By Reverse Confetti
on March 31, 2020
Amy Kolling here with a card that is sure to put you in the SPRING mood.  We've had some pretty windy days lately so I knew I wanted to use the bunny flying a kite from the Spring Bunnies set.

Somebunny Special 

I created a layered clean and simple card using some of the amazing tag Confetti Cuts from Reverse Confetti.  I started with the Scallop Window Tag out of Piggybank Cardstock and the Grid Stitched Tag (trimmed it down) out of white cardstock.  The layered tag was adhered over a background die cut using the Stitched Burst Cover Panel.  A sentiment strip banner and green strip banner (using Sweet Stripes 6x6 paper pad) were adhered to ground my bunny.  I added my Copic colored bunny with foam adhesive and added a black twine bow.

Somebunny Special2 



By Reverse Confetti
on March 30, 2020
1 comment
Hi friends! I hope you are having a great day. Many of us are spending more time indoors. My craft space is my happy place for a sweet escape. I can walk through a flower garden or build sand castles on the beach. Today I'm flying a kite playing with the Reverse Confetti Spring Bunnies stamp set with coordinating dies. With this set you can catch butterflies, gather Easter eggs and play with little hatching chicks too! 
This card starts with a Split Circles Cover Panel layered over a distress inked panel.
The Stitched Note and Frames triple stitch frame makes the perfect place to set a scene or create a focal point on the card. 
The sentiment is stamped on a banner from Flowers For Mom. There are several sentiments in the set to choose from and they're all sure to make you smile! 
Are you smiling? Ok Mission Accomplished! Have a great day! Finished Size 4.25 x 5.5"


By Reverse Confetti
on March 27, 2020
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Hello friends! Olga Moss is here. Today I want to show you my new Easter card. I love this holiday very much, it makes me tremble and feel the full arrival of spring.

I used images from the new cute Spring Bunnies stamp set for this card. The images were stamped in a black hybrid ink, colored with copic markers, and die cut out with the Spring Bunnies Confetti Cuts.

Then I created an ink blended background. And I die cut the hills and the rainbow using Over The Rainbow Confetti Cuts from different cardstock colours and assembled the rainbow, trimmed it to size and added foam tape behind it. The clouds from the same die set were die cut from white cardstock and also backed with different amounts of foam tape for some crazy dimension and applied.

Next I added all the images to the card with foam tape and stamped the sentiment. 
Hope you'll like my card. 


By Reverse Confetti
on March 26, 2020

Hey there 'Fetti Fans!  It's Amy T here sharing a card that I made by casing my last Reverse Confetti Inspiration Station project.  Did you know that there is a weekly newsletter that you can sign up for?  There are exclusive features and tons of fantastic inspiration.  Scroll down to the bottom of this page and the subscription box will be in the lower left hand corner.

I tend to gravitate towards more of a 'cute designs'.  I love all of the Dawn Machell images.  I needed to make a card for someone that isn't the cutesy type so I decided to feature the gorgeous Elegant Florals:

What do you think of my color combo?  It's Stone and RC Aqua.  I'm a bit smitten with it.  I did some stencil work with the Lotsa Dots Stencil and coordinating Stone ink.

The Lacy Scallop Frame encases the floral nicely.  The sentiment is from Circle Wishes, stamped in RC Aqua on a Stone cardstock panel.  I used the Circles 'n Scallops Confetti Cuts to cut out the sentiment.

That's it for me!  Thanks so much for stoppin' by!


By Reverse Confetti
on March 25, 2020


Under directive of local law, we are being placed on lockdown as of Wednesday at 11:59pm.  Because I am a home based business, I will continue to ship to the best of my ability.  All of our product is completely closed off and away from household occupant. 
Large packages that require boxes to be shipped may be delayed; however, USPS First Class and Priority Mail will continue to ship.  Since I am the only one that will be in the office at this time, please be patient as I navigate this.  Your support and patience is greatly appreciated.
Kindest Regards- Jen
. . . . .
Here is the video for this week showing how easy this card is to create!

I used a bright rainbow of Reverse Confetti Cardstock - the colors I used from top to bottom are: Flamingo, Piggy Bank, Salsa, Tangerine, Sunshine, Buttercup, Avocado, Lime Green, RC Aqua, Iced Aqua, Navy, Baby Blue, Royal Purple, and Grape Soda.

I die cut them from the two sizes of center stitched hearts from XOXO Hearts Confetti Cuts, then adhered them together and onto my Premier Polar White slimline cardbase with liquid glue just in the centers, allowing the sides to pop up.

Finished off with a sentiment from Word Up Stamp Set, heat embossed in white on a thin strip of Midnight cardstock, and trimmed into a banner shape.
Thanks so much for stopping by today - have a wonderful day!!!


