The month is just flying by; today is the 8th and that means it is time for the Reverse Confetti Creative Blog Hop! There's a full line up of amazing designers,so you'll want to make sure you get a chance to see what they have created! I'm sure you won't be disappointed!Reverse Confetti Blog
For today's hop, I've created 3 identical (only 2 shown) treat holder/ gift card holders. My kids start school on the 20th, so I put together gift sacks filled with classroom supplies. These were inspired by the gift sacks and will be added to gifts! I really love this sentiment, which is from the So Many Sentiments; it is perfect to give to the teachers; especially since I don't even know who 2 out of the 3 are. My cutie Kindergartener got the same teacher that my last 2 boys have had, so she knows me pretty well.
Each of the 3 holders uses the Scalloped Bag and Tags Creator Confetti Cuts. Each one is die cut from Baby Blue cardstock and uses two panels. I scored each one at the bottom at 1 inch and then folded them and adhered them together using ScorTape. Once that was done I added the Stitched Squares Confetti Cuts using foam squares.
I stamped the butterflies, which are from the new Butterfly Blossoms stamp set, in black and then colored them with an assortment of alcohol markers. Once they were all colored, I die cut them using the coordinating Butterfly Blossoms Confetti Cuts and added them to the die cut squares using foam squares.
The sentiment is heat embossed in white onto a black strip of cardstock. I notched the ends with my scissors and added them to the bottom of the squares. I added some white Nuvo drops here and there for some added detail. One of my favorite ways to close the tops of these holders is to use clips. I bought these in bulk at Hobby Lobby.
These will be perfect to add a small treat and a gift card attached to the inside. I had a lot of fun putting these together and now, I am officially ready for school to start! Thanks for fluttering by!