By Reverse Confetti
on April 14, 2021

 Bright and vibrant is making my crafty heart happy!! I also brought out some white acrylic paint to splatter with - I missed this fun technique!

I started with purple polka dot paper from This & That and gave it a bit of a white paint splatter. Then I blended Magenta ink on Center Frame Cover Panel and also gave this layer a smidge of splatter :)

I ink blended our Stitched Hex Tag in RC Aqua and adhered it to my card base.

Next I coloured, splattered and adhered this beautiful bouquet from The Best Days and added a small sentiment from Sentimentally Yours. It fits just perfectly! Lastly I added some colour coordinating jute and enamel dots.










By Reverse Confetti
on April 13, 2021
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Hello Fetti Fans! It's Lisa with you today sharing a quick way to use up any water colored backgrounds you have sitting around. I used the fabulous Lily of the Valley stamp set. 

I had created some ink smooshed backgrounds a while back with one of my favorite color combos of distress inks-Picked Raspberry, Abandoned Coral, and a touch of Candied Apple. I didn't love how the backgrounds turned out when I made them, so I set them aside. I didn't want them to go to waste, and then I remembered how die cutting can totally change the feel of them. SO, I stamped the floral image in the vase three times with Midnight ink and then used the matching Lily of the Valley Confetti Cuts to cut them out. Mission accomplished....I LOVED it! 

 Grouping them all together really makes a statement. I added some dimension behind them with some foam dots. Placing them on a Premium Polar White card base really keeps the images crisp and clean. I tucked in some sequins for a touch of sparkle. 

The sentiment is from the same stamp set, Lily of the Valley. I stamped it onto a stip of the same water colored background I used for the floral images and then trimmed it down to size. 

Thanks for stopping by today. I hope you're inspired to stamp and die cut your line art images on a watercolored background. It is quick and easy and a great way to use up a background you didn't quite love at first sight. 
Happy Stamping! 


By Jennifer del Muro
on April 08, 2021
Hello, 'Fetti Fam!
It's been a minute since I was able to sit down and create and I am so happy that this month's creative hop "forced me" to!  We have a fabulous hop for you today that is full of all sorts of creative projects.  What I want to know is...what inspires you?  I can be inspired by just about anything.  I am often seen taking pictures of random things so I can look later for inspiration for a project or even a product.  Today's inspiration comes to by way of the 80's.  I've been feeling some serious retro 80's vibes lately and I wanted to bring that to this card...
While I love to send birthday and every kind of holiday card, my favorite kind of card is just a "hello" card because it's often unexpected and such a fun and easy way to brighten up someone's day. 
I started with a card base created from Premier Polar White cardstock.  From there, I added a panel that was cut from Along the Dotted Lines Cover Panel and then cut down and rotated (I love using our dies in ways that are less than obvious to make them go a little further). 
The "hello" is from the Thanks & Hello words duos Confetti Cuts die set and it is cut four times from RC Aqua cardstock and then the top layer is clear embossed to give it a bit of smooth texture and shine.
The stamped sentiment is from the This Says it All stamp set and it is stamped in Midnight ink.  The circles are from the Background Builder stamp set and cut out with a punch (I couldn't believe that I still had a few in my drawer!) and they are stamped with Magenta, Parakeet and Bellini inks.
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Time for me to send you off to see what the rest of the Confetti Crew and our 'Fetti Friends have created!


By Jennifer del Muro
on April 07, 2021
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Hello!  Tricia here today to share with you a tip for stretching your dies with partial die cutting!  This works great for square shaped dies.   I used the Scalloped Squares Confetti Cuts and changed the square shape to a rectangle.   See below for how I did this.  


Starting with the top left, place your die cut onto the card panel and position the die on your plate where you want your initial cut to end.  What is under the plates will be die cut and the portion hanging out will not be die cut.   You will end up with the top right corner, the top half of your panel is die cut.   Bottom left corner, flip your paper and die over and position your die where you want the next die cut.  This die works well because it has the scallops and I can line up the die along the scalloped edge.  Bottom middle, position your die and cardstock that you want cut under the plates. Bottom right corner is the final result! I have a rectangle instead of a square frame! 

Here is a close up shot of the final partial die cut Scalloped Squares Confetti Cut.   I stamped out the images from Rain or Shine and Hop into Spring onto Premier Polar White cardstock and colored with my Copic markers.  I die cut the images out with the Rain or Shine Confetti Cuts and the Hop into Spring Confetti Cuts.

For the main panel, I stamped the images from Rain or Shine with white pigment ink onto a kraft card base.  I repeated the images across the panel to create my own patterned paper.   I then die cut the panel with the Along the Dotted Lines Cover Panel. 

The sentiment is from Hop into Spring stamp set.   I layered a white panel underneath the frame and added the sun and rainbow with liquid adhesive.   The cloud and bunnies were popped up along with the frame with foam tape.  To finish it off, I added some details with a white gel pen and crystal glaze.   I hope you give partial die cutting a try! 


By Reverse Confetti
on April 06, 2021
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Hello 'Fetti Fans!  Amy Kolling and I am excited to share a project with you.

There is not much more you need other than this fabulous HOPE Coordinates Confetti Cut and Hope Coordinates sentiment set.  I did pair it with the Center Circle Cover Panel Confetti Cuts.


