By Jennifer del Muro
on September 01, 2022

Greetings, 'Fetti Fans and happy September!

A new month brings a new SYS challenge and we think that you're going to love this one!

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. You must use new cards/post to enter and back dated entries will be thrown out - the idea is to break out those stamps and dies and create something new.
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.
And now some fun inspiration from our DT members...
Hello! It's spooky season and a brand new month. That means there's a new theme for the Stock Your Stash Challenge. I have a spooktacular Halloween card to share. 
I used a good mix of products. You know I love how all the RC products mix and match. It all started with the Layered Boo Confetti cuts. I cut it from black card stock and then got busy with all the other elements. 

I pulled out two Halloween sets, Boo Day and Halloween Gnomes
I used distress inks to make a festive ink blending backdrop for the scene. I then used some dark grey cardstock cut from the Oval Window Cover Panel
Thanks for stopping by today. We hope you'll come play along with the SYS Challenge! 
Stampy Hugs, Lisa
Hello!  Tricia here with you today to share a slimline Halloween card with some Distress Oxide blending. I used Boo Day along with Spooktacular stamp sets.   I stamped my images out and then colored with Copic markers.  I love how the ghosts look like they are glowing!   I used the matching Boo Day and Spooktacular Confetti Cuts to die cut the images out. 


To make the background, I ink blended with Distress Oxides inks in Black Soot, Villainous Potion, Shaded Lilac and Antique Linen.  I masked off the moon and then used some of Villainous Potion and Shaded Lilac to creep in a shadow on the moon.   I then splattered the background with white paint.  I added to a slimline panel and then added a strip of black cardstock.
For the sentiment, I used the Trick Or Treat Confetti Cuts and ink blended with Distress Oxides in Carved Pumpkin, Crackling Campfire and Mustard Seed.  I backed the cardstock with some Stick It Adhesive and then die cut with the Trick or Treat Confetti Cuts.   I added some Nuvo Crystal Glaze to the sentiment.  It can get a little messy.  I used a small needle to try to spread to the edges.   


I then started to adhere my images to the card popping some up with foam tape and others were adhered directly to the card panel.   For my bats, I recently saw Nichol Spohr color up bats and used some similar colors to make them glow in the moonlight!   I added some crystal sequins to finish it off! 

Come play along with the Stock Your Stash Challenge! Be sure to tag your card using #SYSChallenge  Have a great day!

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By Jennifer del Muro
on August 31, 2022
Thanks to all that played along in this month's STOCK YOUR STASH challenge and congrats to STEPH for being the winner of the August challenge!  Here's her card...
Steph, contact us at to claim your prize!


By Jennifer del Muro
on August 31, 2022

 Hello Fall!   I love to create scene cards with little cute critters and I used the cute fall stamp set called Pick of the Patch.  I used the All Framed Up Confetti Cuts to make these mini scenes on a slimline card.  

I stamped out all my images from Pick of the Patch and colored with my Copic markers.   I added details with my white gel pen.   I die cut all the images out with the matching Pick of the Patch Confetti Cuts. 

I then selected the frame from All Framed Up Confetti Cuts and then die cut the frames with white cardstock.  I trimmed more white cardstock down and used Distress Oxides with Peacock Feathers and Salvaged Patina.

I stamped out the sentiment from the Pick of the Patch and then trimmed it down.  The images were attached with a mix of liquid adhesive and foam tape.   I added some more detailed images using the Over the Rainbow Confetti Cuts and Honey Bear stamp set.  I added the little scenes to a slimline kraft card base.  I added some twine to the card and a felt flower with a sequin for the center. 

Happy Fall to you! 


By Jennifer del Muro
on August 30, 2022

Hello crafty friends! Lien here with a card I need more of in my stash, since I am always late with birthday cards!

For this card I used the turtle from the fun Birthday Buddies stamp set. I colored him in with my ohuhu markers and cut him out with the Coordinating confetti cuts.

