16 September 2022

Reverse Confetti | September 2022 Release

Hello there, today I have a card and tag to share with you using products from the Reverse Confetti September 2022 Release, which is out today! 

PLEASE NOTE: This post contains affiliate links. Please see below for my full disclosure.

I am using the new Poinsettia set, along with the Christmas Card Greetings set, for both my card and tag today. I had a lot of fun colouring in these florals/foliage. They have a modern feel to them and pack a big impact! 

I started off my card by stamping the poinsettia, holly branch (with berries) and foliage from the Reverse Confetti Poinsettia Stamp Set on to white cardstock using Memento Tuxedo Black Ink

I then coloured them using Copic Markers (the colours that I used are listed below the supplies list for reference) before die cutting out with the Reverse Confetti Poinsettia Confetti Cuts

I then look the Reverse Confetti Along the Dotted Line Cover Plate and die cut it form a panel of white cardstock. It was cut into a smaller panel and then the holly branch and foliage adhered on top with liquid glue. 

The poinsettia was adhered on top with thin foam tape. The panel was then adhered to a US A2 sized white card base with more thin foam tape. 

I took the sentiment from the Reverse Confetti Christmas Card Greetings Stamp Set and stamped it on to black cardstock with Veramark Ink. I applied white embossing powder and heat set. It was cut into a strip and adhered to the card. To finish off, I added a few Little Things from Lucy's Cards Iridescent Jewels.

If you have followed me for a while, you will know that I cannot resist a coordinating tag! While I was stamping the Reverse Confetti Poinsettia Stamp Set, I stamped double and coloured them in the same way and die cut out. 

I die cut another panel using the Reverse Confetti Along the Dotted Line Cover Plate and then further die cut it using the Reverse Confetti Lovely Tag Confetti Cuts

I cut the holly leaves from the branch using scissors (fussy cut around the berries), so that I could have individual ones. They, along with the other foliage, were adhered to the tag with liquid glue. 

The poinsettia was then adhered on top with thin foam tape, followed by the sentiment from the Reverse Confetti Christmas Card Greetings Stamp Set, which was also white heat embossed on to black cardstock. I finished off by adding twine through the tag and tying in a bow as well as embellishing with jewels. 



Here are the links to what I have used on the projects. Affiliate links are used on some products. This means that if you make a purchase after clicking on my link, I receive a small commission with no extra cost to you. I truly appreciate your support when using these links. Please click on the logo below the product to shop at your favourite store. All products were personally purchased except those from Clearly Besotted, Hero Arts or those marked with an asterisk (*) which were kindly sent to me to use. You can read my full disclosure here.

COPIC MARKERS: Poinsettia and berries - R89, R39, R37, R35, R32. Foliage and holly - G29, YG17, YG23, YG01. 


Usually there would be a blog hop celebrating the new release but this month, we are celebrating over on Instagram. You can start the hop on the Reverse Confetti Instagram Page. You can see my page/feed here

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  1. So so pretty Michelle. I agree the poinsettia do really pack a punch with their modern feel. Both your card and tag are beautifully coloured as always. I especially love the tag as its nice to see a more unusual shape of tag. Beautiful cards as always!


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