April 28, 2015

Reverse Confetti Spring Fling Bloghop!


Hello! Some of the Reverse Confetti Confetti Crew are hopping today, celebrating Spring with some great giftie projects.


The hop started over on the Reverse Confetti Blog - you'll want to hop along and visit with everyone for the chance to WIN $15 to spend in the Reverse Confetti store!


It's teacher gift season - so out came my Tagged Tote Confetti Cuts to make a gift box for a special teacher! 

The sentiment is from the wonderful Roundabout Additions stamp set. I've cut it with the largest circle from Scallops 'n Circles. Behind the focal sentiment is the Diagonal Stripe Pretty Panels Confetti Cuts and the Triple Chevies Confetti Cuts

I've added some gold accents with the Hello Confetti Cuts and an arrow from the Documented Confetti Cuts.


It's time to hop on over and visit Leigh now - Enjoy!








36 comments:

  1. Adorable gift for that special teacher. Fun to make and fun to receive.

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  2. Super cute gift bag for a teacher! Love the colors and oh that gray paper!!! LOVE ♥

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  3. Great gift for a teacher. Love the colors!

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  4. Love the tote. Will be great for any gifting occasions.
    thanks for sharing.

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  5. This is so super cute!! I'm really coveting that chevron die!

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  6. Super sweet gifty!! I love the tote dies for little gifts. This one is darling with the pink and grey and pops of gold!!

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  7. Great project with a beautiful color combination! Love that touch of gold!

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  8. So cute and I love
    the touches of gold
    and the hello die!
    Carla from Utah

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  9. Love the new designer stripes die! Fantastic project you crafted to share!

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  10. Love all the layers and fun colors on this super-fabulous gift bag!

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  11. Great packaging! I love that woodgrain paper and the straws

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  12. Love the bright pink and gray combination! The gold pops and apple set off the treat tote perfectly.

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  13. Such a cute treat holder!!!!

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  14. FUN!! THANKS for sharing and have a FABULOUS WEEK!! =)

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  15. There would be some very excited teachers who received this as a gift. I love the colours you used and how you layered all the different shapes across the front. The golden hello is stunning too!

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  16. What a wonderful gift you've created, Sarah - gorgeous paper/color choices!
    =] Michele

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  17. what a fantastic project... any teacher would love to receive it!

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  18. What an adorable gift box. Move to the front of the class, Sarah. You are now "the teacher's pet." Great layering and I love the gold sentiment. Nice job. :-)

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  19. Cute gift bag. Teacher or not I would love to get something like this

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  20. I think the Roundabout Additions is awesome!! Those teachers are going to love your super cute gift bag!!

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  21. This gift bag is just too darn cute! Who wouldn't love to receive this?

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  22. I so love these little sentiments and to double them makes it even sweeter. I love the little bag!

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  23. What fun little treat bags! So much fun!

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  24. Such a cute treat bag. Thanks for all the inspiration.

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  25. Such a cute treat bag. Love the non-traditional teacher colors.

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  26. Wonderful Teacher Gift Bag! Great job!

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  27. Adorable treat box!!!! I love your color combo!

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  28. Sarah, what an adorable gift bag! I love seeing ideas like this!

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