Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Reverse Confetti - Crazy For Christmas - Treat Tubes

Good morning! This week Reverse Confetti is doing a fun little event called Crazy for Christmas, to help get you in the mood and inspired for your holiday crafting! Each day is a different theme, and today we are focusing on Treat Tubes! I'm super excited about how my fun little tubes came out! Heehee! And BONUS: they are SUPER easy to make, so would be wonderful for mass producing or a quick gift when you don't have much time - or even for kids to make as gifts!

Here is the info - there are two more days of inspiration ahead! Make sure and stop by every day to see all the ideas!

A few days ago as I was brainstorming ideas for decorating these treat tubes, the idea of a snowman popped into my head as I was going to bed - I couldn't wait to sit down and actually put it together! It is filled with some yummy white coated chocolate mintes from Trader Joe's, then I cut one tube end using black cardstock to form the hat, and tied it with some twine and jingle bells. Added a strip of felt wrapped around and glued in place, then added wiggle eyes and a tiny carrot nose made by trimming out a tiny piece of orange cardstock.

Next up, I wanted something super fast to tuck into my husband's suitcase as he was leaving on a trip, so I die cut one of the treat toppers, added the ribbon, and stuck on a couple of wiggly eyes. I was able to hide it so he didn't find it until he got there and unpacked at his hotel! Heehee! When I made this one, I thought it would be fun to add this sentiment, kind of like he was holding this sign in his hands - the wiggly eyes give him a kind of freaked out look that went perfect with the sentiment! Haha!

Here are the Reverse Confetti products I used on this card - click on the picture if you want to learn more about any of these items!




Here is the list of everyone participating today - so you can check out all the fun and creative projects out there!

Product links are all below - including affiliate links where possible, which simply means if you use one of the links below that I receive a small commission at no additional cost to you. Thanks so much for stopping by! Have a wonderful day!!!


  1. Adorable!! Can't wait to use your snowman idea - brilliant!

  2. Love these, Heather, especially that snowman, omg CUTE!!!

  3. Your snowman is brilliant! I can't wait to surprise my boys with these treats.