Wednesday, February 8, 2017

Reverse Confetti-Feb. Blog Hop

Hello stampy friends! So glad you are here today. It's the 8th and we are still hopping with Reverse Confetti. You may have noticed that there was no release this month. While Jennifer if going through her treatments she has decided to lighten the load a bit and go back to every-other month releases (like we did the first year). BUUUUUT......we still have some goodies for you. 

Be sure to leave a comment on each of the hop posts for a chance to win one of two $15 store credits.  Winners will be drawn over the weekend and announced Monday of next week over on the RC Blog.

Today I am sharing a stacked box gifty. I was going to show each box as an individual gift (one for each of my boys) but then I stacked them and loved how they looks. It's a Valentine treat, but since I have all boys I wanted to show you all a non-traditional color combo for this love holiday! I think they'll love this instead of all the pink and red. :) 

The recently released Goodie Box Confetti Cut is sooooo, so good! I just love it and it's perfect for so many kind of treats. I cut three of them, one in each Mist, Stone, and Baby Blue. I then used the Goodie Box Additions Confetti cuts to create the fun little peek-a-boo windows. 

Here is how that works:

  1. Cut the goodie boxes.

2.Run the smallest circle or square die from Goodie Box Additions through the die cut machine in the middle of one of the box squares.

3. Then cut the matching bigger die with some clear acetate.



4. Glue the cut acetate piece over the cut out window. 


I then used the Crazy about You stamp set and the XOXO Hearts Confetti Cuts to embellish the boxes each a little differently. I love the little xoxo border I stamped. 



Here is a close up of the top box. 


I used the negative heart pieces from the heart border die to do up the front of the Stone box. Nothing goes to waste....well, at least on this project. 

I tied it up with some ribbon and added a layered tag look with the circle tag from Goodie Box Additions and the Tall Tag Trio Confetti cut

I stamped greetings from Crazy About You. I snapped a pic of my cut up stamp. I thought some of you might want to see my little tip.

 TIP: I like to cut the pieces apart with angles which will make it much easier to line up the words again if you want to keep them linear. 

Here is a final look at the finished treat boxes! love it. 


Be sure to check out the rest of the crew!
so much goodness happening today to inspire you. 


Be sure to check out the rest of the design team today! 
There is so much more to see! 
here is the list:

Fetti Friend-Deanne Kuntz
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Have a beautiful day!


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43 comments:

  1. Great treat box and the little touches you added are perfect for someone special.

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  2. So darn clever and of course cute!! Now you've got me thinking!

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  3. GENIUS on the stacked goodie boxes...you've absolutely inspired me.

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  4. What an adorable project - love the stack of treats idea, then you can include more than one! :)

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  5. Very cute and oh so cleaver to stack three...I love the windows int he boxes too.

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  6. Wonderful idea! Love this treat box stack ♥

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  7. Super fun tower of treats ! I love the windows that let me peek inside!

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  8. I really like how you used different colors for Valentine's Day! Great tip about cutting the stamps apart.

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  9. I'm eyeing this box; you guys are winning me over with your cute creations! Glad your stamps didn't scream when you cut them apart - HA - I've only recently been able to convince myself to do that. ;)

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  10. Very creative. Thank you for the great tutorial. Thanks for sharing.

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  11. These are adorable! I love the blue and the use of the hearts on the second box! Genius!

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  12. Very cute all stacked up and I appreciate the boy colors.

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  13. What an awesomely fun little tower of treats Lisa!

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  14. Ooh these little boxes are too cute! I love that you can see through to the treats :)

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  15. A stacked gift box...very cute and unique.

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  16. Love these little treat boxes and the colors would be perfect for my boys as well:). Thank you for sharing!

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  17. What a great idea! So creative! Love it!

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  18. What a neat idea, stacking the boxes together! Love it!! Perfect little gift idea!

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  19. What adorable little boxes. So tiny...

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  20. This is such a great idea for a treat box! I love the little row of hearts across the bottom!

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  21. Adorable treat idea! Great tips! Love the boxes stacked!

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  22. absolutely adorable and so very perfect for boys!!

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  23. Lovely treat boxes, and yes they look great stacked! The colour scheme is really nice - a good choice for boys, but I also think they're a tame enough blue (if that makes sense!) to be good for girls too.

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  24. Love all the little treat boxes all stacked up! Great presentation!

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  25. SQUEAL!! SUPER SWEET Project!! THANKS for sharing and have a FBULOUS WEEK!! =)

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  26. I wouldn't have known how to make the windows. They are perfect for treats.

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  27. Super cute. I have 3 sons, so I Love new ideas and love the blue colors and love the new stamps and die cuts. Very creative.

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  28. fabulous treat boxes. The colors are great!

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  29. Love your triple tower of goodies!

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  30. Adorable treat boxes! Thanks for the inspiration and for the opportunity to win!

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  31. Fantastic ideas to stack the boxes.
    That way you can give several kinds
    of treats in separate boxes and
    not have a lot of little boxes
    sitting loose.
    thanks for sharing.

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  32. Awesome details on that cute box! Great Valentine project!

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Thanks so much for your kind and supportive words. I appreciate each of you taking the time to leave some love. Have a great day!