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Monday, December 8, 2014

Pretty Packaging Blog Hop from Reverse Confetti


Well, it's the 8th of the month and REVERSE CONFETTI has got a brand new shiny BLOG HOP for y'all to get lots of inspiration from.  With Christmas just right around the corner, we know there are those little gifty things that just look so much cuter in some "pretty packaging".  So we've put our thinking caps on and the Confetti Crew and friends have come up with some unique ideas to make your gift giving craftiness come together in a snap! 

The hop started over on the REVERSE CONFETTI Blog HERE and y'all should have made it my blog via SARAH'S Blog HERE. It would be worth your while to start at the beginning of the hop, so you don’t miss a thing!

Our oldest daughter, Shelbie had so much fun doing some "light crafting" with me on Thanksgiving that I thought I'd put together a little something for her that she could do on her own to make as part of her very own "pretty packaging" this year.  I made her this cute and VERY SIMPLE tag kit, inspired by some that I had seen at Target.


This was so easy to make--I simply die cut all the pieces for her.  The tag is cut from the TAG ME Confetti Cuts in two different patterned papers.  The trees are from BRANCH OUT and the name banners are from the LOVE NOTE Confetti Cuts.  I then stamped the "to/from" sentiments from the LIGHTHEARTED LETTERS stamp set on each banner. 


The dividers inside my tin were a little tricky, but with a few measurements and folds of some cardstock, I soon had it cut down to where I needed it, and kept adding layers of folded cardstock to made the smaller compartments.   


I made this tag kit as a set of 8, but it can be made with more (or less), but I was sure to cut an extra of everything to create the tag for the top of my box as her example on how to put it together.  I'm sure she can come up with some glue, but underneath the tags in the largest compartment, I included some pop dots to pop up the tree!  Shelbie's going to love getting these on Tuesday when she comes over!




Ok, 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! You've reached the end of the hop!  If you got lost along the way, you can find the hop order and list of all the participating designers over on the Reverse Confetti blog.
 
Want to win some REVERSE CONFETTI 
 of your very own?  
Just comment on each designer's blogs for your chance!  Comments will close on Wednesday at midnight CST and the winner will be announced over on the RC blog on Friday's "Week in Reverse" post.  Good luck!

SUSIE Q-TIP:  Tie your "sample" tag onto the front of the box with enough ribbon for the recipient to get some use from it as well.  They could easily use it instead of the included twine to tie through the tag's hole for a special gift.  Also, you don't NEED a tin to make this project happen.  Keep it super simple and just put all your pieces into a glassine or clear plastic bag/envelope and attach the handmade tag to the front. 

Stamps:  Lighthearted Letters (Reverse Confetti)
Paper:  White, Pure Poppy, Dark Chocolate (PTI), Dark Kraft (Paper Studio), Candycane Lane (Teresa Collins)
Ink:  Tuxedo Memento Black
Accessories:  Tag Me, Branch Out, Love Note Confetti Cuts (Reverse Confetti), Metal Tin, Star Sequins, Ribbon, Red/White Divine Twine (TCP), Foam Boosters

20 comments:

  1. This is so sweet. I love all the bits and parts you created.

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  2. This is such a stinkin cute idea! I'll take one please!

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  3. What a very thoughtful gift, she'll love it :)

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  4. My take on your gift box: BRILLIANT! What a wonderful way to share - and inspire - creativity in and with your daughter! A sweet gift, infused with love!
    ~c

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  5. Your tag kit is just the cutest thing ever. What a great gift idea.
    isoscia at aol dot com

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  6. A great gift to get. A lot of the work is done and ready make tags.
    Love this idea. Have to remember it for my Stampin' ladies next Christmas.
    thanks for sharing.

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  7. Adorable tag set with a sample tag to boot! Wonderful!

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  8. This is so cute. I have several of these tins and I am going to make one for myself and my dds, filled with holiday tags. Thanks for the idea.

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  9. What a great gift! If you use one of the Tim Holtz tins, you could include a couple mini distress ink pads, a blending tool, and a couple small stamps! I may have to do that! :)

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  10. What a gorgeous little tin of tags! I love being able to repurpose things!

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  11. Absolutely fabulous project! I love that little tin, and can think of several folks who'd love to get this as a gift. Any suggestions from your trial and error to get the dividers to work?

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  12. This is an absolutely brilliant idea. I can think of tons of groups this project would be good for. Thanks so much!

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