By Chris Mathews
on August 03, 2020
1 comment
Hey, 'Fetti Fans!  Today I'm sharing a fun slimline card to, hopefully, brighten your day!
   For my card, I blended inks to create a background.  I then stamped and colored several images from the Multi-Step Cacti stamp set and then cut them out with the coordinating Multi-Step Cacti Confetti Cuts.  The sweet little pup is from the adorable Corgi Cuties set and coordinating Corgi Cuties Confetti Cuts (say that three times fast)! To finish, I stamped one of the sentiments from the Best Sentiments set onto Salsa cardstock and cut it out with one of the Three Tags Confetti Cuts.


By Reverse Confetti
on August 01, 2020
It's a new month and that means we have a new Stock Your Stash theme. This month we are creating Wedding Cards. 
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 28th 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, Lisa Henke here playing along with the Stock Your Stash challenge for August. I was happy to pull out the Best Sentiments to start this card off. I stamped it in the center with Midnight ink. I then thought some Platinum embossed leaves were a great way to give this card an elegant feel. 
I used the leaves from Stained Glass Butterflies along the bottom edge of the card. You can see the shimmer in this next photo. 
I then stamped and cut out one of the butterflies from the same set, Stained Glass Butterflies. I pulled out a handful of blue copic markers, trying to give it a more authentic stained glass look. I love the idea of this card layout and being able to change up the butterfly colors to match any wedding colors. How fun!
Thanks for stopping by. Have a great day!
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Hello 'Fetti Fans, it's Amy T here with a card that was inspired by this month's Stock Your Stash - Wedding theme.
My overall color palette is Flamingo, Avocado and Stone.  
My base is Stone with the Notes & Frames confetti cuts.  I stamped on an Avocado panel with the Mod Floral Stack in the same ink, Avocado.  I trimmed that panel down so that you could see the stitching on the Stone panel.  I then layered a smaller frame from the same Stone panel.  
I haven't inked up the Peony set in a while and tried some things that I don't generally do.  The large peony bloom was stamped in black on a Stone panel.  I thought it would 'blend' better with my overall design rather than using Premier Polar White.  I colored the image with copics:
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The leaves have been stamped on Avocado with Avocado ink. 
The sentiment is a combo of the Hooray & Cheers Word Duos Confetti Cuts and a sentiment from the Mod Floral Stack. Since the Peony, leaves and sentiments are on dimensionals, the 'h' in the hooray has liquid adhesive and the 'y' is on black dimensionals.
Thanks so much for stopping by today!
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By Reverse Confetti
on July 31, 2020
Thank you to everyone that played along in our STOCK YOUR STASH challenge for the month of July!  Congrats to our winner...


Yvenn had several entries and we loved all of them!
Yvenn, please email us at to claim your prize!


By Reverse Confetti
on July 31, 2020
Hello Fetti Fans! Ali here and I hope you are well. I'm a fan of dot art - especially the mandala dot rock style - watching it being created is mesmerising and the results so pretty! That was my inspiration for this card - the butterfly in the Stained Glass Butterflies is so pretty and the sentiments from This Says It All were perfect for "dotting".

The background was created by using the Double Stitch Window Cover Panel Confetti Cut and the Stitched Rays Cover Panel Confetti Cut - the stitching perfectly complements the dotted features of the butterfly.
I attached the frame with 3D foam to the stitched ray piece and adhered to the front of a white card base. The butterfly was stamped in Momento Tuxedo Balck Ink and colored with Copics BG45, BG05, BG11.
I added the dots with a White Posca marker (0.7mm). I stamped the sentiment on black card with versafine ink and white embossed it. Again, I added dots with the Posca Pen.
I adhered the butterfly and sentiment with 3D foam. 
Hope you liked the simplicity and detail of this card. Thanks for stopping by!
Ali xx


By Reverse Confetti
on July 30, 2020
Hi friends! I hope you're doing well! I've noticed as more of us are trying to get back to "normal", that elective medical procedures are back. My uncle just had a pace maker put in and a neighbor had a knee replacement. And me? I can't believe I'm saying this but I am so grateful to be visiting my dentist again! 
I'm hoping that you're getting your quality of life back too, whether it's a dental appointment or just a little pampering at the salon! I know I could sure use a trim! LOL! 
I knew I wanted to make with the Cured stamp set and coordinating dies and was in search of the perfect background when my eyes lighted on the Center Circle Panel! I slipped a piece of scrap paper behind the die cut openings to protect the frame from getting inky as I applied the distress oxide ink in the center panel to create the scene background. A cosmetic brush makes your ink blending simple and clean.
I curved the sentiment stamp on an acrylic block to stamp it along the edge of the circle shaped center panel. I inked the little piggies with Copic markers. I adhered some of the images flat to the background while others are adhered with adhesive foam tape to add dimension. 
I hope you're staying healthy and this fun card brings a smile to your face! Finished Size 4.25 x 5.5" Stamps | Reverse Confetti Cured Dies | Reverse Confetti Cured, Center Circle Panel


By Reverse Confetti
on July 29, 2020
1 comment

Hi all!  Deanne here sharing some puppy beach love!! I love all animals but my heart is with small the dogs.

Now I told you before that Corgi Cuties is one of my favourite sets and it still is!!!!

I started my slimline background beach scene by inking blue fluffy clouds with one of my homemade stencils. I ink blended some neutrals for the sand. I then grabbed my white gel ink pen and dotted everywhere.

