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Oldies But Goodies Blog Hop! Day 3 (candy holder)

Welcome to our Oldies But Goodies Blog Hop! We'll be featuring many of our older but still fabulous stamp sets during the hop!
Each day we will have a tutorial and samples for your inspiration.

Follow along from April 22-24 for your chance to win the Oldie But Good  Stamp set of YOUR CHOICE. One winner will be chosen. Just leave a comment. Each day you can leave a comment on each blog to increase your chance of winning!

April 22- Flowers With Watercolors
April 23-Stand By Your Man Explosion Card
April 24-Holidays Candy Holder

Sample by Vickie

Here is my project for Day 3

This bag was made from scratch, starting with a piece of 8.5x11 copier paper. You can find the tutorial HERE.

The stamps sets I used for today...
Big Cupcake mini stamp set
Celebrate Mini stamp set

 This has been such a fun hop! Here are all three of my projects...

Please hop to these designer's blogs:

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. Our next MFPS Hop is for our May Release stamps, in the meantime, please check back for more projects using Mark's Finest Paper and Stamps Sets!

Thank you for hopping along with us!


  1. Cute bag - yes I had to make one from scratch too!

  2. Great looking candy holder...
    Well done

  3. Very creative candy holder bag!

  4. Treat bags are always fun to create...and you get to use up all of those scraps!

  5. very sweet birthday bag--love the cake.

  6. Cute little candy bag! Well done! Your other projects are beautiful too!

  7. This is a cute bag indeed. Love the bright colors.

  8. What a fun bag- and loving both of the sets you used! Cool that you made your bag from scratch!

  9. What a colourful fun bag and it's so nice to see all of your projects together! As you say, it's been a fun hop!Thank you!

  10. pretty nice blog, following :)

  11. I love decorating and making my own little gift bags so this hop is wonderful inspiration. Such a pretty birthday bag!

  12. Wow, those colors and papers are so fresh and fun! Love that birthday cake

  13. Three really great projects this week! I love the coral and yellow!

  14. Such a fabulous group of patterned paper with the sentiments and cake image. They are so fun looking and will be very appreciated. I'm like the cat or a small child, more interested in the beautiful package it came in then what's inside. Well done.


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