By Chris Mathews
on December 17, 2019
Hello! Olga with you today.

I created Christmas card using Joyous Holiday.
I stamped the elements, colored it with alcoholic markers. Then I cut it using Confetti Cuts.

I toned the background and sprayed it with watercolors. I applied Stitched Bursts Cover Panel Confetti Cuts to it.
I created the title using Warm Hugs.
I put all details of my card together and decorated it with sequins.

Have a nice day!


By Reverse Confetti
on December 13, 2019
Hello!  Amy Kolling here today with inspiration using the Snowflakes stamp and Snowflakes Confetti Cuts that were released earlier this week.  
I am smitten with snowflakes......I love that no two are alike.  These snowflakes are bold and whimsical at the same time.  I used a strip of pattern paper from Winter Solstice as my color inspiration.  I was going to use turquoise embossing powder but instead turned my focus to using red!  Why not??!
I lined a white notecard with a 2 inch strip of paper from Winter Solstice.  After red heat embossing the snowflakes, they were die cut and added as a border to the pattern paper.  One of the sentiments was stamped onto a sentiment strip and added across the center snowflake with foam adhesive.  As a final touch, red gems were scattered across my snowflake border.


By Reverse Confetti
on December 11, 2019
Good morning! Heather here this morning with a new edition of Wednesday in the Works! Today I'm sharing this super happy and sparkly little Christmas tag - perfect for dressing up your Christmas packages! I've combined the candy canes from Joys of the Season, a sentiment from Sweet Holiday, and a tag base created with Stitched Hex Tag! This also happens to be one of my favorite non-traditional color combos!

Here is this week's video showing how this card came together:

I started off with a tag base die cut from Iced Aqua Cardstock using Stitched Hex Tag. This is one of my all time favorite RC cardstock colors!

I stamped the candy canes on Premier Polar White Cardstock using Midnight Dye ink, then colored it in with Copics. The video has the full coloring process if you want to see how that came together.

I used Copics to color in the top attachment to the tag as well as the sentiment strip - this allowed me to perfectly coordinate those items. The sentiment is stampd from Sweet Holiday stamp set. I also added some white splatters to the tag and the candy canes for a fun bit of texture before adhering everything together.

To make sure there was plenty of sparkle, I added some pink jewels to the background, and some clear Nuvo glitter drops on the berries and darker stripes on the candy cane. SOO sparkly and fun!

Thanks so much for stopping by today - have a wonderful day!!!


By Reverse Confetti
on December 10, 2019
1 comment
Happy Holiday's y'all!  I thought I would share a quick and simple birthday card to make during this hectic time of the year.   I have a December birthday.   We celebrate our family Christmas on or near my birthday ever year and the beauty of it is I always see everyone for my birthday AND we have so much food for everyone that there is plenty of my favorite birthday cake left to take home!
I only get it once a year, so I like to savor it!   😉

Reverse Confetti has several 4.25" square Confetti Cuts that are perfect when you need to make a quick and easy card that fits in an A2 envelope!   They have the Square & Circle FrameBlocked Out Square Panel; ThanksHello Congrats Square Confetti Cuts and  the Diamond Stripe Square Confetti Cuts.   There is also the Stitched Squares Confetti Cuts.     

I decided to use the Diamond Stripe Square Confetti Cuts with some of my favorite color combinations - Bumblebee and Iced Aqua.  I die cut the Diamond Stripe Square Confetti Cuts with Bumblebee card stock and layered on top of a square Iced Aqua panel.   

I used one of my favorite stamps sets, Party Animals and stamped the monkey and colored with my Copic markers on Premier Polar White cardstock - perfect for Copic coloring!  I popped up the image onto the panel with some foam tape after I die cut it with the matching Party Animals Confetti Cuts.   The sentiment is from Party Animals and was stamped onto a banner that was cut from Flowers for Mom Confetti Cuts.   That's it! Your done and have a cute birthday card ready to go!     I hope you have a wonderful and warm holiday season and sneak in some crafty time! 

Supply List: 
Stamps: Party Animals 


By Reverse Confetti
on December 09, 2019

Happy Monday 'Fetti Fans!  It's Amy Tsuruta and I'm sharing a trio tags.

This holiday season, my wrapping palette is kraft with pretty tags and ribbon.  I started off with the Square Window Tag.  I cut three in Premier Polar White and set them aside.
I used the This & That and Winter Solstice 6x6 Paper Pads for my pattern paper.  Using the same Square Window Tag, I also cut out the window on the pattern panels.
To make things super quick and easy, I used the same sentiment set for all three tags, Sentimental Christmas.  Love the bold but simple sentiments.

Each of the tags have been topped with the same holly spring from Joys of the Season.  They've been copic colored in matching colors and cut with their coordinating confetti cuts.

Shaker tags definitely need to go to fellow crafters for their true appreciation.  Over the weekend my crafty group had their annual holiday gathering, these shaker tags went home with some of those crafty friends.


By Jennifer del Muro
on December 08, 2019
Hello 'Fetti Fans!  We have a little surprise for you today...a brand new stamp and Confetti Cuts die set release!  Our whole team is posting today and you'll find an abundance of inspiration on their blogs and social media.  Are you ready to see what's now in store?


