Howdy, ‘Fetti Fans and Happy Sunday!

It’s the second day of the COUNTDOWN TO CONFETTI and we are sharing 2 more stamp sets and Confetti Cuts dies along with the new Confetti Colors cardstock and ink and the new Warm Heart 6×6 paper pad.

Here’s the sneak peek schedule again…


Yes, we are releasing on election day!  #voteRC  *wink*

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Don’t forget to leave a comment here and on each sneak peek post this week for a chance to win!

In addition to having a chance to win just by leaving a comment on the sneak peek posts, we are also running a Facebook promotion.  After you are done checking out the sneak peeks, head on over to OUR FACEBOOK PAGE and look for this graphic pinned to the top of our feed.


A randomly chosen to win a $15 gift certificate to the Reverse Confetti store.  Winners for both the blog comments and Facebook comments will be announced here on the Reverse Confetti blog as well as on Facebook.

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The first set that we are introducing today is a fun “spirited” set…



And, the coordinating Confetti Cuts…


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My first project today features the CLINK stamps and Confetti Cuts dies along with TALL TAG TRIO that I introduced yesterday…


The stitched/scalloped tag is cut from black cardstock and then I stamped “Save Water, Drink Wine” with white pigment ink.  I added the cheers die cut in gold matted with CLOUD WHITE.

I tied attached it to the mini wine bottle using Charcoal TWINE and black Midori ribbon…


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My next project is a wine themed birthday card that I used more gold “cheers” cuts.  I love the way this one came out…


The background is watercolored with a deep red and then I added the 3 gold “cheers” along with the “Aged to Perfection” stamped sentiment.  The wine glass is cut from vellum and I added the wine below the glass…


Gold sequins made the perfect finishing touch…


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We have another set along with more Confetti Cuts dies to introduce today!

First, let me introduce you to the two new Cover Panels joining the Reverse Confetti family…





These Cover Panels are so much fun to play with and add the perfect detail to your cards!

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The next stamp set I get to introduce today is one that I will have on my desk for a long time to come.  I find that “thank you” cards are the ones that I make the most of as there is always something to be thankful for…a kind gesture from a neighbor, a friend being there or a teacher going above and beyond.



And, the coordinating Confetti Cuts…


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My first card today uses the LARGE EYELET COVER PANEL Confetti Cuts die and the new WHOLE LOTTA THANKS stamps and Confetti Cuts…


The LARGE EYELET COVER PANEL Confetti Cuts is cut from STONE cardstock and then popped up over the white card base.

The focal panel is the “thanks” frame from the WHOLE LOTTA THANKS stamp set (cut with the coordinating Confetti Cuts die set).  I stamped the words in the new NAVY Confetti Colors ink and the dotted line in RC AQUA Confetti Colors ink.


The flowers and leaves are a fun mix of LIME GREEN, RC AQUA, MIST and NAVY ink and cardstock.  The strips of cardstock behind the main image panel are the new MIST and NAVY Confetti Colors cardstock.

The NAVY panel behind the thanks and flowers is stamped in NAVY with the SO STRIPEY stamp set (seriously, I love this set…and it shows!).


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Instead of using the LINKED CIRCLES COVER PANEL Confetti Cuts die in its full size, I cut it down, layered it with the diagonal stripes paper from the WARM HEART 6×6 paper pad and added the stamped and cut image from WHOLE LOTTA THANKS on this card set…


These were simple to make and are great to have on hand!

Do you love how the patterned paper looks under this die cut?  I sure do!


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Check out what the Confetti Crew created with these new goodies!


Amy Kolling

Heather Pulvirenti

Diane Jaquay

Lisa Henke

Amy Rohl

Melissa Phillips

Amy Tsuruta

Audrey Tokach

Amy Sheffer

Leigh Penner

Jeanne Jachna

Laurie Schmidlin

Susan Liles

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