I blended a simple sunrise sky with some orange and yellow on the bottom and bright light blues at the top. To finish the scene I added a grassy border as well. I added a sentiment from the Birthday Buddies Bander stamp set.

I always like to frame my scenes and for that I used the Layered Mom + Frame die set. I stacked up the frames four layers high in white scrap cardstock and then added a layer of light green glitter cardstock to glitz it up.

If you'd like to see how I made this card, please watch the video below! Thank you so much for visiting!


By Jennifer del Muro
on August 29, 2022
Hi, RC fans! It's Andrea with you sharing a fun, Halloween gift tag. Halloween Gift Tag by Andrea Shell | Boo Day stamp by Reverse Confetti That adorable kitty is from the Boo Day stamp set. I colored the image with Copics and cut it out with the coordinating dies, adding highlights with a white gel pen. Halloween Gift Tag by Andrea Shell | Boo Day stamp by Reverse Confetti To create my tag, I diecut orange cardstock with the Circle with Burst Tag Confetti Cuts. I cut the green frame with the Large Detailed Circle Frame Confetti Cuts and backed it with vellum. Next, I trimmed a circle from one of the Hello Holidays papers, adhered it to the tag, and topped it with the frame. Halloween Gift Tag by Andrea Shell | Boo Day stamp by Reverse Confetti I adhered my colored image to the tag with foam squares and added some ribbons and strings to the tag. I diecut the white tag with the Three Tags Confetti Cuts (I did some partial diecutting to get the length I wanted) and stamped a sentiment from Halloween Sentiments. I tied the sentiment to the tag with more string. Thanks for stopping by! *Affiliate links used at no cost to you.


By Jennifer del Muro
on August 26, 2022

Happy Friday and welcome back to the Reverse Confetti blog! Today I'm sharing a project that uses some basic shapes in a fun way. Read on to see how I pulled together this birthday card that includes a handy gift card insert inside.

I started this card out by grabbing the Big Sun Confetti Cut set and using the circle die to cut multiple circles from a few different colors of cardstock. I also cut the large sun from a goldenrod colored cardstock. I stamped 'Happy Birthday' from the Little Bits Sentiments stamp set in the middle of the sun, and then bent back every other ray on the sun to give more space between each ray.

I cut the white scalloped mat using a die from the Easter Cover Panel Confetti Cuts set and glued it to an A2 card base. Then I used a wobbler to adhere the sun to the very center of the card. I glued the circles all around the sun using a mix of liquid glue and foam tape to add some dimension.

For the inside gift card holder I wanted the colors to match the outside, so I cut the Circle Gift Card Holder die from teal cardstock. I then stamped the same 'Happy Birthday' to the center of the panel. I used similar inks to stamp three differently sized circles using the Dot to Dot stamp set.

Lastly, I added a few gold pearls to the front of the card. Now this birthday card is ready to have a gift card added to the inside and be sent to a loved one!

I love this card design because it can be duplicated in multiple colors and instead of 'Happy Birthday' you could stamp another sentiment, or just leave the space blank. I hope this has inspired you to go have some fun and craft this weekend. Have a great day and happy crafting!


By Jennifer del Muro
on August 25, 2022
Hi crafty friends, I have a fun, bright and colorful card for you today. I used the Large Rainbow Circle Confetti Cut for the rainbow and add the super cute Bee from the Birthday Buddies stamp set. I hope you enjoy!
To see the full video tutorial on YouTube click here or watch below.
For the rainbow, I die cut the Large Rainbow Circle Die from white cardstock and ink blended each piece in rainbow ordering. I used small blender brushes to create darker areas on the edges of each piece. I used an embossing folder for the white background, this gives it some texture.
I love that little bee, it is so cute. I stamped and Copic colored three of them, it is from the Birthday Buddies stamp set. I used the coordinating dies to cut them out. I added eyelashes to two of them with a black micro pen. I added white highlights and white dots their cheeks and eyes. I stamped the sentiment from the Birthday Buddies Banter stamp set with black ink.
I centered the rainbow in the card panel, then added the sentiments with foam tape and placed the bee's around the sentiment. They have foam tape as well, for added dimension.
I hope you enjoyed this project, have a wonderful day!
Joy Baldwin
Create It With Joy


By Jennifer del Muro
on August 24, 2022

 Hello!  Tricia here with you today with a fall inspired Hello Daisy card!  I colored up the Hello Daisy stamp set with my Copic markers and turning my daisies into mums!  I pulled out some fall favorite Copic color combinations and colored the stamped image and then die cut it out with the matching Hello Daisy Confetti Cuts.  

