By Jennifer del Muro
on April 27, 2022

Hello!  Tricia here with you today sharing some very happy mail.  I used the Big Sun Confetti Cut and the Postal Cover Panel paired with the Snail Mail stamp set.   I pulled out my watercolors to color my images up today and have not used these in a while. I stamped them out onto watercolor paper and heat embossed the images, this makes it super easy to color with watercolors.  I die cut the images out with the Snail Mail Confetti Cuts. 

I die cut the Big Sun from bright yellow cardstock and decided to set it off center on the panel and make a shaker with it.  I added a large circle behind the sun and created a mini shaker.  I die cut a white and aqua cardstock panel with the Postal Cover Panel. 

I stamped the aqua die cut with the Dot to Dot stamp set and then stamped my sentiment. I trimmed down the aqua cardstock panel and added to the white panel with foam tape. I added my images with foam tape and then added some clear sparkle jewels and crystal stickles to the card panel.   I watercolored the Snail Mail images with my Zig Clean color markers.  

I hope you have a wonderful day! 



By Jennifer del Muro
on April 26, 2022

Hi fetti fans! I'm back with another rainbow card using the lovely lovely Poppies stamp set that is finally back in stock! Make sure you check out the video at the bottom of this blog post as well for more information and for a matching envelope design!

As I said, for this card I'm using thea href=" https://reverseconfetti.com/products/poppies?_pos=1&_sid=419e062fd&_ss=r">Poppies stamp set and the Coordinating dies. I die cut the image first out of watercolor cardstock and kept one of the negative spaces to use as a jig in my Misti. I can put that in the corner of my Misti, line up the stamp in that negative space, inlay the diecuts there and it will stamp perfectly every time. This is super handy if you want to diecut a stamped image multiple times because it saves you from lining up the die 6 times

I colored the die cuts with some watercolor powders from Lindy's Gang. I sprinkled the powder directly onto the poppies and spritzed them with water. I just used a paint brush to move the color around if it wasn't filling the poppies properly, but it was a very no-fuss coloring job.

I then stacked the All Lined Up cover panel three times together for added dimension, glued the poppies on there in an arch in rainbow order of course and added the You confetti cuts as well as a black sentiment strip using one of the beautiful sentiments from the Poppies stamp set

Make sure you check out the video right here for more information, tips and tricks, and a fun matching envelope design!


By Jennifer del Muro
on April 25, 2022
Hi, RC friends! It's Andrea with you sharing a fun, springtime card combining the Cup of Friendship and Love Bugs stamp sets. Bee Hello card by Andrea Shell | Cup of Friendship stamp by Reverse Confetti My idea for this card was to create a window box filled with flowers and have a cute bee hovering above it. To do this I paired a floral image from Cup of Friendship with one of the bees from Love Bugs. I colored both images with Copics and cut them out with the coordinating dies. Bee Hello card by Andrea Shell | Cup of Friendship stamp by Reverse Confetti To give the illusion of the exterior of a house, I diecut blue cardstock with the Pierced Round Top Layers Confetti Cuts and used a scoring board to add "planks". I blended the front of a white card with Milled Lavender Distress Oxide and repeatedly stamped the dotty image from Sending Smiles to create my "wallpaper". Bee Hello card by Andrea Shell | Cup of Friendship stamp by Reverse Confetti I created the "window frame" by diecutting white cardstock with two of the Pierced Round Top Layers dies. I attached the frame to my card with foam tape and stamped a sentiment from Cup of Friendship. I adhered my colored images with foam, brushed on clear sparkle, and finished with a few clear sequins. Thanks for stopping by! *Affiliate links used at no cost to you.


By Jennifer del Muro
on April 21, 2022

Do you own/use a stamping platform?  Hi, it's Amy Tsuruta and I remember when they first came out and a crafty friend was explaining it to a group of us.  I didn't understand what all the type was and now it is a stamping staple for me.  I use to use the stamp-a-ma-jig and still do for my woodmount stamps.

I love the look of repetitive patterns, this is when the stamping platform comes in  handy.  I'm an eyeballer by nature.  I tend to wing things and I'm not fussy about precision.  I call it free form stamping.  Today's project features the Sending Smiles set.  I kept the overall design clean and simple and didn't add the additional 2 step stamping.

My inspiration for this card is Orla Kiely patterns.  I don't tend to gravitate to navy's for cards but love it teamed up with a light mustard color.

The Layered Lots of Love confetti cuts has been cut from vellum [base layer] and the coordinating navy cardstock.  The flower centers have been cut with the coordinating circle confetti cuts for a bit more dimension.

I hope you've been having a great week!


By Jennifer del Muro
on April 20, 2022

Hey there Party Animal! Who is ready for a party!   I used the stamp set, Party Animal, for this birthday card today!  I stamped out the images and colored with my Copic markers.   I die cut the images out with the Party Animals Confetti Cuts.   I added some crystal glaze to the balloon and glittered the crown.   

The card panel was made with the Stitched Pinwheel  Cover Panel.   I die cut several different colors of cardstock to piece into the panel.  I die cut the Lovely Tag from white and aqua cardstock and stamped a sentiment from Party Animal stamp set.  

