By Reverse Confetti
on December 06, 2019
1 comment
Hello, friends! 
Olga Moss ia here with my new card inspiration for you. 

Making cards in stamping and masking technique is always so interesting way. I love layers and textures in the cards, but sometimes I want to create a simple illustration. And when I saw this angel in the Joyous Holiday stamp set, I certainly wanted to multiply it to get a whole crowd of angels.

So I used masking paper and stamped the bottom row first, then the middle row, and then the top row. In fact, this method is not easy, here you will need patience to cut a lot of angels, but it's worth it! I did the same with the top of the background and stamped the wreaths.

When I covered all my images with a masks I blended the entire background using Buttercup and Tangerine Dye Ink Pads and sprinkled it all with watercolor.

After my panel was done, I removed the masks and colored all the images with Copic markers. I also added three shooting stars to emphasize the magic atmosphere on the card. Next I made the sentiment using Blessed Confetti Cuts. And I added the sentiment to the card. 

Thank you for stopping by today.
 I’ll be back soon with another fun card!


By Reverse Confetti
on December 05, 2019

Hi all! Deanne here sharing my creation with you today.

So for this card I knew I wanted a coffee thank you theme. I pulled out all my Reverse Confetti goodies and got to work! This card was simple enough to pull off as it includes repetitive stamping.

I blended Salsa, Tangerine, and Sunshine inks on five little pieces of Cloud White cardstock.

Next I stamped the coffee cup from the Drink More Coffee set (because I will be giving this to a male boss I wiped off the ink before stamping that forms the coffee foam heart). I used the coordinating Confetti Cuts and adhered the cups on top of each other.

Lastly I added the sentiment using the Thank You Confetti Cuts, which I cut and stacked on top of each other. This was a fun one, I think I need try more, maybe with some different stacked shapes!


By Reverse Confetti
on December 04, 2019
Hi Fetti Friends! It's good to be here with you today! I'm sharing a festive holiday design using one of my favorite recent sets; Joyous Holiday! These little angels have stolen my heart! I've used each of them separately on different cards, but for today, I brought them all together to create an angelic scene!

To begin, I stamped each of the three angels and the three wreaths using black ink. I colored them with Copic markers and then used the Joyous Holiday Confetti Cuts to die cut them. I set them aside and got to work on the background and sentiment.

I used the Diagonal Stitches Cover Panel on a 4 by 5 1/4 inch panel of Piggy Bank Cardstock and then die cut the window portion using theRounded Stitched Window Confetti Cuts. It then used both pieces together to die cut the white frame and then added it to the window cut out using liquid glue.

The entire pink panel is added to a standard A2 top folding card base using foam squares for dimension. I added the three wreaths using foam squares as well. The angels got a dusting of coarse crystal glitter to their wings and dresses for a heavenly sparkle!

I also added a few sparkling clear sequins to the window opening and the middle wreath. The sentiment is heat embossed in white for a nice crisp look and then added to the top left corner.

This was such a fun card to create and I will enjoy sending it out this holiday season! I hope you get a chance to get some holiday crafting done! Thanks for joining me today!


By Reverse Confetti
on December 03, 2019
Hi, Fetti Fans!  It's Kathy and I'm up on the Reverse Confetti blog today with a 'sweet' little project that's easy to create and fun to give!
During the holidays, I'm always looking for quick treat gifts for friends, co-workers, neighbors and others.  This sweet hot cocoa pocket card is very simple to make.  Taking an A2 card base of CLOUD WHITE cardstock (with fold on the left), I made an angle cart on the front then cut a pattern paper from the WINTER WONDERLAND paper pad slightly smaller to layer.  On the inside, I layered a piece of ROYAL PURPLE cardstock.  Then, I adhered the card together at the bottom and right side. 
The adorable bear is from the BIG BEAR stamp set which I copic colored.  I cut ROYAL PURPLE and silver glitter cardstock using the WARM HUGS Confetti Cuts and offset them.  Adding a packet of hot cocoa and a candy cane put the finishing touches to this tasty treat!


By Reverse Confetti
on December 02, 2019
Well hello there beautiful Confetti friends! Can you believe it's December already? I'm taking a break from holiday cards for a walk through the garden today! The colder temperatures have put an end to my flowers so I will have to make some of my own. 
I'm smitten with the Reverse Confetti Peony stamp set. The gorgeous bold bloom is easy to color and then cut with coordinating Confetti Cut dies. 
I colored this beauty with Copic Markers. Instead of blending I colored each petal in solid colors. The striped detail on the leaves is also kept in individual colors to provide more contrast. I love the clean look I achieved.
The background is a striped block background of papers from the Under The Umbrella 6" pad.   I chose this pad for the yellows and greens to coordinate with my blooms. I stamped the Sentimentally Yours greeting directly on the pattern paper inside a wreath I created from the foliage in the set. 
Make your own flower garden and have a beautiful day! Finished Size 4.25 x 5.5" Stamps | Reverse Confetti Peony, Sentimentally Yours Dies | Reverse Confetti Peony Pattern Paper | Reverse Confetti Under the Umbrella 6"
Peony Peony RC Peony CC Peony CC RC Sentimentally Yours Sentimentally Yours RC Under The Umbrella 6 Under The Umbrella 6" RC


By Reverse Confetti
on December 02, 2019
Hello there! Audrey here with a fun card to share with you!  It's been awhile since I pulled out my colored pencils, and I really enjoyed colored this gorgeous bloom from the Peony stamp set, one of my favorites of 2019!

