Reverse Confetti Sept 2022 | Day Three

It’s day three of the Reverse Confetti Countdown to Confetti!  You’re going to LOVE all the new products for this month.  Please note that new product links will not be active until release day/time.

We’re also welcoming our ‘Fetti Friends for September + October:

Today we are featuring:

  • Poinsettia stamps + coordinating confetti cuts
  • Christmas Card Sentiments stamps

I’m also featuring:

  • Christmas Hot Foil Combo
  • Joy to the World confetti cuts

Here’s how I was inspired:

Just say YES to pink + red for the holidays!

My first card combines:

  • Poinsettia stamps +coordinating dies
  • Christmas Card Sentiments stamps
  • Christmas Hot Foil Combo

My overall color palette is by Concord & 9th:

  • Ballet Slipper
  • Cranberry

My paper of choice when foiling is Ellen Hutson LLC’s letterpress cardstock. I used it for the base, the hot foiling and the sentiments. It takes regular dye ink wonderfully too as you can see with the Believe in the magic of the season sentiment. The letterpress base has a big rectangle die cut out of it that I used for all the other pieces of my design.

I love the Joy to the World confetti cuts. It basically makes the card. I used white cardstock for the sentiment and tons of foam adhesive.

I loaded the poinsettia image in my Mini Misti and stamped it once and rotating the panel. I trimmed everything down to accommodate the sentiment.

I can’t wait to hop around and see what my teamies designed!  Leave a comment by noon central on September 15th for a chance to win. There will be a $15 Gift Certificate for one blog commenter and also one FB commenter.  Make sure you pop over to the Reverse Confetti Blog for all the details!

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8 thoughts on “Reverse Confetti Sept 2022 | Day Three”

  1. Love how these classic and simple designs really bring our focus to the sentiments conveyed. These are very pretty!
    Lori S in PA

  2. Love your pink and red combo for these beautiful cards! The poinsettia designs are so pretty, and I love the awesome Joy to the World sentiment!

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