Sure cards are cool, but why not turn it up a notch this Valentine’s Day with charming DIY treat bags. Kids can easily help create these packages with just a few simple tools and of course… candy! We can already feel the love in the air.
Like most crafters, I have lots and lots of supplies. And like most scrapbookers, I have lots and lots of paper. And like most seamstresses, I have lots and lots of fabric. Sound familiar? So what’s a girl to do with all those leftover supplies and pieces of scrapbook? Make another craft…of course! Give your Valentine’s Day crush a sweet treat in one of these romantically embellished sacks.
Valentine’s Day Treat Bag Toppers
This is a simple Valentine’s Day DIY you can do with your kids. These Valentine’s bag toppers will give them an extra class. Get the tutorial from Makoodle.
DIY Valentine’s Day Treat Bags
Do you give Valentines? Are they handmade (no judgment if they’re not!). I hope you enjoy these, and have fun with the watercolor clipart! Get the tutorial from Boxwood Avenue.
Valentine Doily Envelope
I’m always dreaming up easy projects that pack a lot of punch. I think this Valentine DIY doily envelope is a great example of this. They are seriously so easy it takes less than one-minute to make one! And the card doesn’t take much longer. Get the tutorial from Celebrating Everyday Life.
The key to getting the true chalkboard feel is to print it on matte paper. It gives all the print outs a better look and feel than just regular copy paper. Get the tutorial from Loves to Create.
Valentine’s Favor Bags
I love the idea of pouring your heart into a whopping batch of homemade granola, and scooping the treat into these Valentine’s-themed favor bags. Whether you’re making one for a special somebody or a dozen for your closest girlfriends, recipients won’t be disappointed to receive your heartfelt (and mouthwatering) gift. Get the tutorial from Camille Styles.
Easy Valentine Treat Bags
These would be perfect for classroom treats, teacher gifts, neighbors, friends, family or even your Sweetheart! They are really easy and with the exception of possibly 2 supplies, I bet you have everything else in your crafting stash! Get the tutorial from Housier Homemade.
DIY Valentine’s Treat Bags
Surprise friends as school with these goodie bags, or use them as the perfect Valentine’s Day party favor. These treats will certainly make a lot of little hearts beat faster. Get the tutorial from Pizzazzerie.
DIY Mini Valentine Treat Bags
Delicious things come in small packages, like these chocolate covered Valentine sunflower seeds. I love these mini kraft bags. They are perfect for a bite sized treat. Each little package can be unique with a variety of Valentine stickers and sweet treats. Fill the bags, seal and get in touch with your creativity this Valentine’s Day! Get the tutorial at Fun365.
Valentine’s Day Love Party
Darling Valentine’s Day party with a sandwich pocket in a folded doily tied with twine, little mailboxes, apothecary jars & marshmallow hearts & more. Get the tutorial from Kara’s Party Ideas.
Message in a Bottle
Seriously how cute is this Valentine idea? Create a cute and easy Valentine’s Day gift for under $5. Get the tutorial from A Pumpkin and a Princess.
Valentine Treat Box
This charming treat box is the perfect way to share sweets — it’s a Valentine’s Day Good Thing. Get the tutorial from Martha Stewart.
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