I gold embossed the Hello sentiment from the stamp set onto white cardstock and die cut the sentiment with the Hello Daisy Confetti Cuts.  I added some details to the flowers with a white gel pen.   My panel was layered onto a tone on tone card base.  I used the Polka Cover Panel and kraft cardstock.  How cute are these daisies colored as mums!  I love it when you can find multiple ways to use my stamps! 

I love to create cards with Kraft cardstock and the one on tone looks is so easy to accomplish with great Cover Panels like this Polka Cover Panel.  There is many ways that you can use this panel as a stencil, add different colors into the die cut circles, or use the leftover die cut circles as tags!  I saved all those little circles die cut out and will use them on other projects in the future! 

To finish the card panel off, I added some hemp twine tied in a bow! 

Happy Fall Y'all! 


By Jennifer del Muro
on August 23, 2022

Hello crafty friends! Lien here and today I made a super pink and super simple card, done in 20 minutes!

For this card I used the So Super stamp set. I stamped and colored the super girl image and two of the words with alcohol markers. I cut them out with the Coordinating dies. To see the coloring process, please watch the video below!

The background uses a few die cuts but is super easy to put together. I started by cutting the Stitched Daisies Cover die from light pink cardstock. Then to draw the eye to my superhero, I used two small dies from tag die sets. The dark pink element is from the Circle With Burst Tag Die and the gold star is from the Ornament die set.

I glued them on, only putting glue in the center of the elements so the ends could flare up and give the look of dimension without adding any bulk. I did add some foam tape behind the superhero but that's pretty much all the dimension on this card. To finish it up I added the two words with some more liquid glue and added gold gems to make it shine.

Like I said, a super simple card! Done in 20 minutes start to finish! You can see the full tutorial in the YouTube video below!


By Jennifer del Muro
on August 22, 2022
Hello, RC fans! It's Andrea back with you sharing an unusal way to use your Cover Panel Confetti Cuts. Birthday Shaker Gift Box by Andrea Shell | Open Drop Cover Panel Confetti Cuts by Reverse Confetti I created this fun gift box with the Open Drop Cover Panel Confetti Cuts. I first diecut the cover panel and then used the diecut's dimensions to make the top and bottom of my box. I cut the top to measure 4 3/4" x 6" and scored each side at 1/2". The sides of the bottom are 1" tall, but I made the base slightly smaller than the diecut's dimensions to make it fit inside the top. To assemble each piece, I snipped the score lines on the short sides and attached the tabs with liquid adhesive. Birthday Shaker Gift Box by Andrea Shell | Open Drop Cover Panel Confetti Cuts by Reverse Confetti I backed the diecut panel with vellum so that I could make the top a shaker. After placing a bunch of sequins in the center of my box top, I sealed them in place with the frame. If you recreate this, I suggest ading adhesive around the opening so that the sequins stay behind the window and don't get lost behind the frame. Birthday Shaker Gift Box by Andrea Shell | Open Drop Cover Panel Confetti Cuts by Reverse Confetti Using the Birthday Wishes Hot Foil Combo, I hot-foiled the sentiment, diecut it with the accompanying die and attached it with foam tape. I embellished the box with the gorgeous flowers and foliage from the Flower Builder Confetti Cuts. I hope I've inspired you to explore new ways to use your Cover Panel Confetti Cuts! Have a great week! *Affiliate links used at no cost to you.

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