You're So Very Kind | Reverse Confetti

Hello crafty friends! I have another card to show you today using some of the products in Reverse Confetti’s most recent release!

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First I stamped the adorable critter from the Heart Pals stamp set and colored it in using Copic markers. I cut him out using the coordinating die set.

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I picked out a piece of patterned paper from the From Cupid paper pad and cut it down to 4.25 x 5.5. I adhered that panel to an A2 card base. I then cut a panel of white cardstock to be slightly smaller than the A2 base. I cut a square window out of the top half of the white panel and then popped it up on the card base with foam tape.

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For the sentiment I picked out a stamp from the Patterned Hearts stamp set and embossed it with white embossing powder on black cardstock. I then popped up the sentiment strip onto the card with foam tape. I also popped up the little cat image in the window on the card.

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To finish up the card I went over the sentiment with Wink of Stella glitter. I also added some highlights to my colored in image with a white gel pen. Finally I added a few sequins using liquid glue.


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February 2019 Stock Your Stash Challenge | Reverse Confetti

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Have you heard of the Stock Your Stash 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. Reverse Confetti stamps and/or Confetti Cuts are required to win. You may enter as many times as you wish. 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. Enter on the Reverse Confetti blog!

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This month’s them is “Encouragement & Congratulations” and here is a look at what I came up with for the challenge! First I stamped a few of the images from the Big Bear stamp set onto some white cardstock and colored them in using Copic markers. I then used the coordinating die set to cut them out.

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I used the Diagonal Stitches cover panel on a piece of white cardstock. I then glued that panel to a slightly larger piece of light gray cardstock and then that to an A2 panel of dark gray cardstock. I then adhered that panel onto a card base.

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For the sentiment I embossed the stamp which says “i’m pulling for you” onto some black cardstock with a white embossing powder. I popped the sentiment strip and the two bear images up onto my card using foam tape.

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I added some highlights to my images with a white gel pen. I went over the eyes on the bears with Glossy Accents to make them stand out. I went over the sentiment strip with Wink of Stella glitter. Finally I added a few sequins and the card was done.

Be sure to head over to the Reverse Confetti blog for even more inspiration!


Affiliate links have been used at no cost to you! This simply means that when you purchase something through one of my links, I make a small profit. This money helps me to be able to keep creating things to share with you.

Rainbow Hearts Card | Reverse Confetti Blog Hop

Hello everyone! Welcome to the February 2019 Reverse Confetti blog hop! Today I am sharing a card created with a stamp set from the January release.

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This is a really quick and simple card, but it has a look that packs a real punch! Sometimes it is the simple cards that really stand out. For this card I used the Patterned Hearts stamp set. I cut a white piece of cardstock to 3 x 8 and placed it in my MISTI tool.

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I chose one of the heart stamps from the set and placed it in my MISTI. I then stamped it across the panel with a bunch of different colors of ink to create a rainbow. The MISTI tool makes doing this really easy because you can keep the stamp in the same position and just move the paper.

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I popped up the heart panel onto a 4 x 9 card base with foam tape. For the sentiment I stamped the “happy heart day” stamp onto some black cardstock and embossed it with a white embossing powder. I then popped the sentiment strip up onto the lower right corner of the card. To finish up the card I added a sprinkling of sequins.

Thanks for stopping by with me today! If you would like to check out the whole January release from Reverse Confetti I have links below. To continue hopping along you can follow these links:

Amy Kolling

Amy Sheffer

Tricia Barber

Kelly Lunceford

Lisa Henke

Heather Hoffman

Amy Tsuruta

Kathy Schweinfurth

Audrey Tokach

Jeanne Jachna

Ali Farmer

Deanne Kuntz

Ashley Tucker <— You are here

Lindsay Lajola


Affiliate links have been used at no cost to you! This simply means that when you purchase something through one of my links, I make a small profit. This money helps me to be able to keep creating things to share with you.

Belated Birthday Card | Reverse Confetti

Hello crafty friends! I have another card to show you today using some of the products in Reverse Confetti’s most recent release!

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I started this card by stamping the bear and knitting needles from the Big Bear stamp set onto some Neenah solar white cardstock. I colored them in with Arteza watercolor markers. I then used the coordinating dies to cut them out. I used some glue to adhere the knitting needles to the bear so that it looks like he is using them.

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Next I used the Diagonal Stitches cover panel to die cut some white cardstock. I then rotated the die panel on the paper and ran it through my big shot again to create a quilted look. I thought this would work well with the knitting theme of the card. I mounted my quilted square onto a piece of dark gray cardstock and then popped that up on a square card base.

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For the sentiment I stamped one of the stamps from the Big Bear set onto some coral colored cardstock and embossed it in white. I cut that down to a strip and glued it to my card. I then took the bear and glued him to the card as well.

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To finish up the card I added a mixture of sequins going across the card. I also used a white gel pen to add some highlights to the bear.

Affiliate links have been used at no cost to you! This simply means that when you purchase something through one of my links, I make a small profit. This money helps me to be able to keep creating things to share with you.

Love is in the Air | Reverse Confetti Stock Your Stash Challenge

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Have you heard of the Stock Your Stash 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. Reverse Confetti stamps and/or Confetti Cuts are required to win. You may enter as many times as you wish. 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. Enter on the Reverse Confetti blog!

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This months theme is “Love is in the Air” and here is a look at what I came up with for the challenge! I created the background by stamped one of the hearts from the Patterned Hearts stamp set as well as the trio of hearts from the Heart Pals stamp set.

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I stamped the cat from the Heart Pals stamp set onto Bristol Smooth paper and colored it in with Arteza watercolor markers. I think this stamp fits the challenge so well! I created the heart behind my critter by using both of the dies from the Patterned Hearts die set.

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For the sentiment I heat embossed one of the stamps from the Heart Pals set onto some dark red cardstock with a white embossing powder. I went over the sentiment with Wink of Stella to make it all sparkly.

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For the card base I used a panel of red panel which was die cut with the Diagonal Stitches cover panel. To finish up the card I added a few clear sequins.

Be sure to head over to the Reverse Confetti blog for even more inspiration!


Affiliate links have been used at no cost to you! This simply means that when you purchase something through one of my links, I make a small profit. This money helps me to be able to keep creating things to share with you.