By Reverse Confetti
on August 27, 2020

Hello Fetti Friends! I hope you're having a great day! I'm sending you a little sunshine today! I love flowers and butterflies and the Stained Glass Butterfly stamp set has BOTH! Color me happy!
I colored the images with Copic markers and arranged the scene on a piece of clear plastic the same size as my card front. This allows me to figure out where everything will go before I commit and adhere the pieces in place.
Once I had the pretty florals arranged I had to decide on a background. I didn't want to add pattern paper because I didn't want anything to compete with the images. I decided on a color block background of ripped Reverse Confettti card stock in Lime, Avocado, Baby Blue and Bumblebee on a matt of Navy.
Some of the images are adhered flat to the card base while others are adhered with adhesive foam tape. This adds dimension and brings the scene to life. 
I hope you're smiling and feeling inspired to make!


By Reverse Confetti
on August 26, 2020
Hey, 'Fetti Fans! Kathy here and I'm so excited to be sharing my  card with you today!  It's not usual, at least for me, to design a card from something I've seen and immediately know what I'm going to create AND it turns out exactly how I thought it would!  But that's what happened when I saw this abstract print in the photo below! 
The background for my card was created with the Background Builder stamp set which is becoming one of my fave sets!  I used the following ink colors:  Sunshine, Sand, Iced Aqua, Aqua and Midnight to stamp the images.
To create a focal point, I used one of the butterfly images in the Stained Glass Butterflies set; cutting it out with the corresponding Confetti Cuts.  To finish, I added one of the sentiments from the Best Sentiments set and a few aqua sequins. 


By Reverse Confetti
on August 25, 2020

Hi 'Fetti Fans, it's Amy T here with you with a summertime card.  I was trying to think outside the box when I designed this project.

I used the Tall Triangles Confetti Cuts with Reverse Confetti packing paper to create a sugar cone.  The added texture was perfect!  I used the rainbow image from Rain or Shine and pastel copic markers.  I decided to back the rainbow with a white oval trimmed down to give it more of a ice cream scoop feeling.

The sentiment is from Ice Cream Social that has been stamped onto one of the new Three Tags Confetti Cuts.  I embellished the tag with the Background Builder dots in Piggy Bank Ink.  

The striped paper is from the Fun Times 6x6.  To tie into the cone, I went ahead and layered a panel of the packing paper onto my base.

I finished off my design with white silk ribbon.

Thanks so much for stopping by!



By Reverse Confetti
on August 24, 2020
1 comment

 Hello Fetti Fans! Ali here with some pretty floral inspiration using the Happy Mail stamp set and the This Says It All Sentiment set and the Stitched Rays Cover Panel (one of my faves). I began by stamping the images with InkOn3 Blackout Ink and coloured them with Copics. I added dotted detail with a white Posca Pen.
 Copics Used;
Pinks - R85, RV11
Greens/Aqua - BG49, BG32, BG11
Leaves - YG05, YG11
 I used the cover panel to emboss some kraft card, backing this with some aqua cardstock and adhering to a kraft cardbase. I die-cut the images, trimming them into smaller sections and arranged on the front of the card.
I stamped the sentiment in versamark ink and white embossed it on a die-cut circle of black card. I adhered this to the cardfront to finish.
 Thanks for stopping by!
Ali xx


By Reverse Confetti
on August 21, 2020
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I started my background by creating a fluffy cloudy sky blending Wisteria, Abyss, and Navy inks (using my handmade cloud stencil).

Next I stamped my sentiment from Best Sentiments in Midnight ink.

Then for the fun part: I used RC Aqua, Lime Green, Tangerine, and Salsa cardstock with Balloons Confetti Cuts. I blended with coordinating inks to create shadow on the balloons. I adhered them to my background in varying heights to create lots of depth.

Lastly I tied gold string to anchor the balloons (don't want them to fly away!) and added some mint coloured enamel dots.



By Reverse Confetti
on August 20, 2020
Hello Fetti Fans! It's Lisa and I get to share another card with you this week. I allowed myself some crafty time with the gorgeous Sketched Floral set. Have you inked yours up in awhile? Don't have it yet? That's okay, you can add it to your stash HERE.  My favorite part of this stamp set is that it is meant to be perfectly imperfect! It certainly is easy to line up the stamps, but the sketched design is meant to give it a loose, water colored look. I used Sand for the outline images and then filled in the florals with Iced Aqua, Pistachio, and Peach inks for a soft and summery feel. I used the matching Sketched Florals Confetti Cuts to easily cut out the flowers. 