The background of the card was ink blended with Broken China Distress Ink as well as a standard circle die.  The bottom of the word 'hope' was also ink blended just a bit at the bottom leaving the top white.  The shadow part of the word was die cut out of Midnight Cardstock.  The word itself was die cut 4 times and layered together for dimension.  The sun die was sandwiched in between the layers.  A supporting sentiment was stamped and added with foam adhesive.  As a finishing touch, a few white gems were added.



By Reverse Confetti
on April 05, 2021

Welcome back my 'Fetti Friends! Candice with you today! In our home Superhero's are among our favorites in movies and games so having some extra birthday cards for the superhero's in our house is a great idea!

I used these Reverse Confetti products to create my design:

I began my card with a 5 x 6 1/2 card base.

I first die cut the stitched window panel from yellow cardstock and set aside. For the back sky, I inked a piece of Bristol Smooth with chipped sapphire and blueprint sketch oxide inks, and splattered with white paint.

While I let that dry, I stamped all the images from the So Super stamp set, colored them with copic markers and used the coordinating dies to cut out.

To put the card together, I glued the skyline to back of the window and used foam tape to adhere the sky background to the window and added it to the center of my card with foam tape. I then die cut the layered YOU from black and red cardstock and put the banner with the sentiment right on top. I finished by adding the rest of my images all around the window with foam tape and a few red gems!

Thank you so much for visiting with me today!



By Reverse Confetti
on April 02, 2021
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Sometimes there are no words.  It could be a big or small situation that a friend or family member is experiencing which you want to help them through.  In those times, the best comfort may be to just let them know you're there for them.


 For my card, I cut Premier Polar White cardstock with the new Along The Dotted Lines Cover Panel then sprinkled with some bronze paint.  I gold embossed this sentiment from the Mixed Messages set onto Dark Roast cardstock.  These pretty images are from the Lily of the Valley stamp set and coordinating dies.




By Jennifer del Muro
on April 01, 2021
They say that April showers bring May flowers.  Anyone else ready for all things spring...other than the allergies that come along with it, at least?  I just finished planting a bunch of plants in our landscaping in our backyard and I can't wait to dive in and fill up our containers, too.  It's definitely one of my favorite "spring things" to do!
Just like no one likes reading a ton of yapping on a recipe blog, I'm guessing you're not here to read about my garden.  With that said, I will get right to our monthly 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 Along..." 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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From Ali Farmer...
My card today could really be used for such a variety of reasons, although I thought given its modern youthfull feel it would be great for a graduate. I used the wonderful You Matter stamp and die sets and a sentiment from Chalk It Up, along with my favorite Stitched Rays Cover Panel.

I began the card by using the cover panel to emboss 2 pieces of white cardstock and using the circle die that comes with the You Matter dies to cut an appeture in one piece. I cut another circle slightly larger from the other piece to sit behind the hands.

I stamped and coloured the hands with copic markers in rainbow colours and added jewelry and details with a Copic Multiliner. I used the corresponding die to cut the middle from the hands and trimmed the outsides with scissors. I adhered the hands behind the front piece and used 3 D foam on the back. I lined up the stitched lines with the 2nd circle piece and adhered all to a white cardbase.

I stamped the sentiment with black ink and punched a circle, adhering it to the centre of the hands.
Such a wonderful, bright and cheerful card with a youthful feel!
Make sure you tag your creations and join in the fun for this month, we love to see all your creations!
Ali xx
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From Amy Tsuruta

Happy April!  It's a new Stock Your Stash, Moms, Dads & Grads!  I decided to design my Mom's Mother's Day card:

I wanted to feature the new Lily of the Valley set.  That bouquet is so pretty!  It's been stamped with copic friendly black ink and colored with the following colors:
YG00 | YG01
V01 | V12 | BG23

The sentiment is from The Lily of the Valley set along with the die cut Mom from Mom & Dad Word Duos.
I combined the new Along the Dotted Lines and Double Stitch Window Cover Panels.

I can't wait to see how you're inspired!


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Now it's your turn to show us your cards for Moms, Dads and Grads!  Enter as many times as you wish!



You are invited to the Inlinkz link party!

Click here to enter


By Jennifer del Muro
on March 31, 2021
The end of March is here and it's time to announce our STOCK YOUR STASH winner!  Congrats to Carmela with this card...
Carmela, please email us at to claim your $20 prize!


By Jennifer del Muro
on March 31, 2021
1 comment
Hi Friends! I hope you're having a magical day! I'm smitten with the new Enchanted Garden 
set! It's absolutely magical! You'll find sweet girls with fairy wings and all the accessories you need to create cards with scenes.
These happy figures almost demanded a bright cheery rainbow background! This one was easy to create with Distress Oxide Ink. I used smaller size cosmetic brushes to add more layers of color.

I always arrange the images on a piece of plastic the size of my card front. This helps me decide where to place the images, and where the sentiment will be stamped before I commit and adhere them in place.

Because the plastic is clear it's easy to pick up the entire arrangement and lay it over different color distress ink backgrounds before choosing the perfect one.
These cute little fairies are a sweet escape and sure to put a little twinkle in your eye! They add a little magic wherever they go!

Finished Size 4.25 x 5.5"

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