Thursday, April 2, 2015

Light It Up Blue Blog Hop & Reverse Confetti Camera


Hey there, 'Fetti Fans!
It's time for a brand-new Reverse Confetti Camera theme...Anything Old Is New Again!


When I was first introduced to the magic of stamping back in 2007, Splitcoaststampers was the GO-TO place for paper-crafting ideas and techniques!  Today, I'm sharing one of the very first goodies that I learned to create, Sour Cream Container

Click HERE for the tutorial and video on how to make a fun Sour Cream Container of your own!

I adjusted the size a bit for this one, the paper was cut to 6" by 6" instead, so it's a bit longer than the one shown in the linked tutorial.  After cutting some fun Pebbles Homegrown paper and assembling into the fun treat container, I added a darling Reverse Confetti Folded Tag Confetti Cuts with The Buzz stamps and The Buzz Confetti Cuts with Circles 'n Scallops Confetti Cuts.  


Check out these fabulous Reverse Confetti stamps and Confetti Cuts that I used for the Sour Cream Container!







Join us for the Light It Up Blue Blog Hop to spread the word...World Autism Awareness Day!


As a special education teacher, I am thrilled to be part of this blog hop to share awareness of Autism.  If you are unfamiliar with this disorder, I encourage you to find out more!  

Here is a link to Temple Grandin's website.  She shares personal life experiences with Autism and has been instrumental in educating about the disorder from her perspective.  You will find her information fascinating!


There are  so many fantastic sponsors that have shown their support for Autism Awareness and you can see the complete list here:


 If you would like a chance to win a prize from one of these fabulous companies, leave a comment here on my blog and at any of the other blogs participating in today's hop!  Winners will be chosen at random and will be announced on Monday April 6th.



Thanks so much for stopping by the stage!


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45 comments:

cm said...

Your containers are simply fabulous, Stacey! Blue and beautiful!
~c

KimCreate said...

Sweet little sour cream container!

KT Fit Kitty said...

Your little candy containers are gorgeous!

Krissy said...

Great project! I haven't made a sour cream container in quite awhile, you've inspired me to make one today! Thanks for sharing!

Jessica Lynn Mould said...

Great job I really love this card. Thank you so much for being part of this blog hop for such a great cause!!Happy Stamping/Keep Moving Forward!!

Jessica Lynn
http://jessicalynnoriginalstamps.blogspot.com/

Tenia Nelson said...

This is AWESOME, Miss Lady!! Thanks for being a great friend and thanks for participating!! I love you and you ROCK!!

Taunya Butler said...

Stacey - in love with this cuteness!! That set and Confetti Cuts are my favorite!! You have used them in such a way that had notched up my desire to own them!! Super, super fun!! Thanks so much for participating and supporting this hop!! I hope you have a REALLY GREAT day!!!

wendy said...

really fun adorable project Stacey !

Miriam Prantner said...

Love these sweet little treat containers! Darling!

Shelly said...

Super SWEET!

Teresa Doyle said...

I love your 'treat box', it is so cute and just perfect for a special Easter surprise.

Jen Carter said...

Love this Stacey! Such a cute idea!

Lee Ann Barrett said...

Fun projects, Stacey! Love that blue one- gorgeous color!

Amy C. said...

Very sweet party favor!

Angela Hoynes said...

Great project.

Holly AKA KopyKat said...

Such a fun project! LIUB!

Brandi R said...

Love this project! Those bees are just too cute!!! Thanks for joining the hop ♥♥

D.Ann said...

What a fab package and tag!!

~amy~ said...

This is perfect Stacey!

Tracie Pond said...

What a fun creation!

Michele Henderson said...

Great project! Cute and creative!

Monika Reeck said...

wooow Stacey I ADORE YOUR Sweet little sour cream container!
cute and sweet and perfect in blue..
AWESOME CREATION
hugs,
Monika
(I love and proud to join this hop and hope you like to hop back to my card it is #155)

Anne said...

I was delighted to find this blog hop in aid of Autism as our 8yo son has low spectrum autism. He is a wonderful boy, much loved by many. Your container is brilliant! Thank you to all the sponsors for supporting this cause.

Eva said...

Beautiful project!!! It is so sweet!!!
kisses;)

Yolanda Garrido said...

Nice idea for this fantastic Blog Hop! I love it!

Nina-Marie Trapani said...

This is really cool Stacey!! LOVE the bees!
Hugs,
Nina-Marie :)

Paula-Scrap Addict said...

sour cream containers are always so much fun! thanks for the reminder ;-)

Sue from Oregon said...

Now aren't you crafty/creative! This is a super cute project! ♥ Sue Kment

Liz said...

Gorgeous project! Very creative. xx

Becca Cruger said...

This is such a great Easter project!! Perfect little candy holder!

Lieve said...

Such a lovely container -- just perfect for the time of year, for a little Easter-surprise.
Thank you for sharing !

Helen F. said...

This is such a fun project, Stacey!

Sandra Schroeder said...

This is a very lovely treat or favor box. I love anything with bees.

Mynn Kitchen said...

This is super BEE-utiful! I LOVE the fun patterned papers you used! HUGS! :) Mynn xx

Jerrie said...

These sour cream containers are so fun. I love the blue paper you used. Great job!!

Stampy Sister said...

What an adorable little gift... just enough to lift someone's day! I have two autistic children. Thank you for supporting this cause.

Dana said...

Super cute treat container!! Love the little bee too!!

Jessi Fogan said...

what a great idea, to go back to the classics with a new twist! I'm so glad you could join in this hop that is making my heart sing :)

Ruby N said...

this is really cool! Thank you for participating ♥

Ann said...

Super cute candy holder.

Sue D said...

Sweet--love the bee theme.

Mary Roberson said...

Adorable project. The bumble bee is too cute. Thanks for Shining a Light.

Jen said...

Love the cause and your project! So fun!

Janis said...

What a wonderful little treat container!!! Love the sweet bee on the tag!!
Thanks for sharing abt Temple Grandin. My hubby, a veterinarian, has heard this amazing and brilliant woman speak. She revolutionized cattle handling practices.
Thanks for participating in this important hop!!!
<3 J

jwoolbright at gmail dot com
HerPeacefulGarden.blogspot.com

Lynn Hardy said...

How nice - and I love that cute bee!