By Jennifer del Muro
on August 01, 2021


With a new month, brings 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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From the very talented Deanne...

I started with Big Polkas Cover Panel in white and then I added the Center Frame Cover Panel blended in Coral ink. I created my own pattern paper by stamping and colouring Have Your Cake flowers and ran it through my die cut machine with the Celebrate It Tag. I adhered that to my card base and added another "celebrate" layer in white.

I added a few "stand alone" flowers and created a little tag with a So Very Lovely sentiment. Lastly to my wedding card, I added a few colour coordinated enamel dots.



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And, from Ali...

 Hello Fetti Fans! Ali here with another Stock Your Stash SYS challenge. We are here to inspire you with a Wedding theme today. I do love to do a classic white and gold color scheme for wedding cards and what could better than a gold tiered cake card? I've used the Have Your Cake Stamp set along with the Stitched Note & Frames Dies, Stitched Burst cover Panel and little tag from the Pencil and Treat Holder Confetti Cut. 




I first created the white background by running a piece of white cardstock through my die cutting machine with the Stitched Burst cover Panel. I then die-cut a gold cardstock frame using the Note & Frame Die and trimmed it a little. I layered & adhered both on a white cardbase.


To make the cake, I stamped the pieces from the Have Your Cake Set on vellum and gold embossed them, adding the patterns the same way after heat setting the stamping of the cake layers. I fussy cut the layers and adhered them as shown, adding the tag stamped with XOXO with some gold and white ribbon.



Hope this card inspires your for your next wedding card creation.  Thanks for stopping by!

Ali xx

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By Jennifer del Muro
on July 31, 2021

Howdy, 'Fetti Family!

Thank you to everyone that played along with this month's STOCK YOUR STASH challenge and congratulations to our winner, Beverly Jordan!

Beverly, please email to claim your gift code!


By Jennifer del Muro
on July 30, 2021
1 comment


Hey 'Fetti Fans, it's Amy T here with a Birthday Card.  I don't tend to design birthday cards and make them as I need them.  This one is going to a special person.

This is going to my former Mother -in-law that turns 95 next month!

The Hummingbird set is gorgeous.  I love the variety of images that are included in the set.  Hummingbirds are my favorite birds and hibiscus are one of my favorite flowers.  

I snuck in a big leaf from the Tropical Leaves set.  The center circle is from the Circle Tag set.

All the images were colored with copics.

That's it for me, have a great weekend!


By Jennifer del Muro
on July 29, 2021

Amy Kolling here with a tropical card using one of the newest stamp sets Tropical Leaves.  

When I saw this set, I knew I had the idea to watercolor these leaves.  After black heat embossing onto Bristol Smooth Watercolor Paper, the leaves were colored with metallic watercolors and die cut.  The leaves were adhered to a Midnight panel of cardstock making these leaves just pop.  

Have a great day
For a sentiment, the two sentiment strips were white heat embossed onto vellum using sentiments from This Says It All.  These sentiment strips were adhered to the frame of the Stitched Note and Frames Confetti Cuts.  The frame was adhered using foam adhesive so that the sentiment strips "float".  A few black gems were added for some subtle sparkle. 

Have a great day2


--Amy ♥


By Jennifer del Muro
on July 28, 2021

I hope you all are enjoying your summer! It's Candice back with you today sharing a wonderful hippo birthday card perfect for those summer birthdays!

I used these Reverse Confetti products for my design:

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

For the background, I trimmed a piece of Bristol Smooth a little smaller than my card front, inked with salty ocean and tumbled glass, and splattered with white paint and gold shimmer using a damp paintbrush.

While that dried, I inked a couple more pieces of Bristol Smooth, one with worn lipstick, and the other with worn lipstick and spun sugar. I cut the letters with the worn lipstick piece and the ombre one with the 'Happy'.

Next, I stamped the tropical leaves, hibiscus, hippo and accessories, colored them with copic markers, and used the coordinating dies listed above. I arranged them all on the card either with glue or foam tape giving lots of dimensions. I finished with the sentiment on a banner and some clear domes and pink jewels!

I hope you are inspired to mix some of the new release from Reverse Confetti with their adorable older sets!

Thank you for stopping by!



By Jennifer del Muro
on July 27, 2021


Hello friends, welcome back! Dee (@dilaynacar) here today sharing this fun and bold floral card that features one of my favorite stamps sets from the July release - Bloom! Let’s get started!

