WEDNESDAY IN THE WORKS

By Reverse Confetti
on April 17, 2019
1 comment
Greetings! Heather here today to share a simple one layer card with some masking using some Stamps and coordinating Confetti Cuts from Reverse Confetti!

Here is this week's video detailing my process:



I used the beautiful Floral Gem stamp set and created a mask with the coordinating Floral Gem Confetti Cuts. I did some ink blending on the background with a combination of Peach, Bellini, and Coral ink to create an ombre blended background.

The sentiment is from Sentimental Gems - the perfect coordinating set to Floral Gem. To finish off I used some Nuvo Blizzard Glitter drops on the flowers for some sparkle, and Nuvo Key Lime Jewel drops on the leaves for a hint of color and shine.

I love how this card is nice and flat and easy to mail - but still has lots of interest and the illusion of dimension! And - using the coordinating Confetti Cuts means you don't even have to do any fussy cutting for your masking!
Thanks for stopping by today! Have a wonderful day!

WEDNESDAY IN THE WORKS

By Reverse Confetti
on April 10, 2019
1 comment
Hello! Heather here today to share a fun Floral Butterfly card with a unique spotlighting technique and using some beautiful stamps and Confetti Cuts from Reverse Confetti!

Here is this week's video detailing my process:



For this card, I used just the largest butterfly die from the Butterfly Dreams Coordinating Dies. I then stamped the lovely florals on there using Hatbox Florals - a more recent release.

My original plan was to just use that as an embellishment, but my plans changed midway through making this card - don't you love when that happens? I ended up turning it into a popped up spotlight card with lots of sparkle!

Sentiment is from Tall Blooms, and the cardbase was created with Mist Cardstock - one of my favorite shades of blue cardstock!

Thanks for stopping by today! Have a wonderful day!

APRIL BLOG HOP

By Jennifer del Muro
on April 08, 2019
4 comments
Greetings, 'Fetti Fans and welcome to our monthly hop!
This past weekend I spent at a retreat with all of these lovely ladies.  It's always wonderful to get away and get my creative spirit boosted.  I never get anything done and I am sure the scale is not going to be my friend when I weigh in tomorrow,  but it was fun and every moment cherished. 
I had planned to make a card to share upon my return, but unfortunately my flight was quite delayed, so I will send you off to now to see the Confetti Crew creations. I'm going to plop into bed and breathe again after that plane ride.  The flight attendant literally came over the intercom after we landed and **congratulated** the flight deck on getting us home safely.  Yea, it was a little bumpy!!!

CONFETTI CAMERA WITH OLGA

By Reverse Confetti
on April 04, 2019
1 comment
Olga with you today and I'm glad to share with you my cards for Confetti Camera for the first time. I'm often making a couple of cards, it saves my time and I think that every next card version will be better than the previous one, so I created two versions for a thanks card. 
For the beginning, I stamped the bouquet of  Hatbox Florals Set twice and colored it. Than I applied Confetti Cuts to it. I toned one cardstock with blue shades and another with orange shades. I applied Polka Panel Confetti Cuts to it. Than I used Darling Dots 6x6 Paper Pad and Stitched Note & Frames Confetti Cuts for creating another element of my background. I stapled it together and glued it to the base for each cards.
I used Thanks & Hello Word Duos Confetti Cuts and the sentiment of Mod Floral Stack Set for the title. I hope, You like my cards and have a nice day!

WEDNESDAY IN THE WORKS

By Reverse Confetti
on April 03, 2019
1 comment
Hello 'Fetti Fans! Heather here today to share a this super duper duo of cards! Today I'm sharing how I put these cards together - as well as a couple tricks for working with word dies that have individual letters like this set!

Here is this week's video detailing my process:


I love making both a boy and girl version of the same card - great way to use one card design and get lots of bang for your buck! Both cards used the same stamps and dies - So Super, You're Super Duper, and Stitched Rays Cover Panel - then a different color cardstock. The girl version uses Salsa, and the boy version uses Avocado.
It's also fun sometimes to use coordinating dies without all of the intended stamp images - like I did with the starbursts from So Super Coordinating Confetti Cuts with the "bam" and "pow" stamped on, but not the outline of the image.

Thanks for stopping by today! Have a wonderful day!

STOCK YOUR STASH - MOMS, DADS & GRADS

By Jennifer del Muro
on April 01, 2019
1 comment
Howdy, 'Fetti Fans and Happy April!
It's a new month and time for a new STOCK YOUR STASH challenge!

 

 

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. 
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And, of course, we have some great inspiration from the Confetti Crew to share with you...
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Ok, it's your turn to show us your creations for MOMS, DADS & GRADS!

You are invited to the Inlinkz link party!

Click here to enter

STOCK YOUR STASH WINNER

By Jennifer del Muro
on March 31, 2019
1 comment
STOCK YOUR STASH WINNER
Thank you to everyone that played along with the STOCK YOUR STASH challenge for March.  We'll have a new theme up tomorrow.  Congrats to our winner, Tangii Crain with this gorgeous tag...
Tangii, please email info@reverseconfetti.com to claim your prize.

