Hello 'Fetti Fans!  We have a little surprise for you today...a brand new stamp and Confetti Cuts die set release!  Our whole team is posting today and you'll find an abundance of inspiration on their blogs and social media.  Are you ready to see what's now in store?


Coordinating Confetti Cuts
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So, why a special release?  Well, there's a little story (and a lesson for me) here.  These products were actually slated to be part of the November release, but after we received the product, I realized there were a couple of errors made in editing.  There are no misspelled words or anything like that.  On the stamp set there are a couple of dots that don't line up correctly on the bottom left flake. You didn't even notice did you? LOL!  Well, either did I when approving the proofs - oops!  It's definitely not something that you notice, but I have to stand behind each and every product that goes out and I didn't feel quite right about it.  In addition, on the dies a couple of the smaller image cuts are attached to a larger flake.  This doesn't hinder the ability to cut each piece and the set is 100% functional.  So, that being said, we are having a special release.  These will be considered "limited edition" and available ONLY on the Reverse Confetti site because we will not be doing a re-order on them. We're even offering a generous discount on them! 
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The new SNOWFLAKES set really is beautiful and, as you hop you'll see how fun the Confetti Crew had playing with these new goodies.  I love all the colors that they used!
For my project, I went with a more traditional color scheme of navy, gold and white...
To create this card, I started by cutting a piece of our Confetti Colors Navy cardstock with the STITCHED BURSTS Cover Panel from our November release.  From there, I cut the window using the ROUNDED STITCHED WINDOW Confetti Cuts die set.
Each of the snowflakes is stamped on the Navy cardstock and heat embossed in gold.  I layered each with a piece of gold cardstock, too.
Can you tell this is a shaker card?  I used a gold polka dot vellum (in my stash from ages ago) instead of a plain clear acetate.  If you look at the bottom of the window, you can see all the sequins that are in the shaker portion.
The sentiment is stamped in Navy ink and layered with Premier Polar White cardstock and a bit of gold cardstock, too.  As a finishing touch, I added sequins and tiny rhinestones.
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Check out what the Confetti Crew has to share with you today using the new SNOWFLAKE stamps and Confetti Cuts dies...

Reverse Confetti Blog

Amy Kolling

Tricia Barber

Kelly Lunceford

Lisa Henke

Heather Hoffman

Amy Tsuruta

Kathy Schweinfurth

Audrey Tokach

Jeanne Jachna

Deanne Kuntz

Channin Pelletier

Olga Moss

Olga Matyushevskaya 

Ali Farmer

Daniel West