I then went through my Reverse Confetti stash and looked for beachy elements - I pulled out Hippo Pool Party and Let's Shellebrate. Each element got coloured and adhered to my beach background.

Next I coloured my Corgi Cuties and adhered them with foam squares - I always add a lot of foam adhesive to my cards - I LOVE dimension!

Lastly I added a sun from Over the Rainbow, a sentiment from Corgi Cuties and lots of enamel dots. Now I wonder where the Corgis' next adventure will be?!?


By Reverse Confetti
on July 28, 2020
1 comment
Hello Fetti friends. It's Lisa Henke sharing a trio of cards today using the adorably sweet set, Rain or Shine. I really enjoy the process of creating similar cards with similar products. Notice, I didn't say SAME cards. I start by stamping the images I want to use and color up and then decide on card design from there. 

I knew I wanted to color up the rainbow image in this neutral color combo. I have recently purchased a t-shirt with a similar rainbow on it and that was my inspiration. I then used the same color Copics to color up the other images from Rain or Shine. I used the coordinating Rain or Shine Confetti Cuts to cut them each out so they would be ready to go once I had the card fronts assembled. 

I also decided I wanted to use the This Says it All sentiment set on all three cards. I have been using this set on repeat since the release and I had to force myself not to color in those outline letters. lol. I love the look of the words stamped just in Midnight ink. For this rainbow card I decided to use the Cross Tiles Cover Panel as a stencil and blended on a combo of Bellini and Stone ink for create a customized color for my background. I added a few of the clouds I had on my desk from the Cloudy Day Cover Panel to each end of the rainbow. 

For my next card I just blended on Bellini ink in the background. I tucked in a few more of those Cloudy Day clouds and then popped up the Rain or Shine heart. I picked a different sentiment from This Says it All and added it below the heart. I framed the small card up with my favorite Scallop Squares

My last card just warms my heart. I am sending it off to my bestie as she is embarking on some hard life changes. I just love those sweet lil' bunnies hugging and supporting each other. Again, I used the Cross Tiles Cover Panel as a stencil, but this time I only blended on Bellini ink.

I used my Copics to add some ground and grass and tucked in a few little sweet mushrooms from the Snail Mail set. 

Thanks for stopping by. Have a great day! I send you Hugs and Smiles. 


By Reverse Confetti
on July 27, 2020
1 comment

Hey there!  Tricia here with you today to share this card I made using some of the July release products.   I created this card using the Background Builder stamp, Snail Mail and This Says It All stamp set.   

I started by stamping my background with the Background Builder Stamp set using Reverse Confetti Inks in: Rose, Piggy Bank, Coral and Flamingo.  I alternated the inks using the long plaid stamp.   My MISTI came in real handy.   I shifted my card stock up a little less than 2 squares on the MISTI pad to stamp the next line.  I trimmed the panel down to 4 inches by 5 1/4 inches.  

I stamped 4 of the large envelope stamp from the Snail Mail stamp set and colored the stamped area with my Copic inks.   I added a little clear glitter to the hearts.  I used the Snail Mail Confetti Cuts to die cut each of them out. 

I stamped a sentiment from This Says It All stamp set onto a 1 1/4 inch by 5 1/4 inch piece of white cardstock.   I added a thin strip of black cardstock to the right hand side.   I then popped this piece up on the stamped panel with foam tape.   I then added the 4 stamped images with foam tape.  It was really easy to place them since I used the plaid grid lines to place them on the card.   

I then added this to a regular A2 white card base.   I loved the look of the inks on the background, it looks like it is distressed.   I also love the bright pinks and reds against the black and white.   I hope that I have given you a little inspiration.   

I hope you have a crafty day!  


By Reverse Confetti
on July 24, 2020
1 comment
Hi there, fetty fans! This is Olga Moss and I have some inspiration for you today. And it’s all about love! 

My today’s card feature Flowers for a Friend stamp set with All the Love set. 

I started by stamping this cute lil' critters and two flower pots, coloured them with Copic markers. Then I die cut them using Flowers for a Friend Confetti Cuts.

Next, I worked on the background. I immediately prepared two bases for the card. First base I ink blending with Rose and Wine Dye Inks only on the edges. And I sprinkled some watercolors on it. Then I die cut rows of stitched scalloped lines using Stitched Scallops Cover Panel Confetti Cuts.
When the top layer of the background was ready, I stamped the word Love on two bases at the top and bottom at the same distance. It so happens that the upper layer duplicates the lower one. Then I die cut the words using All the Love Confetti Cuts only from the top layer. So I got a great base for the shaker.

 After I combined these two bases and made a shaker, I added my images onto the background with foam tape. 

I stamped the sentiment from the So Very Lovely stamp set with Versamark ink and heat embossed in white. I added the sentiment to the card with foam tape, and that completes the card!  


By Reverse Confetti
on July 24, 2020
1 comment
I am here to share a bit of inspiration using one of the newest sets:  Multi-Step Cacti.  I have seen cacti used with so many themes.  Nurseries being one of them.  I took that and went with a soft color palette!

The background was done by ink blending Spun Sugar Distress Ink over a panel of white cardstock and then running it through the die cut machine using the Pointed Cover Panel Confetti Cuts.  This gives a perfect light backdrop.  The cacti were stamped in Reverse Confetti Lime Green and Olive Premium Dye Inks.  The cacti were arranged with foam adhesive over a light gray sentiment strip stamped with 'Hugs and Smiles' from This Says It All stamped in Piggy Bank Reverse Confetti Premium Dye Ink.  To finish, a few gems were added.

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