By Jennifer del Muro
on December 03, 2021


I am always constantly in search of new and interesting sketches for my cards. And all my non-standard experiments are inspired by Reverse Confetti products. So for today's post I made this fun winter scene card using new big sentiment Layered Joy Confetti Cuts and absolutely adorable Snow Bunnies stamp set.  And I can't wait to share it with you!

The images were stamped in a black hybrid ink, colored with copic markers, and die cut out with the Snow Bunnies Confetti Cuts. I  also used some trees from the Cookies & Milk set. I created an ink blended background. Then I remove the top of my background. So I got a view of a big snowy hill.

Next I heat embossed in white the sentiment from our FREEBIE stamp set called Snowy Sentiments. This is available at no charge with orders of $60+.  Please note, it MUST BE ADDED to your cart to receive this set.  It is also available to purchase separately.

I have placed at the top of my card a 2 piece word "joy" in a scripty font. I cut out the bottom layer of the sentiment from craft cardstock and the letters on top from a white sheet of paper. And I decorated it with glitter. I think it looks so fun.

Finally I added all the images and the sentiment to the card base with foam tape. Also to complete the composition I added the multicolored snowflakes from the polymer clay.

Hope you play along this month - can't wait to see what you create!


By Jennifer del Muro
on December 02, 2021

Hello Fetti Fans! Ali here today with some lovely Christmas tags that can also be made as tree ornaments. I've used the Open Drop Cover Panel centre die to form the shape of the tags/ornaments and the beautiful Snowflake Season images for the embossed feature. The Blessed and Love and XOXO Word Duos Confetti Cut word dies are perfect to complete them.  

I began by die cutting two centre pieces with the die from matt silver cardstock. I then embossed the snowflake images in versamark ink on navy cardstock and embossed with silver holographic embossing powder. Hint: when heat setting glitter embossing powder, heat from the back as this avoids blowing off the glitter with your heat gun. 
Using the corresponding dies from the set, I cut out the snowflakes and adhered them to the front of the centre pieces. I die cut the words and adhered as shown. I punched holes in the top and threaded ribbon in silver and navy blue to finish. 

Hope this inspires you to create some handmade tree decorations! See you again soon

Ali xx


By Jennifer del Muro
on December 01, 2021

Greetings 'Fetti Fam and happy DECEMBER! This year has flown by and I know that a lot of you are like me and saying "thank goodness!" I look forward to what 2022 has to bring. We're kicking off this final month with a new STOCK YOUR STASH challenge and we sure hope that you will play along!

Some things to note about this challenge...
There will be a new Stock Your Stash challenge posted on the Reverse Confetti blog on the 1st of each month.
The SYS link list will be open from the 1st until noon CST on the 29th of the month. Click the "Play Along..." button on our sidebar to go current link list post.
Reverse Confetti stamps and/or Confetti Cuts are required to win. This is a way we get to thank our customers for using our stamps. Anyone is welcome to play, though!
You may enter as many times as you wish.
Use #SYSChallenge when playing along with this challenge.
There will be a random winner selected each month and that person will receive a $20 gift certificate to the Reverse Confetti store. The winner of challenge will be posted on the Reverse Confetti blog at the end of the month.
And now from our incredibly talented designers...
Hello and Happy December! It's Amy Tsuruta and I'm so happy to be sharing my project for the December Stock Your Stash Challenge theme: Thank You
I went with a winter theme card and rose gold embossing powder.
I started off with the Brilliance and Open Drop Cover Panels in Premier Polar White. I love how they work so beautifully together.
The large snowflake from the Snowflake Season set has been heat embossed in rose gold.
The sentiment is from the Thank You stamp set. The coordinating confetti cuts make it really stand out.
This could work for a holiday thank you or just a generic winter thank you. I can't wait to see how you're inspired!

Stock Your Stash is designed to help you add cards for different occasions to your collection! Every month features a different theme so if you play along you'll have a nice collection of different cards to share with family and friends. Oh and did I mention that once you link you're card your automatically entered to win the monthly prize?

The theme for December is "Thank You". It's always important to send a thank you to express your appreciation for a kindness that's been extended to you. And if you've been very good this holiday season you might need more than a few of these!

I love flowers for every occasion so my go to this time was the Bloom stamp set. I used the large image from the set to make a pretty border between some solid cardstock and some stamped Patterned Panels stripes.

I used an Inside Scallop Circle Tag to create a focal point for the "Thanks" from Best Sentiments. I trimmed the tag topper from the tag and tucked the cut edge under the flowers that are raised with adhesive foam tape.
I hope you find some time to play along at Reverse Confetti! You'll be glad you Stocked Your Stash the next time you reach for a greeting card!
Finished Size 4.25 x 5.5"

Ok, now it's your turn to show us your THANK YOU cards for a chance to win!

You are invited to the Inlinkz link party!

Click here to enter


By Jennifer del Muro
on November 30, 2021
1 comment
Thank you to all that played in this month's STOCK YOUR STASH challenge and congratulations to NANCY THOMAS, who has been selected as our challenge winner with this lovely card...
Nancy, please email us at to claim your prize!


By Jennifer del Muro
on November 30, 2021

Hello crafty friends! I'm Lien and this week I'm sharing a clean and simple circle card using some die cut inlay! As always you can find the video at the bottom of the blogpost!

