Hello and welcome back to another Reverse Confetti Crazy For Christmas post! Today we are focusing on gift giving. I have a couple of fun projects to share with you that hopefully will inspire you to put your Reverse Confetti products to good use creating fabulous gifts for your friends and family!
For my first project I created two cute little gift bags that I filled with Starlight mints, to give out at our Christmas eve party. I again used the little box video I found HERE to create the boxes. I then cut a circle out with the Circles N' Scallops Confetti Cuts, stamped the Christmas sentiment at the bottom, and adhered that with foam tape. I then cut out three of the Merry die and glued them all together before glueing them onto the white circle.
I then filled them both with red and green Starlight mints! So fun and festive!
For this project I created two pinch bags to fill with handmade goodies! These are larger than the little candy boxes and could be filled with cookies or other treats. I found the tutorial for the pinch box HERE. They're fun to make!
I used some older Christmas patterned paper that I had in my stash for these. I then cut the Wreath Confetti Cuts out of white card stock and glued that down. I cut a circle out of green and one out of red and glued these down. Then I cut a small white scalloped circle out, and stamped the sentiment on thsese and glued them to the larger circles. I then cut the holly and berries out, and glued those to the top of the circles.
I cut the two sizes of hearts out from the Love Note Confetti cuts, glued them together and added them to the bag with foam tape. I then stamped the with love sentiment, cut it out into a banner shape ( by hand) and tucked it up under the edge of the hearts. Now they are ready to be filled with fun treats and shared with your friends and family!
I hope you are enjoying seeing all of the fun projects the Confetti Crew has been working on! Be sure to stop by the other girl's blogs to see what all they have come up with! Thanks so much for stopping by!