To begin, I cut the base with the Along the Dotted Lines cover panel die then stamped each corner of the panel using the largest floral cluster stamp with black ink. On a separate piece of white cardstock, I stamped and colored the single flower stamp in each color of the rainbow, then die cut and adhered each one with foam squares, trimming off any overhang. As an extra touch, I stamped and heat embossed (in white) a few leaves onto black cardstock and adhered them behind the flowers.

For the center ‘HELLO’, I die cut each letter from the Letter Cuts die set, once in white and once in black, added a gradient of color to the white letters (to match the flowers), then adhered them behind the black letters before arranging the letters in the center of the card with foam squares. I added a heat embossed sub-sentiment from the Lily of the Valley stamp set underneath the sentiment.

To finish, I added a few clear sequins and mounted the panel onto an A2-sized top-folding card base! I hope that you enjoyed learning more about how I created this card and found some inspiration to create your own! Thank you so much for stopping by!



By Jennifer del Muro
on July 23, 2021


Hey, it's Amy Tsuruta sharing a card that is filled with Rainbow Goodness!  I've been gravitating to cards heavy on diecutting and pops of color.

I started with a Premier Polar White A2 panel and ran it in my diecutter with the Big Polkas Cover Panel.  I repeated the process with A2 panels in:

Lime Green
Iced Aqua
Grape Soda

I used the Big Polkas Cover Panel as a stencil and lightly traced the pattern on the A2 Premier Polar White panel in pencil.  I carefully added liquid glue to the circles by row/color.  They remind me of candies.

I struggled with white color to diecut the YOU and then decided to use Midnight with a Premier Polar White outline.  The sentiment is fabulous, isn't it?  It is from the You Coordinates set and has been heat embossed in white on a Midnight strip.  The sentiments have been adhered with foam adhesive.

Happy Friday!


By Jennifer del Muro
on July 22, 2021

 Hi Fetti Fans! Ali joining you again today with some crafty leafy goodness! I've used the lovely Tropical Leaves stamps and dies as well as the Peek-a-boo Cover Panel Confetti Cut to create this earthy toned card. The sentiment is from the Love You Most Stamp Set.

To begin, I die cut a piece of Kraft card with the cover panel. I gently bent the cuts open so that I could place a piece of green cardstock behind it and the colour would peek through. I then adhered this to a Kraft card base.
I stamped the images from the stamp set onto white cardstock with versa mark ink and embossed with gold embossing powder. I then coloured the images with Copic Markers - G19, G14, YG06, YG11 and die cut with corresponding dies.
Next, I stamped the sentiment using versa mark ink and embossed with gold embossing powder. I die cut this with a generic circle die and another slightly larger one from green cardstock. I adhered the leaves to the front panel as shown and the sentiment circle to complete the card. 

Hope you enjoyed this card and see you again here on the blog soon!

Ali xx


By Jennifer del Muro
on July 21, 2021

Hey, y'all! I have a colorful under the sea scene for you today. I just adore the new Oceans of Love stamp set. It is so easy to work with and so fun to create fun ocean scenes. 

I started with some water color card stock and Distress oxide inks to create the colorful background. I used an ink smooshing technique with acetate and a water spritzer. Once the panel was dried, I ran it through my die cut machine with the Peekaboo Cover Panel. I love the stitched marks and the scalloped peekaboo....I think they resemble ripples in the water. 

I used my Copic markers to color up the bits and piece from the Oceans of  Love set and then cut  them out using the coordinating Oceans of Love Confetti Cuts. I used foam dimensionals to pop up each of the images. 

I kep the sentiment simple, and picked one from the same stamp set. I cut it from Premium Polar white cardstock and stamped it in Midnight ink. I trimmed it out an adhered it with more foam dimensionals. 

Thanks for stopping by today. I hope you inspired to create your own ocean scene. It's easy and fun with this adorable set. 
Stampy Hugs, 


By Jennifer del Muro
on July 20, 2021

 Hello there!  I have been loving using my stamps to add designs to Confetti Cuts!  I used the new Bloom stamp set along with the Background Builder stamp.   

I started with stamping the large Bloom stamp and coloring with my Copic markers.   I used the Hope Confetti Cuts to die cut the image out.  And don't throw away the negative piece!  I am saving it for a future project! 

I layered the stamped and die cut HOPE with the large HOPE and sunray die from the Hope Confetti Cuts. Adding some details with a white gel pen.   I stamped a sentiment from Hope Coordinates stamp set.   

I stamped a white card panel with Stone ink using the Background Builder stamp set.   I die cut the panel with the Center Frame Cover Panel. I layered this panel onto a Stone card base!   

Always have hope!   Have a wonderful day! 

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