For this card I started out by stamping the lovely little Christmas tree image from the Polar Party stamp set in Memento Tuxedo Black ink (any alcohol marker friendly ink will do!) onto Clairefontaine DCP 250 gsm cardstock. I quickly colored this in with my markers and then fussy cut it out. If you're not as much a fan of fussy cutting as I am, you can use the matching dies. Now I'm going to zhuzh up this tree a little bit more later, but let's get started on our cardbase and background, shall we?

To make this circle card I die cut three circles of the same size, using some regular old nesting circle dies. I put two aside, those will form my cardbase later and from the third one I can die cut the Circle Element Confetti Cuts die right from the center of it. I also die cut that same die from some holographic gold cardstock, any specialty cardstock will really pack a punch here!

I then used my scoring tool to put a score line near the top of one of the plain circles. I reinforce that with my bonefolder and put some liquid glue on everything above the scoreline then adhere it to the second plain circle. I then glue the white circle with the circle element die cut from it right to the front of my card. Now using some more liquid glue, I fill in some of the gaps and I use a jewel picker to insert the gold holographic pieces for a fun die cut inlay look. Once I've done all that I can mount the tree on top with some foam adhesive. To finish the tree I put some Wink of Stella Clear Brush pen on the stars and some Glossy Accents on the red baubles.

If you'd like to see how I made this card plus a fun matching envelope, please watch the video below! Thank you so much for visiting!


By Jennifer del Muro
on November 29, 2021

Candice with you today sharing a quick and fun ornament you could make with your children for Christmas! One of our family traditions is to make a yearly ornament so that by the time my kids get their own tree they will have ornaments with memories to go on their tree!

I used these Reverse Confetti products for my ornaments:

I die cut 3 of the green dots, 3 of the striped, and 6 of the shimmer white cardstocks from the inside drop cover, scored them down the center and adhered all of them together except closing it together using strong double-sided tape.

To assemble the ornaments, I trimmed pieces of gold twine, tied a knot on the bottoms, and closed the ornaments together with the twine in the center. To add a bit more sparkle, I glued some gold domes on the white inside pieces.

You can make these with all that Christmas pattern paper you have and you can also add extra layers to make it thicker if you would like to!

Thank you for visiting today!



By Jennifer del Muro
on November 27, 2021
1 comment

Hello again! Candice with you today sharing a great way to combine your word dies to create a great focal point sentiment on your 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 my background, I trimmed a piece of Bristol Smooth a little smaller than my card front, inked it with broken china, tumbled glass, mowed lawn and bundled sage, and splattered with white paint and gold shimmer spray using a damp paintbrush.

While that dried, I die cut the PEACE from a piece of Bristol Smooth inked with the broken china and tumbled glass, and the JOY from another piece inked with the mowed lawn and bundled sage and layered the 2. I then used my Cameo Silhouette to cut out the & from some pattern paper.

Next, I stamped Mary, Joseph, and Jesus and the doves colored them with copic markers, and used the coordinating dies to cut them out. I then heat embossed the stars in gold and cut out with the matching dies and heat embossed the sentiment on a small banner. To put the card together, I first arranged my word die sentiment and placed the sentiment banner along the bottom of the JOY. The images I placed around the words to draw your eye in and finished with some gold domes!

I hope you try to use your word dies to create a great focal point on your next card!

Thank you for stopping by today!



By Jennifer del Muro
on November 26, 2021


By Jennifer del Muro
on November 25, 2021
1 comment
Hello Fetti Fans! Ali here today. What a fabulous Retro Holiday vibe I had when creating this week - such fun!! I was using the Retro Holiday stamps of course and I just had to go for a true retro colour combination of orange and pink with yellow too. So different but I love this look! I'll be creating a lot more with this set.
To begin, I created the background by stamping the dotted lines for bauble cords, along with the mini star images with the 3 coloured inks on white cardstock. You can use any bright inks you have. I then splattered with black ink mixed with water. 
I stamped the images using my misti in all of the 3 colours and fussy cut them which was super easy to do (as I wanted them all separate). I layered them on the background piece as shown and adhered in place. I stamped the sentiment using my misti so I could get a nice clear image by stamping 2-3 times. I used an orange piece of card as a backing before adhering to a white cardbase.
I really love how this set is so different to anything I have seen before - loving the retro look, are you?
See you again soon, Ali xx


By Jennifer del Muro
on November 24, 2021
1 comment

Hello 'Fetti Friends!   I love snowflake images and this new set Snowflake Season does not disappoint!   It has some beautiful images both small and large snowflakes.   

I started with Navy cardstock and cut it down to 3 1/2 inches by 8 1/4 inches.   I used my embossing buddy across the cardstock I started by embossing my sentiment so that I could build my snowflakes around the card panel.  

I used my MISTI and was able to rotate my card around with the larger stamped images.   I then filled in the rest of the panel with the smaller snowflakes.  I embossed the snowflakes with silver detailed embossing powder.   To finish off the card panel, I inked the edges with Abyss ink to darken the outer edges of the panel.  I then used a paper towel and wiped my card panel of the dust and ink from the stamped and embossed snowflakes. 

 I hope you have a wonderful day!  Be sure to check out the Thankful sale and stock up on your wish list items!!   Happy Thanksgiving! 

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