Valentine’s Day: Easy DIY Valentine’s

Valentine’s Day: Easy DIY Valentine’s

In an effort to be consistent, I am going to stick with my Valentine blogging theme today, and give you a simple, budget-friendly, DIY Valentine idea! I wanted to be creative with Valentine’s this year (trust me, it might be the store-bought ones next year!), and this is what I came up with. Hugs & Kisses from both of my little kiddos!

Supplies Needed:

Treat Bags: Hobby Lobby.

Card Stock/Paper for Label

Baker’s Twine: Dollar Spot Target score!

Hershey’s Hugs & Kisses

I used Photoshop to create the label and then used a paper punch to punch it into a 2″ circle. I then used red card stock and a scalloped edge paper punch (2.5″) to create the red background. I glued both pieces together and hole punched the label. I filled the bags with some Hugs & Kisses and tied them up with the twine and attached the label. SO simple! There are so many ways to vary this idea too — you could handwrite the label, you could use different shapes and colors, etc. So many options!

(And my PSA for the day: If you haven’t checked out Target’s Dollar Spot yet for Valentine’s crafts, etc… go do it now! They have so many cute, practical, Valentine’s things (like the baker’s twine I used here) and when I was there last the supply was already dwindling. So, check it out if you haven’t already!)

Happy February!

xo,

Abby

 

Looking for more?

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Valentine’s Day: Simple Gift Idea

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