Happy Sunday, friends! 

The Reverse Confetti mini-release is here and we are celebrating with a fun and inspirational blog hop! This release (available now) consists of 2 new Confetti Cuts (cover dies) and a coordinating stamp set! I created two bright, rainbow-themed cards today that feature the new Floral Chain Cover Panel and Scripty Sentiments Stamp Set. The blog hop line-up is at the bottom of this post, so be sure to hop along to see all of the beautiful projects created to showcase this new mini-release!

For the first card, I die cut the Floral Chain die twice in white, then stacked and adhered them together for a bit of extra dimension. Next, I die cut the florals in rainbow colors and adhered them to the Floral Chain cover panel. (I cut extra florals to use with the next card).

Once complete, I die cut 1/4” strips in the same colors as the florals and adhered them diagonally to the bottom half of the card panel. To finish, I stamped a sentiment from coordinating Scripty Sentiments stamp set onto an A2-sized, top-folding white card base and adhered it behind the floral frame.

For the second card, I die cut Peekaboo Cover Panel in white, then stamped a sentiment from the Scripty Sentiments set onto the center. Next, I adhered the leftover florals in rainbow order, framing the sentiment. 

I adhered some of the flowers with foam squares for offset the dimension. To finish, I adhered the panel onto an A2-sized, top-folding card base.

I hope that you enjoyed these cards today! If you'd like to see more inspiration for this mini-release, be sure to check out Reverse Confetti Blog! You can find the entire blog hop line-up below!

Thank you so much for stopping by!


  1. so pretty, LOVE the colors.

  2. Alive with joy. Great cards.

  3. Beautiful, cheerful cards! I love the balance of white and bright color!

  4. I love the flowers in all the beautiful colors....especially loved the addition of the strips on your card also. This cover plate has so many possibilities! Lovely job Dee TFS

  5. Rainbow flowers….Wow, they’re lovely on your card!