By Reverse Confetti
on September 19, 2019
Hello Fetti Fans! Ali here and welcome to the Reverse Confetti blog. Today's card is showcasing the lovely With A Thankful Heart stamp set and dies as well as the versatile Stitched Circles Cover Panel.The New Release is now available at Reverse Confetti and its wonderful!!
I began the card by using the Cover Panel to emboss a white background piece. I stamped die-cut and coloured the images from With A Thankful Heart and coloured them with copics: YR12, Y21, V01, V04, B02, B000, YG67, YG61. I popped up the 'duplicate' flower images with 3D foam on the pumpkin.

I used a strip of paper from This & That 6x6 paper pad along the front of the background piece and attached the pumpkin. I die cut Blessed and adhered to the front of the card.
Simple to create but with lots of pretty detail.
Thanks for joining me and see you again soon!
Ali x


By Reverse Confetti
on September 18, 2019
Hey there!  It's Tricia here today to share a Halloween card with you using the new Halloween Gnomes.  I love this set so much!   Love all the little details in the set that allow you to build a spooky scene!  
I decided to go with a slimline card and cut my panel to 3 3/4 inches by 8 1/4 inches.  I used Distress Oxides to color the background pieces.  I used the Nuts about You landscape die to create my hills.  I stamped my images from Halloween Gnomes onto Premier Polar White cardstock and then colored them with my Copic markers.   I die cut the images using the Halloween Gnomes Confetti Cuts.    I made sure that I had plenty of the accessories to fill the card.   
 For the top of the panel, I used the new All the Stars Confetti Cuts and then backed it with some cardstock that I covered with Glow in the Dark Embossing Powder and it turned out so cool!    This was something that I have been wanting to do with this die!  So much fun!   I then  added multiple purple colored jewels to add additional sparkle to the sky.   

I stamped my sentiment from Halloween Gnomes and white embossed it.  I added some accents with a gel pen and clear sparkle pen.   It is hard to see in the photo but there is a lot of sparkle on the card! Could that witch be any cuter!    Hope you have a wonderful day!   


By Reverse Confetti
on September 18, 2019
1 comment

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Hello! Olga with you and I want to show Trick or Treat card for SYS Challendge.

I stamped all elements of my card using With a Thankful Heart and Halloween Gnomes. Then I colored it with markers and applied Halloween Gnomes Confetti Cuts and With a Thankful Confetti Cuts to it.
I made the background using alcoholic ink and applied Stitched Circles Cover Panel Confetti Cuts. I cut the base using cardstock of This & That Paper Pad. Then I glued the background and all other elements to it.
I cut "Trick or Tread" from glitter cardstock and glued the title on my card. Done!
Have a nice day!


By Reverse Confetti
on September 17, 2019

Hello there, Fetty Fans! Olga Moss is here. 
Well, friends, here it is – the month of Halloween and fall cards. And I never get tired of saying this – I love to make Halloween cards!

So I wanting to share a super fun card with two new sets - Halloween Gnomes and With a Thankful HeartWhen I saw these sets thought it was perfect to combine them together. 

There’s just something mystical about these giant pumpkins. Only flowers can stop you from using these pumpkins in your awesome Halloween cards. And I'm happy that in this case invented masking paper, because with it we can do wonders with our stamps and transform them when we want.

I started making this card by masking flowers on the pumpkin from With a Thankful Heart set.  I used a lot of washi tape for this. I then put ink on the stamp, removed the tape and stamped the pumpkin. Here I got the image with the empty spaces instead of flowers, in their place, I just added the lines of a pumpkin. I did this several times, it turned out gorgeous pumpkin background. I really like this hyperbole in the image of pumpkins. It seems as if the gnomes are so small in this background. Or, pumpkins are so scary and huge. Brrr...

Then I stamped the bats and trees, and covered all the images on the background with masking paper. And I created a colorful background. I used Baby Blue, Island Blue, Navy and Blueberry Dye Inks. I wanted to create a feeling of night and a glowing moon in the sky. So I added darker shades from the center to the edge. To add more texture I splattered background with white gouache.

Next was the time to prepare a fun part of the card. I removed the masking paper from the images in the background and colored them. I stamped the adorable images from the Halloween Gnomes set and colored them with Copic markers. I used the Halloween Gnomes Confetti Cuts to die cut the images. And I added my images in the background with foam tape and white heat embossed sentiment in the Midnight CardstockTo create a grass color I used Mint, Avocado and Stormy Dye Inks.

This card looks absolutely fantastic!
Thank you so much for your support!


