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Friday, March 18, 2016

Spring Fling Blog Hop from Reverse Confetti


Well, spring is definitely in the air!  Jen, the Confetti Crew and I thought it would be fun to help welcome it along with a SPRING FLING blog hop from REVERSE CONFETTI!  We have lots of bright inspiration to get you sweet spring projects a kickstart!  There's also a PRIZE to be had, so be sure and get all those details on the Reverse Confetti blog.

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So thanks for joining us!  The hop started over on the Reverse Confetti Blog, and you should have made it here from Lisa's blog.  Ok, let me tell you about my little project!

Today I'm sharing some sweet little Easter treat packaging using our MINI ENVIE Confetti Cuts dies.  I plan to put some chocolate in them, and Lindsie has already claimed them to give out to her friends.


I kept them really simple (the key to mass-producing crafts!) and embellished them by stamping "Happy Easter" from the new WHOLE LOTTA HAPPY stamp set onto a flag banner from the LOVE NOTE Confetti Cuts die.  I then layered the flowers from cardstock and felt which I cut from the new FLOWERS FOR MOM Confetti Cuts die set.  I used some pop dots to attach them to the front and then they were complete!


Ok, I hope you've enjoyed our Spring Fling!  Here's a master list of all the Confetti Crew to keep you inspired!

Reverse Confetti Blog (prize details here)

Susan Liles

Fetti Friend–Nina-Marie Trapani

Heather Pulvirenti

Lisa Henke

Kay Miller

Amy Rohl

Amy Tsuruta

Audrey Tokach

Amy Sheffer

Sarah Gough

Leigh Penner

Laurie Schmidlin

Lisa Addesa


celebrate

32 comments:

  1. Love your mini envies!! The paper you used is so springy. I always love your creations!!

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  2. Lovely mini envies, I wouldn't mind getting some chocolate in them:-))

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  3. These are super sweet and great for gift giving.

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  4. Some people are going to get some really sweet Easter thoughtfulness! The little envelopes are in such pretty pastel colors and just perfect for a little piece of chocolate!

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  5. These are the perfect thing for my GS troop for Easter gifties. Thanks for the inspiration. Love the felt and cardstock texture on the flowers, too.

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  6. Cute bunch of holders,
    with the fun felt flowers.
    Carla from Utah

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  7. Adorable project and love the papers you used for this spring project.

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  8. These are lovely, and perfect to tuck a little treat inside!

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  9. An adorable set of mini-envelopes! The flowers/flowers are very sweet, and I like the way you stamped Happy Easter in two colors overlapping.

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  10. Love your idea. Beautiful goodies holder.

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  11. Your little envelopes are darling! The flowers look fabulous and I just love the way you stamped your sentiment!

    Kate
    Small Bits of Paper

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  12. Very cute--would love to receive chocolate in these.

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  13. So cute!! Great idea!! I would want to give them to my friends too haha

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  14. So cute! Love the flower and tag on each one!

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  15. I really like these envelopes. Since I have a great fondness for flowers, the combination of felt and card stock stir the creative juices!

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  16. these little envelopes are so cute!!

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  17. These treat packages are super cute! Thank you for sharing them!

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  18. the colors really speak spring.
    Great idea for holding small treats.
    thanks for sharing.

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  19. Oh my goodness! These are absolutely darling and super Spring-y! ;0)

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  20. What sweet little gift bags! I love the look of the cardstock and felt flowers!

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  21. These are super adorable!!! Love the colors you used and the flowers really add a special touch. Thank you for sharing your awesome project!

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  22. Adorable! I love making quick little baggies like this!

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  23. Love those soft colored papers and daisy flowers!

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  24. I always love how creative you are with the stamps and dies!

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