By Reverse Confetti
on November 27, 2020
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I pictured a bright happy Christmas card, so I grabbed purples and aquas - soooo pretty!!! To start my card I created the background with our new Plaid Lines Big (which I inked blended in Wisteria) and Plaid Lines Small (done in RC Aqua cardstock). I placed some polka dot paper from Darling Dots paper pad to compliment the Wisteria colour.
I layered Circle Rays Duo Confetti Cuts in a metallic gold on the aqua and wisteria coloured panels. Next I grabbed the Wreath of Joy (one of my top favourites!) and ran it through my die cut machine also in RC Aqua.
I stamped Merry & Bright Christmas bulb in Wisteria and added it between the J and Y.
Lastly I added a Seasonal Says It All sentiment on Iced Aqua cardstock and adhered it to my card along with some colour coordinating enamel dots.



By Reverse Confetti
on November 26, 2020
Hello and we are so happy you have stopped by today, it's Lisa Henke posting here today. It's a wonderful time of year to be grateful and think about our blessings. With all the talk of social distancing and our holidays looking a lot different this year, I have decided not to let the virus steal my joy.  I want to make sure I recognize and acknowledge all my blessing. 

So I pulled out a few of my favorites from my Reverse Confetti stash and created some joy for myself. The base is one of my all time favorite Cover Plates, Pointed. I then added a soft blend of Bellini and Wine inks with a blending brush. 

I stamped the beautiful floral vase from Botanical in Midnight ink onto Cloud White card stock.  I did some water coloring with my Zig markers and a water pen. Once the image was dried, I used the Botanical Confetti Cuts to cut it out. 

I used the beautiful scripty Blessed Confetti Cut word die for my sentiment along the bottom. I cut it from some striped paper from the Autumn Abundance 6x6 Paper pad.  

Thanks for stopping by today.  Don't forget about the amazing Thankful for You sales! 

Enjoy your day and take a moment to see the blessings in your everyday life. 
Hugs, Lisa


By Reverse Confetti
on November 25, 2020
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 Hey there!  Tricia here today to share with you this Christmas card using several of the new release products and these sweet Yuletide Mice.   

I love Avocado and Lime Green cardstock together and love the pop the Lime Green has off the Avocado!  I used the new Plaid Lines - Big Confetti Cuts and die cut the Lime Green cardstock.   I stamped the images from Yuletide Mice onto Premier Polar White cardstock and colored with my Copic markers.  

I die cut the mice with the Yuletide Mice Confetti Cuts.  I die cut a circle using the Square & Circle Frame Confetti Cuts for a base for my images.   I die cut the Holly from Avocado, Salsa and Polar White cardstock.  I covered the berries in Christmas Red Stickles.   I added my images and Holly to the card panel with foam tape.  

I stacked my sentiments from Yuletide Mice and stamped onto Lead cardstock and white heat embossed it.   I added a few little dots with a white gel pen!   I hope you have a wonderful day!  


By Reverse Confetti
on November 23, 2020
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Hello!  Amy Kolling here to spread a bit of JOY around for the upcoming holidays!
One of my favorite sets is the Background Builder.  I have paired it with the Wreath of Joy Confetti Cuts for a graphic look.

The solid circle from Background Builder was stamped repeatedly and overlapping each other over a trimmed white panel using Piggy Bank, Magenta, Iced Aqua, and Lagoon Reverse Confetti Inks.  This panel was added to a white notecard that was scored at 1/8" around the perimeter.

Using the Wreath of Joy Confetti Cuts, the leaves were die cut from Piggy Bank cardstock as well as the letters 'J' and 'Y'.  All the die cut elements were adhered with liquid glue.  For dimension, I layered three JOY Confetti Cuts together.  To finish, mini clear gems were added to the center of the wreath and then the whole card was spritzed with Clear Shimmer Spray for a snowy look.


By Jennifer del Muro
on November 20, 2020

You all should find a happy surprise in your email tomorrow!  Many of you will receive restock notifications, as well. 