 I used the tag to ground my images to the Stitched Pinwheel Cover Panel.  I finished the tag off with some hemp twine.   I scattered some crystal sequins across the card for a little sparkle!  

Thanks for stopping by today! 



By Jennifer del Muro
on April 19, 2022

Hi Fetti Friends! So happy to share this bright and summery card today using the Ice Cream Social stamp set.

For this card I stamped the ice cream truck image from the the Ice Cream Social stamp set onto Clairefontaine DCP 250 gsm cardstock with Memento Tuxedo Black ink. I left the stamp in my Misti to stamp the image again later and set to coloring! You can see the full coloring process in the YouTube video!

I stamped it again with Versafine Onyx Black ink, embossed it with clear embossing powder and fussy cut it out. For my background I masked off a simple strip of cardstock and added bright pink, orange and yellow ink blending to it. These warm tones will contrast nicely with the cool tones of the ice cream truck.

I added a sentiment in Versafine Onyx Black , embossed it with clear embossing powder and then it's time to assemble the card! I backed the panel with three extra pieces of thick white cardstock for dimension and added that to a mini slimline cardbase. I propped the ice cream truck up on some foam tape and finished it up with some sequins!

That's it! Be sure to check out the YouTube video below for more information and a matching envelope!


By Jennifer del Muro
on April 18, 2022
Hello, again! It's Andrea back with you, and I have an easy card to share with you. OMG card by Andrea Shell | OMG stamp by Reverse Confetti With graduation fast approaching, I imagine some of us need some cards. I certainly do! Here's a quick and easy one featuring the OMG stamp set and Circle Element Confetti Cuts. OMG card by Andrea Shell | OMG stamp by Reverse Confetti I began by creating my background with distress inks. Onto a panel of Bristol Smooth paper, I blended Mermaid Lagoon, Prize Ribbon, Chipped Sapphire, and Black Soot Distress Inks. I flicked water across the panel and blotted it with a towel. Next, I diecut the panel with the Circle Element Confetti Cuts. Does it remind you of fireworks? It does me! I backed the panel with glitter paper and adhered it to a cardbase. OMG card by Andrea Shell | OMG stamp by Reverse Confetti Using the OMG stamp set, I first stamped the outline in black and then heat-embossed the interior with WOW! Pearl Gold Sparkle Embossing Glitter. I cut out the letters and popped them up with foam onto my card. Onto a strip of black cardstock, I heat-embossed a companion sentiment from the set, trimmed it down, and adhered it with foam. Finally, I scattered gold confetti around the card. Thanks for stopping by! *Affiliate links used at no cost to you.


By Jennifer del Muro
on April 15, 2022
Hello! It's Lisa Henke and I am excited to get a chance to hang out here with you all today. I am bringing a little sunshine...or should I say BIG Sunshine! 

The newest Big Sun Confetti Cuts layered over the Stitched Rays Cover Panel were a perfect duo. I did some ink blending onto the the Big Sun and then added it to the top of the stitched rays panel. 

I pulled out the sweet kite from the Better with Friends stamp set. Colored it up with copics and then used the matching Better with Friends Confetti Cuts to cut it out. 

I pulled out a few of the clouds from the Cloudy Days Cover Panel and tucked those in around the kite. Before I adhered them down, I stamped the sentiment from Better with Friends on the largest cloud. Love doing that. 

I  finished it off with a trio of white sequins. 

I hope you find a little sunshine in your day today and that this card brings a smile to your face. 
Happy stamping!


By Jennifer del Muro
on April 14, 2022

 My projects started with the ribbon trim.  It was wrapped around a floral bouquet that my daughter received.  Hi, it's Amy Tsuruta and today I'm sharing a card duo that was inspired by THIS card by the fabulous Melissa Phillips.

I used Melissa's overall card design with different supplies.  The base starts with the Stitched Burst Cover Panel, it's been blended with ink to coordinate with my overall color palette.

The sentiment is from the You Coordinates stamps + coordinating confetti cuts.  I love using non-traditional colors, perfect example with the Orange Blossoms.

Things have been nestled onto the Lovely Tag confetti cuts.  The center panel has been stamped with the large circles from the Background Builders set.

I'm loving the raspberry and green color combo, how about you?


By Jennifer del Muro
on April 13, 2022

Hello!  Tricia here with you today to share a card that is doing double duty today.  This birthday card comes with a removable tag that can be removed and used later!  I started with the Better with Friends stamp set and stamped out the images and colored with my Copic markers.   I used the Better with Friends Confetti Cuts to die cut the images out.  

Here is the removable tag! I used the Celebrate Tag Confetti Cuts and die cut a yellow tag and multiple colors for the letters and then adhered directly to the Celebrate outline.   I stamped the tag with the Dot to Dot stamp set to add a little more detail to the tag!  I propped the tag up on the kite that was popped up on foam tape!  

I ink blended the panel with light blue ink and then created a grassy border and popped it up with foam tape.  I adhered the flowers with liquid adhesive and let them hang off the panel.   I used some new color combos for my bunnies from the Better with Friends stamp set:   

Bunny on right: E000, E30, E31, E33, E35, R20, W00, W1, E23, E27
Bunny on left: E11, E21, E51, R20,  R22, W00, W1
Flowers: Y15, Y18, E23, E27

Thanks for stopping by! 


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