heat embossed the sentiment in white and used foam tape to put below the circle.

Next, I stamped the Fall floral cluster and apple cider mug, colored them with copic markers, and used the coordinating dies listed above to cut them out. I added them also with foam tape to give lots of dimension to the card around the circle and finished with a few gold jewels!

I hope you are inspired to try these colors on your next Fall design and take a moment to go check out the amazing new release HERE!

Thank you so much for visiting with me today!


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