Hello and welcome to the Reverse Confetti Birthday blog hop! Today RC is SEVEN years old.  WOW! I am so happy to be part of the design team of this company and to be able to use its products. And I want to wish Jen stability and longevity to her brainchild - Reverse Confetti. Yay!
 We are not having our usual birthday release this month.  We've had to push it back to June 8th due to Coivd-19 related manufacturing delays. 

We are still celebrating our birthday with a special birthday themed hop and today is the last day to take advantage our week-long birthday sale. 

You'll find the full hop list at the end of this post. 

I’m excited to share with you some inspiration featuring the mix of our products! I love them all!

I started with a piece of milk kraft card stock the blend the Abandoned Coral Distress Oxide with the Mustard Seed Distress Ink on. At the bottom of the background, I made a separate blending using Sand Dye Ink to simulate the top of the cake.
Next I stamped the adorable images from the Joyous Holiday stamp set in black ink and colored them with copic markers. I used the Joyous Holiday Confetti Cuts to die cut the images. But as you can see, the stamp set includes Christmas angels. For my card, I transformed them a little into fairies. How cute they are, aren't they? 

From there, I layered the Candles Confetti Cuts on the background and die cut the candles. I wanted to add sparkle to the candles, so I decided to make a shaker. On the photo is not very visible, but in life, this shaker shimmer and create an atmosphere of magic.

I added my images on the background with foam tape and white heat embossed sentiment from the Birthday Wishes stamp set. 

But that's not all. To decorate an improvised cake with candles, I added a few flowers that I stamped using Choose Joy stamp set. 

Have fun hoping along with  the designers today!  



Hi there, fetty fans! I’ve got some inspirations for you today on the Reverse Confetti Blog
My today’s card feature beautiful Butterfly Wreath stamp set. 

I started by stamping butterfly wreath and four separate butterflies using Antique Linen Distress Ink onto watercolor paper and coloured all the images using my watercolor paint. Once I finished my watercolouring each piece, I let it air dry and die cut it using Butterfly Wreath Confetti Cuts.

Next, I worked on the background. I ink blending Avocado Dye Ink only on the edges of the background. And I sprinkled some watercolors on it. Then I die cut rows of stitched scalloped lines using Stitched Scallops Cover Panel Confetti CutsAfter I added my image onto the background with foam tape. 

I stamped the sentiment from the Birthday Wishes stamp set with Versamark ink and heat embossed in white. I added the sentiment to the card with foam tape, and that completes the card! 

I hope you enjoyed the inspiration I had for you today. 
Thank you for stopping by!



Hello everyone! I  hope you're all right. 
Today I want to show you this fun summer card that I made for the Reverse Confetti Blog

I started by stamping the images from Ice Cream Social stamp set with black hybrid ink and colored them with my alcohol markers. Then, I used Ice Cream Social Confetti Cuts to die cut the images out. 

For the background I used Bumblebee Dye Ink PadI used some grass dies to layer the ground and each layer was ink blended with Cracked Pistachio Distress oxide ink. I sprayed everything with watercolor paint. I think these droplets give a fun look. I also added a piece of paper from the Cue The Confetti 6x6 Pad to the top of the background. This will be a separate background for the sentiment. The big word HAPPY is just part of the new Happy Easter Confetti Cuts. I just die cut it and cut off the extra parts. So the Easter phrase became common.

Next I placed the images on the grassy hills.
 All finished!



Hello and welcome to the Reverse Confetti monthly creative hop!

It’s an off-month so there’s no new release, so it’s the perfect time to play with some older goodies and inspire you to maybe use some stamps you may already have in your stash. 

You'll find the full hop list at the end of this post. 

God made rainbows to remind us that even the stormiest times have bright endings. - It was these delightful words that inspired me to create this card. Because in this difficult situation in the whole World, you must believe in the best and know that the way out (the Covid-19 vaccine) will be invented! 

I stamped the images from Rainy Day Fun stamp set in a black hybrid ink and colored them with my alcohol markers.

I used some grass dies to layer the ground and each layer was ink blended with Grass Dye Ink. 
I also die cut a small square using new Double Stitch Window Cover Panel Confetti Cuts out of Mist card stock, and made a shaker. Inside the shaker I stamped a sentiment from Perfect Timing set. And I die cut the rainbow using Over The Rainbow Confetti Cuts from different cardstock colours and assembled the rainbow. Next I placed the rainbow behind the grassy hills. Once that was done, I adhered the images with foam tape. All finished!


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Hello everyone! 
This is the third day and the last in a row when I share my inspiration from the Reverse Confetti March Release
Good to see you here again!

Today I have prepared for you a card on the school theme. It seems to me that during the world quarantine period, the topic of studying and visiting educational institutions is particularly acute. Life teaches us to take responsibility for our actions, teaches us awareness. So our children continue to study every day, doing it consciously. No kidding here.

I like that the new School Days stamp set has movement elements, so you can create a more active composition in the card. I fell madly in love with this bus, so I didn't think twice about making a road for it.

The images were stamped in a black hybrid ink, colored with copic markers, and die cut out with the School Days Confetti Cuts.

I created an ink blended background.
Then I cut the background in two parts so that I could stick it on black cardstock and get the road.

Next I stamped the sentiment with Versamark ink and heat embossed in white onto Lime Green cardstock.

I added all the images and the sentiment to the card with foam tape. 
Also to complete the composition I added a snail from the Chalk It Up set.

Thank you so much for stopping by!