To create my card, I started off by diecutting a piece of Sand cardstock with the Stitched Rays Cover Panel Confetti Cuts.  On top of that, I splattered on some white acrylic paint.  I stamped the Peony bloom and all of the leaves from the set in white pigment ink on Sand cardstock, and colored everything with my Polychromos colored pencils.  They were diecut with the coordinating Peony Confetti Cuts dies.  After I found an arrangement I liked, I adhered some leaves flat, and popped the peony and a few of the leaf edges up with foam tape.

Here For You Always

The sentiment, from the Butterfly Blossoms stamp set, was stamp stamped on a label from the Tall Tag Trio Confetti Cuts die set in clear ink and heat embossed with white embossing powder before I popped it up in the upper right corner of the card.  To finish things off, I added a scattering of clear sequins and adhered the panel to an A2 Sand card base.

Here For You Always

Thank you so much for spending some time with me today!  I hope you're feeling inspired! :)


By Reverse Confetti
on December 01, 2019

Today is the final day of our THANKFUL SALE...

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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 To Win" 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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Hello!  It's Amy Tsuruta and I'm so excited to be sharing my project designed especially for the December Stock Your Stash Challenge!  Here's how I was inspired:
I combined The Best Days and Thank You sets.  The bouquet from The Best Days is gorgeous.  Today I've colored it with alcohol markers.  I finished it off with a white gel pen for the center detailing.  The Thank You set is a must have, great sentiments and I'm always a fan of mixed fonts.
I had the Distress Oxide panel from an earlier project.  I'm glad I saved it because it was the color inspiration for today's card. 
I've been really loving the RC Aqua cardstock these days.  It's such a gorgeous color, isn't it?
Thanks so much for stopping by!  I can't wait to see how you're inspired!
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Link your #SYSChallenge THANK YOU cards here for a chance to win!

You are invited to the Inlinkz link party!

Click here to enter


By Jennifer del Muro
on November 30, 2019
Thank you to everyone that played along with our STOCK YOUR STASH challenge this month.  A new challenge goes up on December 1.  Play along for a chance to win!
Congratulations to our winner...KUNI!
Kuni, please email us at to claim your prize.



By Jennifer del Muro
on November 22, 2019
Greetings 'Fetti Fans!
Before I hand this blog post over to Tricia, I have a couple things to share with you as we dive into the holiday season...
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Hey there!   Hope you are doing well and staying warm and cozy!   It's my turn today on the blog to share with you a project.   I went big again and did a slim line card that measures 8 1/2 x 3 3/4 inches - it will fit in a business size envelope for mailing!     

I combined some of my favorite stamp sets to make a wintery card.   I started by ink blending Lagoon and Iced Aqua inks onto some Premier Polar White cardstock and then stamped the background with snowflakes from the Holiday Gnomes stamp set and white heat embossed them.   

I saw this photo on Instagram and immediately had this card idea pop up in my head.    I used the Triangle Trees with a rainbow of Reverse Confetti Inks and cardstocks to make my trees.  I used Rose, Tangerine, Bumblebee, Lime Green and Royal Purple.   

 I then stamped my snowmen and bunnies using the Cool Friends and Snow Bunnies stamp sets onto Premier Polar White cardstock and colored with my Copic Markers.    I added some details with a white gel pen.    To make my snow bank, I used some more Premier Polar White cardstock and die cut it with the Edge Essentials Confetti Cuts. 

My sentiment is from the Snowflake Magic stamp set and I stamped it with Midnight ink and die cut it with the Snowflake Magic Confetti Cut.   The card panel is actually 8 1/4 by 3 1/2 inches and layered this onto a card base that is 8 1/2 x  3 3/4 inches.  

 I added even more sparkle and shine to the snowmen, the snowballs, heart and pond!   This card is covered in sparkle and shine!   That is it for me today!   I hope you have a wonderful day!  


By Reverse Confetti
on November 21, 2019
Hello, Olga here!
I want to share a card that I made for Therm O Web Collaboration.
I used Holiday Gnomes for it. I stamped the elements of my card using Masking Magic. Then I colored it and toned the background.
I put Glitz glitter gel on the base of my card. Then I cut the stars on the background using All the Stars Confetti Cuts

I glued together the background and the base of my card. I added the snow using  Glitz glitter gel
I cut the title from Warm Hugs Confetti Cuts. Then I added an amazing effect of glimmering gold using Fancy Foil.

I like to use new materials in my cards. It is very exciting.
Have a nice day! - Olga

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