Reverse Confetti: November New Release Blog Hop!

Post 2 of 2 for today…click HERE for my Happy National Cappuccino Day post!
Today is the day!  It is the Reverse Confetti November Release Blog Hop!  That means all the new release products that we’ve been sneak peekin’ to you are now available in the shop!
You should have hopped here from the awesome Amy Rohl’s blog!  If not, you’ll want to start at the beginning of the hop which is the Reverse Confetti Blog!  If you get lost along the way, the full hop listing is available on the Reverse Confetti Blog!

Hasn’t this been, yet another fabulous release?!
I have a couple projects to share with you today!

My first one is a giftie:

paper:  american crafts give thanks  stamps:  reverse confetti with love/alphabetical  ink:  ranger archival black  other:  reverse confetti gift card holder tag/class act/stitched flag trio confetti cuts, avery elle sequins, cork, impress wood button
I decided to make a Get Well Jar!  My tag base is the New Gift Card Holder Tag.  I decided to use the Class Act Confetti Cut Rectangle for my window opening,  it is a smidge smaller than the rectangle with the Gift Card Holder Tag.  Using the new Alphabetical set, I stamped Get Well on a cork circle <– the cork is actually for the bottom of furniture feet so they don’t scratch hardwood floors ♡  I love how the sentiment from the With Love set fits PERFECTLY into one of the Stitched Flag Trio Confetti Cuts!  Everything is strung together with some Natural Twine.

Here’s a peek at what is inside the mason jar:
It contains:
  • cocoa
  • tissues
  • throat drops
It’ll be perfect to drop off for a friend that isn’t feeling well.  They can then upcycle the gift and fill it how they want  and then pass it on.

I stocked up on Hot Cocoa packages….

cardstock:  recollections/110/white  stamps:  reverse confetti with love  ink:  ranger archival black  other:  reverse confetti topped off tag/bubbly tag toppers/hang ups & holly confetti cuts, various felt, buttons, black jewelry hemp twine.
I made cocoa jackets…LOL.  These are perfect little “thinking of you” gifts.   Who wouldn’t love to warm up with a cup of cocoa?!  The Topped off Tag bases are white cardstock that have been teamed up with red + grey felt.  I wasn’t originally going to add the Holly but I love that extra detail, how about you?

Thanks so much for stoppin’ by and for all of your sweet comments! 

Up next is the Amazing Amy Sheffer!  
(click on the product graphic to hop over to the store)

topped off tag

bubbly tag toppers

hang ups
class act
stitched flag trio
solid natural
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34 thoughts on “Reverse Confetti: November New Release Blog Hop!”

  1. Just love tiny gifts like these! Just that little something to make someone feel good 🙂

  2. Love the things you put in the mason jar.
    Hadn't thought about putting several things in a jar – usually I stick to a sack of candy.
    thanks for sharing.

  3. These are awesome, Amy! Just one look at that adorable mason jar would make anyone feel better. 🙂

  4. I love everything you've made here! The 'get well' jar is fabulous, and has given me an idea for a "grandchildren" project. The three little ones from Mpls will be here, and while their parents are out shopping we make them a Christmas gift…this project looks like something right up their alley!! Thanks for the inspiration!!!! And the hc sleeves with tags…totally brilliant and sure to make anyone smile! You are the Woman!!! Bev

  5. What a sweet treat gift idea, Amy. So many possible jar fillers 🙂 The felt holly is a nice addition and the cork sentiment is adorable!

  6. Lots of fun tags here, Amy, love the shaker one! Happy Tuesday, sorry to be so absent….life does get in the way sometimes!

  7. Such great gift ideas, Amy! Love your get well jar, and love your idea of passing it forward. The little shaker tag you made for that is so fabulous. Adore your cocoa sleeves, too! Just pure fun!

  8. Your little gifts are smile-makers, Amy! Ultra sweet – and the tags…little gifts all on their own!

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