 

CONFETTI CAMERA WITH JEANNE

By Reverse Confetti
on March 28, 2019
I’m smitten with the So Super stamp set with coordinating Confetti Cut dies!  I think they’re perfect for everyone on your list.  I thought it would be fun to see two different looks made with the same products.. one for Mom and one for Dad.  After all, who can you always count on to save the day?

I kept the layout very similar for both cards with very subtle differences.  I chose a bright yellow background with a touch of purple and lime for a feminine feel for Mom.
 
The sun in layered confetti cuts is shining bright over the city – it’s going to be a great day.  The bright colors add to the comic book appeal to the images. 
 
 
My “Dad” card  has a kraft and tangerine background with black and blue accents.
There are two male super heros in the stamp set.  I’ve added one bounding over the city, and the second is ready to spring into action with his trusty sidekick.
 
Everyone loves to feel like a kid, and I think both my folks will adore these cards.
 
Finished Size 4.25 x 5.5”
Stamps | Reverse Confetti So Super

WEDNESDAY IN THE WORKS

By Reverse Confetti
on March 27, 2019
1 comment
Greetings! Heather here today to share a soft floral love theme card using some of the newest releases from Reverse Confetti!

Here is this week's video detailing my process:


I love the soft effect you get from tone on tone stamping - especially when it involves florals like these lovely ones from Hatbox Florals! I used Mist cardstock AND Mist dye ink to create this look.
Paired up with a frame from Stitched Note & Frames Confetti Cuts, Love & XOXO Word Duo Confetti Cuts, and a tiny additional sentiment from the must have Word Up stamp set - you have a perfect simple and sweet card!

Thanks for stopping by today! Have a wonderful day!

CONFETTI CAMERA

By Jennifer del Muro
on March 21, 2019
1 comment
Hello, sweet 'Fetti Fans!
It's been a bit since our last post.  After the release, we went on a spring break vacation.  Before last year, we never really did anything for spring break and then I read an article about making memories with your kiddos and felt that we should "do something" over spring break and make those happy memories.  This year we chose Disneyland, upon it being a wish from my daughter who quietly sat through lots of spring training games last year and even came home with valley fever (no complications or symptoms, thank GOD!).  I hope that you all have had fun spring break memories made with your families, too!
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We're doubling up on Confetti Camera this week with both Audrey and Tricia having projects featured...
For my Confetti Camera project, I created a pair of birthday cards for my niece and nephew.  All of the elements are the same, but I changed up the color schemes to include their favorite colors.  To create my cards, I started off with an A2 card base. 
The girl card uses Piggy Bank cardstock and the boy card uses Mist cardstock. On top of each, I layered the Sunburst Cover Panel Confetti Cuts die.  I used Flamingo cardstock for the girl card and Navy carstock for the boy card.  On top of the circle opening, I added a pinked edge circle using the Flowers For Mom Confetti Cuts dies, Sunshine and Avocado cardstock and patterned paper from the Paper Bliss 6x6 paper pad.  Then, I stamped and colored images from the So Super stamp set and diecut them with the coordinating So Super Confetti Cuts dies.  I stamped a sentiment from the So Super stamp set onto a white banner diecut, also included in the Flowers For Mom Confetti Cuts die set.  Once I had everything arranged, I popped all of the pieces up with foam tape, and added some white gel pen accents to finish off my cards.
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Hello everyone!  It's Tricia with you today with this week's Confetti Camera where we are sharing two versions of a card.   I decided to create a birthday card for Mom and Dad using Moon Men and several new products from this past release.   I created a shaker card plus I used a technique that Jennifer McGuire shared, here is a link to Jennifer's post.  I suspended my space men inside the shaker with clear thread so that they can shake and move around more.     
 
For Mom's card, I used Magenta and Piggy Bank ink and blended them both onto Bristol smooth card stock.  For the Dad card, I ink blended with Island Blue and Iced Aqua inks and followed the same process as I did for the first card.    I then used the Stitched Rays Cover Panel to provide some additional details.   To create my galaxy background, I embossed a few stars and flicked on white and black paint.   I added the galaxy panel to an A2 card base and then layered two layers of foam tape onto the card panel.  
 
The Moon Men images were stamped onto Premier Polar White card stock and die cut out with the Moon Men Confetti Cuts.   I colored my images from Moon Men with my Copic markers and then added the clear thread to the back with some washi tape.  You then stretch the thread across the panel and give a little bit of wiggle room for the image to move around.   For the second image, I made it a little tighter so that the shaker bits can move around underneath.   The sentiment comes from Word Up stamp set and I used the new Mom & Dad Word Duos Confetti Cuts.     The shaker frame is from the new Stitched Note & Frames Confetti Cuts.    
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