Reverse Confetti Happy Fall-idays: Halloween

Welcome to the first day of the Reverse Confetti Happy Fall-idays – an event to provide ideas and inspiration for the holidays! Today we’re featuring Halloween projects! At the end of the post I’ve provided a list of everyone from the Reverse Confetti Design Team sharing ideas for Halloween.

My first project features Halloween treat packaging. I’ve created three different tags in orange, green, black and white.


For the tag base, I used the Thanks Tag Confetti Cuts die. I stamped and heat-embossed images and sentiments from Spooky Cuties and Spooky Sentiments.


The tags are tied to tiny cauldrons filled with chocolate eyeballs!

My second project is a Trick or Treat party banner created with one of the Layered Banner Duo Confetti Cuts die.


I created the letters on my computer and cut them out with one of the Circles ‘n Scallops Confetti Cuts. I attached the letters to banners cut from patterned paper with the Layered Banner Duo Confetti Cuts die.


I punched holes on either side of the top of the banners and strung them with chunky twine!

There’s lots of inspiration being shared today by the design team, check it out!







CAS Halloween with Penny Black

I’m sharing another CAS Halloween card. This one is created with the Penny Black 51-077 Eeek! die.


I cut the BOO (Penny Black 51-077 Eeek!) multiple times from black cardstock and  a couple of times from green cardstock. Each BOO is double thick. I also cut the sentiment from white cardstock for the insides of the “o” letters and added black circles cut with a hole punch.


Reverse Confetti October SFYTT

Have you seen this month’s Sketch for You to Try at Reverse Confetti?
I created a Halloween card using the sketch as my starting point.

SFYTT Oct 2015

Here’s my take on the sketch, featuring Spooky Sentiments and Spooky Cuties.


I stamped and heat-embossed the sentiment on orange cardstock and cut it with one of the dies in the Layered Banner Duo Confetti Cuts set. I stamped and heat-embossed the ghost from Spooky Cuties three times and fussy cut them. I cut a circle in a rectangular panel to frame the ghosts and sentiment.


I hope you’ll play along! Head on over to link up your card on the Reverse Confetti Blog for your chance to win a $20 Reverse Confetti gift certificate and the title of ‘Fetti Fave!





ColourQ CAS Halloween with Penny Black

I’m playing along with ColourQ #311 using Penny Black stamps and dies. Here’s my take on the challenge colors with a CAS Halloween card:


I cut the BOO (Penny Black 51-077 Eeek!) and haunted house (Penny Black 51-073 Haunted Hollow) from black cardstock, twice each for extra depth. I backed the house with the Wisteria Wonder cardstock. The moon was cut from Kiwi Kiss and the rectangle from Tangerine Tango. I stamped a sentiment from Penny Black 30-185 Halloween Critters in Versafine ink on the card base (the font has a scribble that adds a bit of spooky!).



Reverse Confetti October Release Blog Hop

BlogHopTitleBarThe wait is over! REVERSE CONFETTI has just released THREE stamp sets, SIX Confetti Cuts, ‘Tis the Season Quick Card Panels and other crafting goodies! The hop began on the Reverse Confetti blog, and you should have made it here from Lisa’s blog. It would be worth your while to start at the beginning of the hop, so you don’t miss a thing. We have tons of inspiration for you to see using all the new Reverse Confetti stamp sets and dies!

My first project is a CAS holiday card featuring the deer image from the Jolly Holliday set and a ‘Tis the Season Quick Card Panel.


I stamped the deer image, colored it with Copic markers and cut it with its corresponding Confetti Cuts die. I heat-embossed the sentiment and adhered the deer and sentiment to a ‘Tis the Season Quick Card Panel. I added twine to complete the card.


I also created two gift boxes using the Frosted Pillow Boxes with tags made with the Layered Snowflake Confetti Cuts set.


Not only do the Frosted Pillow Boxes simplify gift packaging, you can easily customize the packaging! For my first box, I wrapped the gift in silver tissue paper, created a belly band for the pillow box from patterned paper and crafted the snowflake to match the patterned paper.


For the second package, I stuffed the pillow box with shredded paper and candy, chose a traditional holiday patterned paper for the belly band, and tied on a snowflake cut from glitter paper.



I hope you’ve enjoyed hopping with us today. Be sure and hop with us on the 8th of EVERY MONTH for more REVERSE CONFETTI inspiration! Now it’s time to hop on over to the blog of Amy Rohl. If you get lost along the way, you can find the hop order and list of all the participating designers on the Reverse Confetti blog.

Save the date! Be sure to join Reverse Confetti next week for a Happy Fall-idays event!