Coordinating Confetti Cuts
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So, why a special release?  Well, there's a little story (and a lesson for me) here.  These products were actually slated to be part of the November release, but after we received the product, I realized there were a couple of errors made in editing.  There are no misspelled words or anything like that.  On the stamp set there are a couple of dots that don't line up correctly on the bottom left flake. You didn't even notice did you? LOL!  Well, either did I when approving the proofs - oops!  It's definitely not something that you notice, but I have to stand behind each and every product that goes out and I didn't feel quite right about it.  In addition, on the dies a couple of the smaller image cuts are attached to a larger flake.  This doesn't hinder the ability to cut each piece and the set is 100% functional.  So, that being said, we are having a special release.  These will be considered "limited edition" and available ONLY on the Reverse Confetti site because we will not be doing a re-order on them. We're even offering a generous discount on them! 
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The new SNOWFLAKES set really is beautiful and, as you hop you'll see how fun the Confetti Crew had playing with these new goodies.  I love all the colors that they used!
For my project, I went with a more traditional color scheme of navy, gold and white...
To create this card, I started by cutting a piece of our Confetti Colors Navy cardstock with the STITCHED BURSTS Cover Panel from our November release.  From there, I cut the window using the ROUNDED STITCHED WINDOW Confetti Cuts die set.
Each of the snowflakes is stamped on the Navy cardstock and heat embossed in gold.  I layered each with a piece of gold cardstock, too.
Can you tell this is a shaker card?  I used a gold polka dot vellum (in my stash from ages ago) instead of a plain clear acetate.  If you look at the bottom of the window, you can see all the sequins that are in the shaker portion.
The sentiment is stamped in Navy ink and layered with Premier Polar White cardstock and a bit of gold cardstock, too.  As a finishing touch, I added sequins and tiny rhinestones.
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Check out what the Confetti Crew has to share with you today using the new SNOWFLAKE stamps and Confetti Cuts dies...

Reverse Confetti Blog

Amy Kolling

Tricia Barber

Kelly Lunceford

Lisa Henke

Heather Hoffman

Amy Tsuruta

Kathy Schweinfurth

Audrey Tokach

Jeanne Jachna

Deanne Kuntz

Channin Pelletier

Olga Moss

Olga Matyushevskaya 

Ali Farmer

Daniel West


By Reverse Confetti
on December 06, 2019
1 comment
Hello, friends! 
Olga Moss ia here with my new card inspiration for you. 

Making cards in stamping and masking technique is always so interesting way. I love layers and textures in the cards, but sometimes I want to create a simple illustration. And when I saw this angel in the Joyous Holiday stamp set, I certainly wanted to multiply it to get a whole crowd of angels.

So I used masking paper and stamped the bottom row first, then the middle row, and then the top row. In fact, this method is not easy, here you will need patience to cut a lot of angels, but it's worth it! I did the same with the top of the background and stamped the wreaths.

When I covered all my images with a masks I blended the entire background using Buttercup and Tangerine Dye Ink Pads and sprinkled it all with watercolor.

After my panel was done, I removed the masks and colored all the images with Copic markers. I also added three shooting stars to emphasize the magic atmosphere on the card. Next I made the sentiment using Blessed Confetti Cuts. And I added the sentiment to the card. 

Thank you for stopping by today.
 I’ll be back soon with another fun card!


By Reverse Confetti
on December 05, 2019

Hi all! Deanne here sharing my creation with you today.

So for this card I knew I wanted a coffee thank you theme. I pulled out all my Reverse Confetti goodies and got to work! This card was simple enough to pull off as it includes repetitive stamping.

I blended Salsa, Tangerine, and Sunshine inks on five little pieces of Cloud White cardstock.

Next I stamped the coffee cup from the Drink More Coffee set (because I will be giving this to a male boss I wiped off the ink before stamping that forms the coffee foam heart). I used the coordinating Confetti Cuts and adhered the cups on top of each other.

Lastly I added the sentiment using the Thank You Confetti Cuts, which I cut and stacked on top of each other. This was a fun one, I think I need try more, maybe with some different stacked shapes!


By Reverse Confetti
on December 04, 2019
Hi Fetti Friends! It's good to be here with you today! I'm sharing a festive holiday design using one of my favorite recent sets; Joyous Holiday! These little angels have stolen my heart! I've used each of them separately on different cards, but for today, I brought them all together to create an angelic scene!

To begin, I stamped each of the three angels and the three wreaths using black ink. I colored them with Copic markers and then used the Joyous Holiday Confetti Cuts to die cut them. I set them aside and got to work on the background and sentiment.

I used the Diagonal Stitches Cover Panel on a 4 by 5 1/4 inch panel of Piggy Bank Cardstock and then die cut the window portion using theRounded Stitched Window Confetti Cuts. It then used both pieces together to die cut the white frame and then added it to the window cut out using liquid glue.

The entire pink panel is added to a standard A2 top folding card base using foam squares for dimension. I added the three wreaths using foam squares as well. The angels got a dusting of coarse crystal glitter to their wings and dresses for a heavenly sparkle!

I also added a few sparkling clear sequins to the window opening and the middle wreath. The sentiment is heat embossed in white for a nice crisp look and then added to the top left corner.

This was such a fun card to create and I will enjoy sending it out this holiday season! I hope you get a chance to get some holiday crafting done! Thanks for joining me today!


By Reverse Confetti
on December 03, 2019
Hi, Fetti Fans!  It's Kathy and I'm up on the Reverse Confetti blog today with a 'sweet' little project that's easy to create and fun to give!
During the holidays, I'm always looking for quick treat gifts for friends, co-workers, neighbors and others.  This sweet hot cocoa pocket card is very simple to make.  Taking an A2 card base of CLOUD WHITE cardstock (with fold on the left), I made an angle cart on the front then cut a pattern paper from the WINTER WONDERLAND paper pad slightly smaller to layer.  On the inside, I layered a piece of ROYAL PURPLE cardstock.  Then, I adhered the card together at the bottom and right side. 
The adorable bear is from the BIG BEAR stamp set which I copic colored.  I cut ROYAL PURPLE and silver glitter cardstock using the WARM HUGS Confetti Cuts and offset them.  Adding a packet of hot cocoa and a candy cane put the finishing touches to this tasty treat!

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