As we do each year, we are taking off the week of Thanksgiving to make memories with our family.  Shipping will resume on November 30.


By Reverse Confetti
on November 20, 2020
Hi crafty friends! This is Olga Moss. It’s time for my new card here. 
I love all winter sets from Reverse Confetti and I'm always happy to make cards with them. That's why they always turn out so bright and fun! 
I love cards with birds. And I wanted to make one where there will be real bird fun!

I stamped the images from the Birdie Buddies stamp set in a black hybrid ink and colored them up with copic markers. I also wanted to add small birds to the scene, so I found them in the Chalk It Up stamp set. After my coloring was done I cut them all with Birdie Buddies Confetti Cuts and Chalk It Up Confetti Cuts.

Then I created a bright ink blended background and added a lot of colorful splashes of watercolors. To create a sentiment I used the big Warm Hugs Confetti Cuts.

With all the pieces ready, I can now finally assemble it al together. Whew! That was a lot!

I hope you enjoyed the inspiration I had for you today. 
Thank you for stopping by!


By Reverse Confetti
on November 19, 2020

The prettiest little Christmas village I've seen was in downtown Vail, CO many years ago.  The quaint shops, cobblestone streets and old world architecture made me feel like I was in another time.  And then, it started snowing.  Truly, a  peaceful, beautiful experience!  My card reminds me of that wonderful memory! 

I began by creating a distress ink background and splattering some white paint for snow then layered it on top of Navy cardstock.  I used Cloud White cardstock for the snow hills.  The darling houses and snow-tipped trees that make up my village are from the new Home for the Holidays stamps and dies.  And who can resist those adorable deer?!  The deer, star banners and tall evergreen trees are from the new Deerly stamps and dies.



By Reverse Confetti
on November 18, 2020


Hello!  It's Amy T here with you today sharing a Botanical card set.  You can't really tell by the photos, but these are petite at 3.25 x 4.50 inches.  Although they both use the same supplies, let's just chat a bit about each one.

The first one, uses the vase image from Botanical.  I wanted the vase to pop so that's why it is that beautiful green while the foliage is pretty subtle.  

Did you notice the background on both of the cards?  It's a Piggy Bank panel that has been stamped with Background Builder in the same color ink.

The sentiments have been heat embossed on Midnight cardstock.  They are both from the Best Sentiments set.  The frame is the smaller one in the Stitched Note & Frames confetti cuts.

Thanks so much for stopping by today!


By Reverse Confetti
on November 17, 2020
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 Hi Fetti Fans! Welcome back to the blog,  Ali here today and I'm getting those Christmas cards done! With postage as slow as it is at the moment, I have been making Christmas cards for a while in the hopes I will send some out early this year! This Christmas card is made with Wreath Of Joy using a simple white and gold color scheme - giving it more of a classic feel.

The background was made first using some white cardstock and the Stitched Bursts Cover Panel which has a slight snowflake feel to it when used with white cardstock. I then used the Wreath of Joy die to cut an appeture in both the background piece and the white cardfront. I then adhered the background piece to the card front, being careful to line them up.

I die cut the pieces on gold and glitter gold cardstock as shown and keeping the card closed, I adhered them into the 'appeture' space that I had die cut in the background and cardfront.

This creates a nice feature to the card where when you open it up the pretty Joy is adhered to the inside of the card. You can still write your message around the Joy and it won't be seen from the front of the card when it is closed.

Hope you enjoyed this card and that it gives you some ideas to create your own version.

Thanks for stopping by!

Ali xx


By Reverse Confetti
on November 16, 2020
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I created this easy to make slimline card in under an hour, which trust me, is super-trooper-duper fast for me.

I started with some teal coloured paper from Winter Solstice.

I stamped Merry & Bright Christmas bulbs in MagentaGrass, and Bellini inks and adhered them to the card base. Lastly I added a bit of pink twine and colour coordinating enamel dots. It was really just that simple!! Super easy for bulk card making too!!



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