Sunday, February 8, 2015

Confetti Creative Hop!


This is post 1 of 2 for today...click HERE for my The Alley Way Guest Designer post!




It’s the 8th of the month and, as you know, we hop on the 8th of every month.  Although this month is  a non-release month, we still have some fabulous Confetti Creativity to share with you!!!
You should have arrived here from the awesome Kathy Martin's blog!  If not, you'll want to start at the beginning of the hop which is the Reverse Confetti blog!  In case of a break or if you detour, there is a full list of Confetti Crew members and ‘Fetti Friends hopping on the Reverse Confetti blog!

Be sure to leave a comment at each stop along the way for a chance to win a $15 gift certificate!  Comments are open until Thursday at noon CST and a winner will be announced on Friday.



The coupon code is valid February 8, 9 and 10 on new retail orders placed through the Reverse Confetti site.  The coupon code must be entered at the time order is placed.  No refunds or adjustments will be made.  Limited to in stock items.  No rainchecks.

Big shout out to my teamie Amber!  I had the fabulous opportunity to meet up with her plus a bunch of other wonderful bloggie friends...more on that on another day!

So, if you've been following me for a bit, you know that I have 2 kids.  My daughter is going to college and living in an apartment with 2 of her friends and I love to send her happy mail.  With Valentine's Day around the corner, I embellished some chocolate for her:



Heart shaped Junior Mints and a gigantic Hershey's Kiss!

For the Junior Mints, I wrapped the box with a belly band and used the Circles 'n Scallops Confetti Cuts to have a spotlight for the sentiment from the Sugary Sweet Sentiments set!  I added the Studio Calico gems as a bit of contrast.

I love the size of this Kiss!


Felt, who doesn't love felt?  I used the Petals 'n Posies Confetti Cuts with wool felt.   It's such a fun way to top a giftie!  The box has a woodgrain belly band which is a fun contrast with the felt.

sugary sweet sentiments
sugary sweet sentiments

circles 'n scallops
circles 'n scallops

petals 'n posies confetti cuts
petals 'n posies confetti cuts
That's it for me...now hippety hop over to the super Amy Sheffer's blog!




59 comments:

  1. Hey Amy!! I totally love gift packaging is so cute. I want to try using felt on some of my projects. Nicely done.

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  2. Ohhhhhhhhh I just love love love these!!!!! So fun!!!!!!

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  3. So so sweet! Your daughter will love these!

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  4. mmmmm! Chocolate and RC together....you just made my day. this is great, Amy!

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  5. Oh myyyyy...I didn't realize the Hershey Kisses came in gigantic size! WANT! Your treats for your daughter are a winning combination of wonderful goodies and beautiful packaging! You're such an awesome mom...
    Hugs~c

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  6. Love these candy wraps -- the kiss box is too cute and jr mints are my fav!

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  7. These are so sweet! I would love to get this happy mail. :)

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  8. These look great ! Your daughter will be sooo happy with the Valentine-mail !

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  9. Adorable way to dress up chocolate yumminess! Those look amazing ♥

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  10. SUPER SWEET Treat Boxes!!! :-) I LOVE this sweet idea!!! THANKS for sharing and have a Fabulous week!!! :-)

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  11. Love these, Amy! Now I'm craving Junior Mints, haha!! It was so freaking fun to meet you yesterday, can't wait for the next crafty day!!!

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  12. Cute and simple. What could be better?

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  13. oh my gosh how yummy!!!! love the packaging!!

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  14. Great idea for giving a treat!

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  15. Ahhh, such sweet packaging for the treats!!

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  16. Oh wow...what a cute way to dress up your treats! And you used to of my favorite chocolates...especially the Junior Mints!!

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  17. Super cute treat gift ideas!! Thanks so much for the inspiration!

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  18. Wonderful gifts. I am sure your daughter and friends will love them.

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  19. so cute amy.. I love those little treats and so will your daughter and friends..it is always nice to get happy mail that is homemade.. :)

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  20. I love these - great way to dress up candy bars! Cute!

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  21. Darling little boxes. Adore the felt flowers.

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  22. Super cute treat packaging - love the flowers.
    isoscia at aol dot com

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  23. Very nice way to send treats! Your daughter will love you for them! And the "mint" sentiment is perfect!

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  24. How. friggin'. cute. are. these. Sorry for that sentence but my jaw DROPPED open when I clicked on this post. These treat packages are ADORABLE!!! I am in awe!!

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  25. Seriously. How CUTE are these?!!...sigh...

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  26. Your daughter will love these treats!

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  27. Great projects.

    craftymom205 at yahoo dot com

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  28. I love these! The flowers on top of the kiss box are so sweet!

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  29. I love using wool felt with die cuts too! Thanks for giving me a great idea! Your flowers are so pretty!

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  30. These are adorable! Fun treat presentations!

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  31. Very fun love!!! I love decorating little treats for my peeps....so much fun!!!

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  32. Your treats turned out so cute! Your daughter is a lucky girl!

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  33. Awww your daughter will totally love this happy mail!

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  34. Oh, yum! Super adorable packaging AND chocolate? She's going to LOVE this!

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  35. So super fun Amy!!!!
    Awesome projects!

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  36. Amy those felt flowers are so sweet to to top off the cute box. :)

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  37. What precious Valentine gift ideas....all made with Reverse Confetti stamps and dies!

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  38. I'ms sure your daughter will adore these!!!

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  39. Loving those little felt flowers - adorable!!!!

    Deanne :)

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  40. I love this great idea!!! so amazing!

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  41. Such a cute idea! Love the felt flowers! :)

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  42. Love the felt flowers. The covers of the candy is great. Fun way to jazz up an ordinary item without being too fussy.
    thanks for sharing.

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  43. Love, love, love these! I think you've finally convinced my to break down and buy petals and posies. So cute!

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  44. looking good amy! I need some chocolate, stat!

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  45. Cute ways to decorate your little treats.

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  46. Cute ideas to use on care packages for my son. Thx!

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  47. Fabulous little gift, the packaging alone is a wonderful gift.

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  48. AWWWWW! your daughter is going to LOVE that happy mail!! what sweet little touches to the candy!! you think of everything!! the felt is fantastic!!

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  49. Such fun, festive, delicious projects, Amy! Yum!

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Cheers,
~amy~