By Reverse Confetti
on October 14, 2019

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By Reverse Confetti
on October 11, 2019

Hello 'Fetti Fans, it's Amy Tsuruta here sharing a couple super clean and crisp [postal friendly] designs.  I was inspired by my computer's wallpaper.  I'm a huge fan of changing it monthly and stumbled on a site that I've been enjoying.  THIS is the one that inspired today's project.

Let me start by saying that I have a real challenge in designing postal friendly designs for the holidays.  This year I'm trying to be a bit better with it.  In previous years, some of my cards have been flagged as packages rather than letters.

This is my idea of mass production, more than one card is mass production for me.  This design could be easily reproduced and with just a small switch up of colors, can be super eye catching.  If you've been following me for any length of time, you know that my favorite color is green.  I love it teamed up with pink so today's palette is:

Piggy Bank   |   Avocado   |   Stone

Both cards have a Stone A2 card base.  The center panel uses the Diagonal Stitches Cover Panel that has been trimmed down a bit.

I love the Fa La La Circle Confetti Cuts.  It's such a fun design.  I decided to just cut the sentiment and not the larger circle that accompanies it.

Something that doesn't generally happen to me these days is a card that has no coloring or stamping.  This design is purely slicing and die cutting.

Have you started your holiday cards yet?  My goal is to send out my fall | Halloween card by the weekend and then start organizing my holiday stash.  Last year I didn't send out any card so I have more to work with this year.


By Reverse Confetti
on October 10, 2019
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Hello Fetti Fans! Ali here and welcome to the Reverse Confetti blog once again! I'm making an early start on my Christmas cards (for once!) and have used the oh-so-cute Joyous Holiday Stamp set for today's card, along with the All The Stars Confetti Cuts.
This card was delightfully quick and simple to make. I began by using Distress Oxide Inks (Squeezed Lemonade, Spun Sugar and Worn Lipstick) to create the soft background. I then used the All The Stars Confetti Cuts to die cut the background. I adhered silver glitter paper behind this to make shining stars.
I stamped, die cut and coloured the Angel with Copics and added little dot details with my white gel pen. I coloured her halo and horn with a gold gel pen. I stamped the sentiment with versamark ink on black cardstock and white embossed it. I adhered this strip and the fairy to the front of the background piece and trimmed to fit on the front of a white cardbase.
Hope you enjoyed the card and this adorable set!

Ali xx


By Reverse Confetti
on October 09, 2019
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Good morning! Heather here this morning with a new edition of Wednesday in the Works! Today I'm sharing a pair of floral cards featuring warm and cozy fall colors. These come together easily thanks to some beautiful Reverse Confetti pattern paper and dye inks, and paired up with a lovely floral stamp set and a gorgeous sentiment stamp set!

Here is the video sharing how this card came together:

I used the beautiful Peony stamp set and Coordinating Confetti Cuts from last month's release, and paired them up with some 6x6 pattern paper from a couple of older releases - Every Little Bit and Winter Solstice. I used some RC Dye inks to blend around the edges of the die cut pieces - Rust, Olive, and Bumblebee.

Card bases were created with Sand cardstock, and after a bit of white paint splatter, added sentiments from the newly release Sentimentally Yours stamp set with Midnight Dye ink, and mounted the flowers and greenery with foam adhesive to finish off!

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


By Jennifer del Muro
on October 08, 2019

Hello and welcome to our monthly creative hop! 

It's finally feeling like fall has arrived here - just in time for a little Halloween creating!  As you may know, Halloween is my favorite holiday to create for.  Yes, Christmas is awesome, too, but I just really love creating for Halloween!  So, in the spooky spirit of Halloween, I create this fun little treat holder using our PIERCED ROUND TOP LAYERS Confetti Cuts as the panels...
The panels are cut from our MIDNIGHT cardstock.  I cut a window out using one of the smaller panels and then layered a piece of patterned paper from the newest 6x6 paper pad - THIS & THAT.
Are you thinking "but where's the stamping?"  I actually had sat down with a very coloring-full idea in mind and then I got to going on this and before I knew it, I had a finished project and had not brought out a single stamp.  I thought about added some stamped detail, but I really do like the way that it is now so I went ahead and left it.
Side view...
I scored about 1/4" in from the bottom of the panel and attached them together to create the "pouch."  It is kept together on the top with ribbon and tulle through punched holes.
The TRICK OR TREAT sentiment is cut from LIME GREEN cardstock and mounted on the pierced circle from the FLOWERS FOR MOM Confetti Cuts die set.
Behind the sentiment circle are strips of cardstock cut from TANGERINE, GRAPE SODA and ROYAL PURPLE.  I finished it off with the lime colored matte sprinkles (love those - from Doodlebug).  This fit 2 snack size Skittles inside, but could be adjusted if you had a larger candy.
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Ok, it's time for me to send you on your way to see what the Confetti Crew has to share with you today. 


