Tuesday, March 20, 2018

Spring Fling Hop with Reverse Confetti and MISTI

Good morning! This morning I'm happy to be blog hopping along with Reverse Confetti and My Sweet Petunia - using my MISTI (one of my FAVORITE crafting tools) along with Reverse Confetti Stamps and Dies! There are of course prizes up for grabs as well (including a BONUS giveaway!) -  more on that at the bottom of this post!

You should have arrived here from Dina Kowal - if you just started here, make sure and head over to Amy Tsuruta to start at the beginning of the hop, or refer to the Blog Hop list at the bottom of this post.



I'm sharing a photo tutorial today for this little treat/gift bag:



I'm using my MISTI for this project to perfectly align my stamped image behind the negative die cut - this would work well on a card also!


I started off by die cutting the new Stitched Rays Cover Panel from white cardstock, then die cutting one of the Tall Blooms Coordinating Dies from the center of it.


Next, I aligned my paper bag in my MISTI, added that panel over the top and held in place with the magnets, then fit the stamp from Tall Blooms into the negative of the die cut. 


I then picked up the stamp with the lid of my MISTI, removed the white panel, and was able to stamp in the perfectly aligned place I wanted too, but with no risk of getting ink on my white panel. I stamped the image with Olive Dye Ink. Then it was easy to attach the white panel with the negative lined up over the stamped image.


Next, I heat embossed a sentiment from the Tall Blooms Stamp Set on a banner from Flowers for Mom Confetti Cuts, attached it with foam adhesive and a bundle of white thread tucked underneath, and finished off by embellishing with some Nuvo Jewel Drops. I also used a white colored pencil on the leaves of the stamped image.


Once that all dried, I folded over the top of the bag, punched a couple holes in the top, and tied it closed with some jute string! Simple and fun!


GIVEAWAY INFO:
There will be two lucky winners picked from comments left across the blog hop - one for a $60 shopping spree at My Sweet Petunia, and one for a $60 shopping spree at Reverse Confetti! Woohoo!!! All comments must be left by 11:59 PM Central Time on March 25th, 2018 - winners will be announced Tuesday March 27th on the Reverse Confetti and My Sweet Petunia Blogs.

ADDITIONAL GIVEAWAY INFO:
But wait...there's more! I also have a MISTI up for grabs for one winner that leaves a comment here on my blog! Winner can choose either an Original or Mini MISTI! YAY!!! So make sure and leave a comment here before you head off to your next stop - Jana Millen!

Here is the entire blog hop line-up in case you get lost along the way:

Heather Hoffman (you are HERE)

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!!!


55 comments:

  1. I'm loving all these "other than a card" creations! Your treat bag is lovely. Thanks for the opportunity to win such generous prizes.
    HAPPY EASTER!

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  2. I love that everyone's creations are so vastly different from each other. not the same set over and over. beautiful card.

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  3. Beautiful spring treat bag! Love that background die.

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  4. I like how you created this sweet gift bag.

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  5. Adorable gift bag. I love the Stitched Rays Cover Panel ♥

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  6. The stitched rays and tall blooms are a great combo!

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  7. what a precious gift bag! so pretty in its simplicity. the bg sets off the bloom in such a lovely way. :)

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  8. Who would love a misti-raise your hand? Look Heather I’m the only one who raised my hand. ✋🏻 Nough said-hehehe!!

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  9. A plain bag turned into a spiffy gift bag adorable. Great idea!

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  10. You used two of my favorite products from the last release.!,, gotta have them.

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  11. I love the raised ray panel in white against the gift bag and the twine is perfect 💜

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  12. What a clever treat bag, I really like the cut out "window".

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  13. So pretty - I love your treat bag and the twine you chose!

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  14. So pretty. Love all the details, colors, patterns, and design. Just lovely.

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  15. Simply sweet bag. Love the charm this design brings ♥

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  16. Very pretty parcel, clean, crisp and pretty, like the background you've used , a real soft detail x

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  17. Thanks for the super idea! Love to decorate humble lunch bags for treats.

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  18. Love your ideas! It’s so nice to get so much inspiration.

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  19. Love this bag! Thanks for the clear instructions and excellent photos. Such great inspiration!

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  20. This gift bag looks
    fabulous! Love the
    dies used and the
    inlaid papers.
    Carla from Utah

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  21. Such a lovely gift bag! I like how you stamped the image into the negative space of your panel onto the bag itself. Finishing the bag off with the twine bow gives it a simple, organic feel to it. Thanks for sharing and also for the generous giveaway.

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  22. I love all of the new ideas!

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  23. Beautiful! I am sure this will brighten someones day!

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  24. love this gift bag - very neat idea:)

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  25. Great idea for an Easter sweets bag!

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  26. Love the technique the way you placed the flowers in the sunburst. Very cool and super creative. Love your style, thanks for the inspiration!

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  27. Such a warm and homey tag with such perfect added details!

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  28. Love this bag and the floral you added to it. So pretty, beautiful job.

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  29. Thanks for sharing so many details. Love the background panel....just received mine!

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  30. I'm enjoying all the tips on using the MISTI! Pretty project!

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  31. The use of a paper bag in the MISTI...never would have thought of that...great gift bag now! Learning while hopping.

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  32. Love how you stamped the image in the negative die cut. That's brilliant.

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  33. Love this! Great design and love the inlaid stamping... very cool technique!

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  34. Loved the background cover plate you used and the tall blooms stamp set is on my wish list for sure. Loved the end product -- the cute bag! adorable!

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  35. That tag makes the gift extra special!

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  36. Little flowers always make me think of spring, so this is a particularly spring-y project to me. I love how you used the kraft as background to the flowers with the white panel then the kraft bag. That's a really classy look. Thanks for sharing with us!

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  37. So pretty - love the layers and the tall bloom.

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  38. Lovely card; thanks for sharing the process, too!

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  39. LOVE the tall blooms and love your CAS style card, Heather!

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