Hello friends! Today’s project combines stamps and dies from Reverse Confetti with some of Thermoweb’s fabulous products to bring you some fun inspiration for card making. So, let’s dive in and see if we can learn something new together.

Card supplies:

Deco Foil Flock Transfer Sheets

Metallix – Pure Gold and Aged Copper

iCraft UltraBond Liquid Adhesive 

iCraft 3D Foam Strips

Deco Foil White Foam Adhesive

Gina K. Designs Glitz Glitter Gel – Grass Green

Reverse Confetti Dies and Stamps

Other Supplies: Cardstock, watercolor paper, markers or paints, scissors, ink, embossing powder, heat tool, embossing folder, acrylic paint, brayer, ribbon, and die-cut machine.


Using the Reverse Confetti “On the Curve Cover Panel” create a background by weaving strips of paper through the openings in the die-cut. The blue and white version in the below photo was my test to see if it would work (and it did!). I was going for a tiki beach feel and I think I’ve accomplished it. Die-cut the background from kraft cardstock and then color it using Distress Oxide inks and Distress Inks. Finish up the background by adding some Pure Gold Metallix for a bit of shimmer. Check out the close-up in the second photo – I think I achieved a bamboo mat look.

Hint: You could also achieve this look by using watercolor paper and adding color using paints or markers.

Stamp your images on watercolor paper and heat emboss. Color images using Distress Markers and water/brush or your desired medium. Die-cut waves from Blue Sky Flock Transfer Sheets and sand and sun from cardstock. Layer your pieces together and add a Reverse Confetti sentiment to complete card one.


Stamp your Reverse Confetti image on watercolor paper in black ink and heat emboss. Color using your desired medium and fussy cut with scissors. Once you have your image cut out lay it on the backside of a Flock Transfer Sheet and loosely trace around it to create a bouquet wrap; cut out the wrap.

Using a brayer, add white paint to an embossing folder of your choice. Place your Flock wrap face side against the paint in the embossing folder and run through your machine. Layer your pieces together and add a Reverse Confetti sentiment to complete your card. Note: This card uses an open envelope for a card base with a blank sheet inside for your message.

Hint: If you do not have a die-cutting or embossing machine, try stamping with paint onto Flock Transfer Sheets for a similar effect.


This card happened while playing around with my Flock Transfer Sheets and shows that you can add a Reverse Confetti sentiment from the new “Thanks” set to almost any image to create a card.

I started by embossing a Tuscan Gold Flock Transfer Sheet and used a Distress Marker to create shadows and to color the tree trunks.

After the trunks were colored I used a paper piercer to scratch off portions of the flock from the trucks to add texture. Distress Markers were the perfect medium to add color.

I added Metallix to the tree trunks and Glitz Glitter Gel to the green treetops and adhered the flock piece to a card base and added some ribbon, a button and the Reverse Confetti sentiment “from all of us” to complete the card.

Hint: Play with your embossing folders and Flock Transfer Sheets. The possibilities are endless.

Thanks for stopping by; I hope you found something new to take away with you!


Reverse Confetti Inspiration

Each day we’re shining the spotlight on the Reverse Confetti teams amazing projects they have made with our two companies’ products! Today we have a gorgeous friendship card from Amy Tsurata featuring our Deco Foil Flock Transfer Sheets. Amy used a Confetti Cuts die to create that beautiful background that pops with texture thanks to our Emerald Green Flock. It’s such a beautiful color combo!


Amy’s Supply List:

Hello Dear Friend Card

Supply list:

Reverse Confetti The Best Days stamp set
Reverse Confetti Leaf Lattice Cover Panel
Reverse Confetti Piggy Bank Cardstock
Reverse Confetti Premier Polar White Cardstock
Reverse Confetti Midnight Ink
Therm O Web – Deco Foil Flock Transfer Sheet in Emerald Green

Be sure to see more of Amy’s work on Instagram HERE! And visit Amy’s blog for more ideas with Reverse Confetti!

Before you go today and stop by the Reverse Confetti blog….how about a chance to win some goodies from both US and our friends at Reverse Confetti! We’re EACH giving away a $25 gift card to shop with us! That means you’ll be able to select from our NEW Glitz Glitter Gel colors along with our Deco Foil Flock Transfer Sheets in the perfect holiday colors! And Reverse Confetti has NEW Stamps and Confetti Cuts we know you’re going to love. Follow the Rafflecopter steps to get yourself entered! Then go HERE to see more!

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10 Comments on Creative Cardmaking with Reverse Confetti and Deco Foil

  1. mjmarmo
    November 14, 2019 at 9:58 am (4 years ago)

    Those trees are amazing! Wonderful cards and inspiration!

    • Wendy cuskey
      November 14, 2019 at 4:45 pm (4 years ago)

      Thank you!

  2. Mary Holshouser
    November 14, 2019 at 10:25 am (4 years ago)

    I love the basket weave on the first card.
    It’s a great backdrop for the the beach
    card. They are all wonderful.
    thanks for sharing

    • Wendy cuskey
      November 14, 2019 at 4:46 pm (4 years ago)


  3. Denise Bryant
    November 14, 2019 at 11:50 am (4 years ago)

    Awesome cards! love the colors and textures! The sparkly trees really catch my eye!

    • Wendy cuskey
      November 14, 2019 at 4:48 pm (4 years ago)

      Thank you so much!

  4. Lauren Bergold
    November 14, 2019 at 3:51 pm (4 years ago)

    Amazing cards all round but of course Im bound to say my friend Amy Tsuruta’s is my favorite!

    • Wendy Cuskey
      November 16, 2019 at 10:46 am (4 years ago)

      It is a beautiful card!

  5. Becca Yahrling
    November 15, 2019 at 8:22 am (4 years ago)

    Wow, the metallic sheen on the unicorn card is spectacular!
    Gorgeous cards/projects. Amy’s card is as sweet as she is! 😉

  6. Andre M.
    November 15, 2019 at 7:13 pm (4 years ago)

    Love the glitz and glam on your fun projects, thanks for sharing.