I went with a Slimline size, card base measuring 3.5 x 8.5. I added a subtle border around the edges with some simple scoring about 1/4 inch from the edge. I then decided my background needed a little something else. I just adore those teeny dots from Background Builder, so I added three strips of them starting with Iced Aqua, the Peach, and finishing with Stone ink.

The sentiment is from Sketched Floral and I stamped it in Sand ink. 

Thanks so much for stopping by today. Find some crafty time, and get inky. 


By Reverse Confetti
on August 19, 2020

Hello!  Tricia here with you today to share a back to school surprise for your favorite teacher, mom, dad, friend or family that will be helping you get through this crazy year!  I created this little chubby pencil gift card holder with a cute tag!  

I made the gift card holder with the Scalloped Bag & Tags Creator and Stitched Squares Confetti Cuts.   I die cut three of the Scalloped Bag from Sunshine cardstock.   I scored at 3/8 inch on both pieces at the bottom and attached together with adhesive.   To build the pencil and the eraser I used the Stitched Squares and die cut from Sand, Midnight, and Rose cardstocks.   

For the eraser, I trimmed it down to fit the scalloped bag.  I left the stitching on the top of the eraser.   I then added a small skinny strip of Stone cardstock.   For the pencil part, I cut the square in half.  I then adhered it to the scalloped end and trimmed the edges off.   I then trimmed the Midnight square corners off to create the lead.  I did it on both sides of the scalloped bag panel.  Here is a picture of the back panel.  

For the inside, I added a die cut Stitched Square from white cardstock and then trimmed down one of the Sunshine Scalloped Bag Panels and adhere it to the opposite side to create a pocket to hold a gift card.  

For the tag, I die cut Square Window Tag Confetti Cuts from Mist cardstock.   I stamped a sentiment from Best Sentiments with black ink.   The images are from Crafty Critters.   I stamped them onto Premier Polar White cardstock and then colored with my Copic markers.   I die cut the out with the matching Crafty Critters Confetti Cuts.  I adhered it with foam tape to the front of the pencil card and then added a button.   The little clip holds the gift card holder closed.   

I wish you all a crafty fun day!   


By Reverse Confetti
on August 18, 2020
Hello everyone! Olga with you today.
I created card using Rain Or Shine. It turned out to be very simple and light.

I  took the basis for the card and stamped the stripes from Background Builder on it. 

I stamped the title and other elements from Rain Or Shine. I applied Rain Or Shine Confetti Cuts for it.
Then I stamped a couple of tulips from Stained Glass Butterflies and cut it using Stained Glass Butterflies Confetti Cuts.

I colored all details of my card with markers. Then I placed it on the base and decorated with sequins.
Have a nice day!


By Reverse Confetti
on August 17, 2020
1 comment
Hello!  Amy Kolling here today with some HAPPY MAIL!  
There's nothing better than a bright colorful card in the I right?  ☺

Colorful die cut circles in fun Reverse Confetti colors of cardstock (Salsa, Tangerine, Buttercup, Lime Green, Aqua, and Grape Soda) were stamped in black ink with the dotted stamp from Background Builder.  This is my favorite stamp in this set!  The circles were arranged vertically down a white note card with three black 1/4" strips of Midnight card stock running horizontal.  This allows for great sentiment stamping!

Six envelopes from Snail Mail were stamped and die cut.  Coordinating Copic markers were used to color the heart on each of the envelopes.  Each envelope was outlined with N0 Copic marker for depth.  Each one was added to the colorful circles with foam adhesive.



By Reverse Confetti
on August 16, 2020
Hi everyone! Olga Moss here. You know that we had super fun July release. I just recently received my package with the new release and today I want to show you a card using my favorite new Snail Mail set. I had so much fun creating it!

I started with preparing all the details for my card. I really wanted to put one of these wonderful snails on the mailbox, so that the image itself looks complete. So first I put them together using masking paper and my MISTI stamping tool. Next I colored all images with Copic markers and die cut them all out with Snail Mail Confetti CutsThe image, made up of three different ones, was cut using a partial die-cutting technique. It didn't take me long, but the overall silhouette was smooth and beautiful, wasn't it?

Next, I made a simple ink blended background using Peach and Mint Dye Ink Pads and added some splashes with watercolor paint.

For the next step I foam mounted all the images on the card.  And added  the sentiment banners.

Thank you for being with me today! Have a nice crafty day!

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