By Reverse Confetti
on October 07, 2019
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I'm so excited to be here today sharing a fun and festive Christmas project with you! I love having all kinds of different gift giving options on hand during the holidays. With 4 of my 5 kids in school and a family that is heavily involved in our community and church, it's always nice to have gifts like this to give to teachers, staff, friends, etc. 

I didn't actually have a clear vision of how this project would turn out, but I did know that I wanted to use the fabulous new Joys of the Season stamp set. I started by stamping quite a few images and then got to work coloring them with Copic markers. Once that was done, I used the coordinating Joys of the Season Confetti Cuts to die cut everything. I used a 2 way glue pen and some coarse glitter to sprinkle over portions of the die cuts! I set them aside and got to work on the pockets.

I used the Scalloped Bag and Tags Creator Confetti Cuts to die cut the front and the back pieces of these pockets. I used the new This & That 6 by 6 Paper Pad in all of the Christmas-y patterns that I had 2 sheets of! LOL! I added a strip of coordinating paper to the bottom of each panel, but just on the front. I made sure I only used adhesive on the top and I didn't have it go all the way to the edge so it wouldn't gum up my sewing machine needle. I stitched around the perimeter using white thread. If you don't sew or don't have access to a machine, you could simply use adhesive on bottom and the two sides.

I was so thrilled to remember to use this fabulous Fold Over Tag Confetti Cuts for the front. It is perfect for this project because it's a gift, a tag, and a card all in one! I love the idea that I can just leave this on a desk or doorstep and it has a place for me to not only say who it is to and from,but also to leave a salutation for the season!

I added the tags to the front of the sewn paper pockets using foam squares and then embellished the tags using the die cut stamped images. The focal image tags have a length of ribbon threaded through and then I tied a bow of twine with the tags that are included in the Scallop Bag and Tags Creator Confetti Cuts (linked above). I stamped the sentiments using the Christmas Circles stamp set and added them to the circle tags using foam squares as well.
I tucked a candy cane in the pocket for photography purposes, but it can hold so much more! I'm thinking some candy, a gift card, maybe a small hand lotion or lip gloss, etc. Because they are sewn, they can easily hold quite an assortment of gifts.

I ended up making 4 of these pockets and I can't wait to put them to use this upcoming holiday season! You could also try these in autumn colors as well for a Halloween or Thanksgiving treat! These would also be awesome to hold silverware for a place setting during the holidays! Thanks for stopping by today!


By Reverse Confetti
on October 04, 2019
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Hello 'Fetti Fans!   It's Tricia here to share a holiday card using some of the new products from the September release!  I absolutely love this time of year!   I am so ready to make Holiday cards!  I was inspired to make this card from some Vintage Holiday postcards that I have pinned, here is the link to vintage card that inspired me.  I just loved the candy cane with the greenery around it.   

I stamped the images from Joys of the Season onto Premier Polar White cardstock and then colored with my Copic markers.  I love to use this cardstock to color with my Copic's, they blend so beautifully on it.    For the greenery, I stamped the the images with Lime Green and Avocado inks.   I die cut the images out with the Joys of the Seasons Confetti Cuts

For the card panel, I used Cloud White cardstock and die cut it with the Triangles Cover Panel and then mounted it onto a Cloud White card base.   I love the tone on tone look and the Triangles Cover Panel creates a lot of dimension with the pierced triangles and cut outs!   

