Thursday, October 20, 2016

Happy Fall-idays with Reverse Confetti!

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Welcome to Happy Fall-idays with Reverse Confetti!  The Confetti Crew is sharing projects that are all about the holidays!  Today we are celebrating Christmas!

I love to give gift cards for the holidays but to make them a little more personal, I enjoy making a little something to put them in for the recipient.  By using a few supplies from Reverse Confetti, I was able to do just that! 

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I started with using 2 of the large Lacy Scallop Frame Confetti in Cloud White cardstock and one in Avocado cardstock.  I simply scored these in half on the short side giving the inside the PERFECT space to adhere a gift card!  To embellish the outside, I cut a 2.5 inch strip of paper from Very Merry 6x6 Pad.  This length of paper was a perfect fit for a bit of overlap to adhere with adhesive on the back.  This created a paper belly band for my gift card holder!  To further embellish, I added some die cut snowflakes from Snowflake Trio Confetti Cuts out of white glitter cardstock and added a die cut scallop circle from Circles 'n Scallops Confetti Cuts that was stamped with a sentiment from Seasonal Sentiments.

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Here's the list of inspiration coming at you today for CHRISTMAS!

Amy Kolling

Thanks for sharing a part of your day with me!


Amy Rohl said...

What an awesome idea, Amy! LOVE your execution of it, too!

Kathy said...

Great and very nice colorful presentation of those gift cards!

Sheri Gilson said...

These are super cute, Amy! Will definitely be CASing this idea this year!

Lisa Petrella said...

Amy, these gift card holders are absolutely FABULOUS!!! Love how you used the frame die to make the holder and then decorated the belly band to hold it closed! So clever! Thanks for the inspiration!!!

Ruthie said...

So pretty and what a great idea!

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Tara Godfrey said...

This is SO clever, Amy! I LOVE this idea SO much and will definitely being doing this!

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