I was originally inspired to created these after running across a darling Valentine project from Damask Love. I loved the little heart cut-out window on the front of the gift, so I set to work. On a side note, I just love this blog. Her clean and simple style is amazing to me and her creativity is endless.
For the envelopes I used Papertrey Ink's Gift Card Greetings die and Hibiscus Burst cardstock. I then matted the die with patterned paper, die cut to fit the front of the gift card holder and adhered in place.
Next I used the Heart Prints die collection and die cut a large heart out of the front of each gift card holder.
I filled a small glassine bag with Valentine candy and secured the little package of treats inside the gift card holder.
To finish each envelope, I wrapped Autumn Rose Grosgrain around the flap to secure it tightly closed and tied it in a bow near the top. I created tags using the 2010 Love Tags set and Raspberry Fizz ink, and attached them to the center of each bow using Button Twine and buttons. A millinery flower finished each off.
The Kissing Booth collection comes with chipboard pieces and die cuts which are the perfect little additions to each heart window.
Hope your day has been sweet!
P.S. My new favorite must-try....homemade POP-TARTS!
(photo and recipe from caplanmiller)
(photo and recipe from weelicious)
(photo and recipe from bakememore)
Making these is definitely on my list for this weekend...my little lady will love helping and eating them!