Anything Goes – Reverse Confetti

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Hey crafty friends! I’m playing along with Reverse Confetti’s Anything Goes challenge! Use whatever Reverse Confetti products are in your stash. Maybe you bought something and never used it, maybe you only used a product once. Anything Goes encourages you to make something where the only limitation is your imagination – how fun! For my card, I decided to use some patterned paper and the In All Things stamp set and coordinating Confetti Cuts. I’ve had it in my stash, but never used it. What better time than fall cardmaking season?!


  • Stamp and heat emboss all 3 single leaves on various patterned paper sheets from the Darling Dots paper pad. I choose 5 different colors and heat embossed in copper embossing powder (Penny from Brutus Monroe).
  • Die cut each leaf with the coordinating Confetti Cuts.
  • Stamp and heat emboss the large wreath on white cardstock. I heat embossed in copper embossing powder.
  • Die cut the wreath with the coordinating Confetti Cut.
  • Using the large wreath as a base, arrange the patterned paper leaves around the wreath. Pop up each leaf layer with foam tape for dimension.
  • On another piece of white cardstock, stamp and heat emboss the small vine/leaf image directly onto the panel. Again, I heat embossed in the same copper embossing powder.
  • Adhere the completed wreath on top of the white panel, allowing the small vine/left images to peek out on the wreath’s perimeter.
  • Stamp the sentiment below the wreath in distress oxide ink, dusty concord.
  • Splatter the panel with gold metallic watercolor.
  • Add final embellishments of coordinating sequins and copper twine to add more detail to the card.
  • Adhere the finished card front onto a panel of patterned paper from the This & That paper pad.
  • Adhere to an A2-sized card base.

Hope you liked the card and were inspired to craft along with me. Thanks for stopping by and have a great day! 🙂

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