By Reverse Confetti
on March 23, 2020
Hey, 'Fetti Fans!  We're certainly living in a changed world.  The one thing that hasn't changed is that there are people special to us who we love and care about!  This is the perfect time to remember those people and tell them how much they mean to you.
 For my card, I cut Iced Aqua cardstock with the new Double Stitch Window Cover Panel and adhered to a Premier Polar White cardstock base.  I used the Butterfly Wreath stamps and dies and placed the image over the opening.  This darling little bunny ready to catch a butterfly is from the new Spring Bunnies stamps and dies.
To finish, I gold embossed the sentiment from the Spring Bunnies set onto Midnight cardstock and added the die cut butterfly from the set to the top, left.
Be healthy and safe, friends!  YOU are sombunny special!!


By Reverse Confetti
on March 20, 2020
1 comment
 Hello lovely cardmakers and Fetti Fans! Ali here with a card to spread a little kindness message at this strange time for all of us. For those who are having to stay indoors and home-school children - sending you all the strength, love & kindness from here in Australia! This is the Chalk It Up Stamp and Die Set along with some sentiments from Cheerful Pals, Choose Joy and Sentimental Sayings. The frame is from the Stitched Note and Frames Confetti Cuts.
I tapped a anti-static tool over the black cardbase and attached the frame (which I trimmed and snipped at the corners to give the impression of a blackboard frame). I stamped the sentiments and images in versamark ink and white embossed them. I didn't clean away the anti-static dust as usual - leaving it on gives that 'chalkboard' appearance.
I coloured the images and used a Emboss pen to write the XOXO detail and white embossed it too.
Continue to practice kindness where you can, keep calm and craft.

Ali xx


By Reverse Confetti
on March 19, 2020
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Hi all! I hope this post finds you happy and healthy! Today is my (Deanne) day to share a project.

I started with the new Double Stitch Window Cover Panel (which is one of my new favourites!) This panel makes the perfect card!! I paired it with this pretty peach Darling Dots paper.

Next I placed a Stitched Rays Cover Panel in Cloud White cardstock behind the pattern peach paper.

I coloured the pretty bouquet from The Best Days with watercolour markers and adhered with dimension form.

Lastly I added a complimentary sentiment also from The Best Days (isn't that font gorgeous??!!).


By Jennifer del Muro
on March 18, 2020
1 comment
Good morning! Heather here this morning with a new edition of Wednesday in the Works! This week I'm sharing two different ways to get a letterboard style look on your cards to pair up with large word dies - in this case, I'm using the Happy Easter Confetti Cut!

Here is this week's video sharing my process:

For this first style, I used a scoreboard to add the lines to my panel of Sunshine cardstock.

Both cards use one of the frames from All Framed Up - a super versatile Confetti Cut, since you can get several frames from one pass of your die cut machine.

This second version uses 1/2 inch strips of the same color cardstock, adhered onto a white cardbase.

This one uses the largest frame from the same Confetti Cut - both of these were die cut from Stormy cardstock.

As a finishing touch, I added a stamped sentiment to the inside of these cards from the newly released Perfect Timing stamp set and coordinating Stormy Dye Ink.

Which style is your favorite? And what color combo would you love to try this technique with? Would love to see your take on it as well!

Thanks so much for stopping by today - have a wonderful day!!!


By Reverse Confetti
on March 17, 2020
Hey hey, Fetti fans. It's Lisa Henke here and I have a rainbow of goodness to share. I have been seeing lots of cards with cardstock strips as the background. In lots of different colors and sizes and directions. My friend Erica inspired me and encouraged me, so I got busy with a rainbow palette in RC colors. I cut two different sized strips, 1 inch and the other in .5 inch with Rose, Sunshine, Lime Green, RC Aqua, and Grape Soda card stock.  

I chose to add the wider stripes, the 1 inch pieces in a horizontal direction on a 4.25 c 5.5 card base. I colored up a handful of the sweet critters from Spring Bunnies. I used the matching Spring Bunnies Confetti Cuts to cut each of the images out. 

 I used one of the sweet bunnies colored with copics and added it to the Happy Easter Confetti Cuts in Iced Aqua card stock. I tied on a b&w bakers twine bow to finish off the card. 

My second card uses the smaller strips and in a vertical direction. Same colors and same stamp set. I used cluster of images and added them to a hand cut strip of Lime Green grass. 

I stamped  a sentiment from Spring Bunnies onto Midnight card stock and heat embossed it in white. I finished this card off with the b&w bakers twine also and tucked in some clear sequins. 

I love how these backgrounds turned out. It was quick and easy and I can see myself trying this with other colors for lots of occasions. Have a great day! 

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