I layered all of the stamped and colored images into the center of the card.   I splattered the card with some white paint to mimic snow.   I added some Christmas Red Stickles to the berries on the candy canes for some sparkle.  I could not figure out a great place for the sentiment on the front, I did not want to cover up the stamped images so I stamped a sentiment from Joys of the Season on the inside of the card.  

I just love the pops of red and green against the Cloud White background!!   
Thanks for stopping by today!    


By Reverse Confetti
on October 03, 2019
Hello! Olga with you today. I made blue card with Peony. I stamped all elemments of it stamps set and colored it with alcoholic markers. Then I applied Peony Confetti Cuts to it.

I blended the cardstock in light green color. I used Sun&Sea Paper Pad to apply Split Circles Cover Panel to it. 
My background is ready and I started creating the title. I used Sentimental Sayings and hot embossing for it.  

Then I put together all details of the card. I decorated it with sequins to finish.

Have a nice day!


By Reverse Confetti
on October 02, 2019
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Hello-hello friends! 
I hope you are having a wonderful day!
 I am excited to show you my new Halloween gift bags that I've made for my children. 

To start I cut 2 of the large, pinked edge, panel from the Bag & Tags Creator set and glued them together with an additional pieces of cardstock. Then I added a few pieces of patterned paper from the This & That 6x6 Paper Pad. 

Next I die cut two panels from Rounded Stitched Window set and ink blended them using TangerinePistachio,  and Navy Dye Ink Pads - for the blue bag and only Tangerine Dye Ink Pad - for the grey bag. To add more texture I splattered backgrounds with white gouache.

And I stamped two spooky gnomes and a  few creepy images from the new Halloween Gnomes stamp set and the Frightening Friends set in Memento Tuxedo Black

The Copic colouring is quick and easy way to decorate our images. Finally I placed them onto the rounded windows and to the bags.

white heat embossed the sentiments from the set on a Midnight paper. 

And to decorate my bags I added the scripted words "trick or treat" from the Trick or Treat Confetti Cuts with black cord on the top of the each bag. 

When my children saw these bags, they were delighted. Now they are waiting for the holiday when they can open them. Haha

Treak or treat?
Olga Moss


By Reverse Confetti
on October 01, 2019
Hello October!  Here's this month's STOCK YOUR STASH challenge...
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. 
Hello there!  Audrey here with a friendship card to share with you for our October Stock Your Stash Challenge!  Holy Moly, how is it even October already?!  The friendship theme is perfect for me as I have lots of family and friends back home that I like to send cards to, just because.
To create my card, I started off with an A2 card base cut from Polar White cardstock.  I used Magenta ink and an ink blending brush to add a subtle dusting of pink ink to the bottom right corner of the card base before adding the Large Diamond Cover Panel Confetti Cuts, cut from Polar White cardstock.  The addition of color to the bottom corner draws the eye down to the sentiment.  I stamped and colored the gorgeous butterfly from the Butterfly Blossoms stamp set, and diecut it with the coordinating Butterfly Blossoms Confetti Cuts dies.  I popped it up with foam tape on the ink blended area of the card front.
RC SYS October Challenge - Friendship
For my sentiment, I pulled out the So Many Sentiments stamp set.  I stamped one of the sentiments in Midnight ink onto a piece of Polar White cardstock and trimmed it with my paper trimmer.  Then, I popped it up tucked slightly underneath the butterfly's wing, and finished off my card with some white gel pen accents.
RC SYS October Challenge - Friendship
That's all for me today!  Be sure to play along for your chance to win a Reverse Confetti gift certificate!!  Thanks so much for stopping by! :)

Today I (Deanne) am sharing my creative version of October's Stock Your Stash. This month our theme is Thanksgiving and Friendship.
One of my favourite techniques, when I can't seem to come up with a new layout, is by creating a wreath card.

I started by blending Rust, Brick, and Tangerine Reverse Confetti inks on Cloud White cardstock. I also splatted the inks with more ink and watered down acrylic white paint. I used the leaf die from Bold Blooms Confetti Cuts.

For the Stitched Note & Frames insert I blended Tangerine ink and stamped two sentiments in Midnight ink from Sentimentally Yours which I merged together.

Lastly I arranged my leaf foliage in a wreath-like formation and added some gold sparkle embellishment.

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