By Reverse Confetti
on September 16, 2019
1 comment

Today I (Deanne) am sharing my creative version of Stock Your Stash. This month our theme is Halloween/Fall Fun.

I knew I had to somehow incorporated our new Peony set into my project. Normally I think of pink peonies but wanted to do a Fall take on the flower, so I went with orange and rust colours.

First I started by blending Rust, Tangerine, and Peach Reverse Confetti inks onto Cloud White cardstock.  I then spritzed the flowers in Rust ink and white acrylic paint/water mixture to add more texture. Once that dried I stamped the Peony image on my ink blended paper and cut out with coordinating Peony Confetti Cuts. I then took a white gel pen and added little dots for even more depth.

The background is a bit of blended Avocado ink to which I added my peonies. Lastly I stamped the perfect Sentimentally Yours sentiment and a bit of gold glitter. 

I could make a million of these cards - this Peony set is super-duper swoon-worthy!


By Jennifer del Muro
on September 13, 2019
I hope that you loved seeing the latest release from Reverse Confetti! It's Jeanne here with a trio of shaker tags sure to make you smile!
Hand made gifts from the heart are those that appeal to me the most. I love baking treats and gifting them to neighbors and family. A handmade tag just makes it all the sweeter. These three tags start out with the new Rounded Stitched Window. I inked the center portion with distress ink in red and green and then stamped a sentiment from the Sentimental Christmas stamp set.
I added acetate and adhesive foam tape to the back of the outer frame to create the shaker. The top is decorated with Copic colored images from the Joys of the Season stamp set. I adhered the tag topper from the Grid Stitched Tag to make it easy to add twine and a pretty bow. 
I filled the shakers with clear sequins to add lots of sparkle and shine. A little glossy accents on the berries brings them to life. 
Its the little details that take a gift from ordinary to extra ordinary, and these little tags are sure to delight! Have a great day!
Sentimental Christmas Sentimental Christmas RC Joys of the Season Joys of the Season RC Joys of the Season CC Joys of the Season CC RC Rounded Stitched Window Rounded Stitched Window RC
Grid Stitched Tag Grid Stitched Tag RC


By Jennifer del Muro
on September 12, 2019
Hey, Fetti Fans!  Kathy here and I'm so excited to be on the Reverse Confetti blog today to share what I've been up to in my craft room.
The new September/Holiday release has been one of my favorites yet!  Every stamp set and die has so many unlimited possibilities, I almost didn't know where to start for having lot of ideas!  My project today is a little 'funky', but I kinda like the way it turned out.
For my card, I cut Premier Polar White cardstock using the new Stitched Circles Cover Panel and adhered to the card base.  I then took a pattern from the new This & That paper pad and layered to the bottom half of the card.  Isn't the new Peony set gorgeous?!  I decided to do some paper piecing with each of the petals (the orange print is from the This & That pad and the yellow is from the Every Little Bit pad) and then for the leaves used a print from the This & That pad. I stamped one of the sentiments from the new Sentimentally Yours set onto a strip of Tangerine Cardstock.  To finish, I added a few glittery enamel dots.


By Reverse Confetti
on September 11, 2019
Hello there!  Audrey here with a card to share with you using my very favorite stamp set from the new September release, called Peony.  I just love this big, bold, slightly whimsical floral set.  To create my card, I started off with an A2 card base cut from Polar White cardstock.  On top of that, I layered the new Stitched Circles Cover Panel which I cut from Teal cardstock.  That strip of fun patterned paper is from the This & That paper pad.  I stamped some peonies and leaves in black ink and colored them with my Copic markers, then shaded them with my Prismacolor pencils.  They were diecut with the coordinating Peony Confetti Cuts dies.


I arranged the flowers and leaves on the card front, adhering some with a glue pen and some with foam tape for some added dimension.  White gel pen accents adds a pop of white to each flower petal.


For the sentiment, I pulled out the Birthday Wishes stamp set, and stamped the sentiment in Midnight ink onto a banner diecut from the Flowers for Mom Confetti Cuts die set.  I popped it up with foam tape, and tucked it behind the flowers slightly.


That's all for me today!  Thanks so much for stopping by! :)


By Jennifer del Muro
on September 08, 2019

Greetings, 'Fetti Fans and HAPPY RELEASE DAY!  We are so happy that our main holiday release is now available.  Please check the end of this post for a full listing of our Confetti Crew and LOTS of friends posting today!

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By Jennifer del Muro
on September 07, 2019
1 comment
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