Valentine Treat Boxes

Valentines Day is tomorrow so it’s time to fill those treat containers! I shared these on my Facebook Page a few weeks ago. If you haven’t finished (or started) creating those special treats for those dear to your heart, these are quick to make. This is a view of three of the 10 goodies I made to share with friends. This view shows the front & 2 top views.

The top box shows the ribbon tied around the box with the tag. The bottom left box shows you the front of the box with the punched out space so you can see some of the goodies inside. The bottom right box is the top of the box & how I decorated it. The acetate sleeve that comes with these White Gift boxes (#142000) helps to hold the goodies inside!

Decorating the boxes was a snap, I used products from the coordinating products from the Sending Love Suite.

Sending Love Designer Series Paper Stack (#142733)

Sealed With Love Stamp Set (#142815)

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Real Red Classic Ink (#126949)

Metallic Enamel Shapes (#141678)

This is a close up of the details of the top. I just absolutely am in love with the Metallic Enamel Shapes! They add a bit of sparkle to this project.

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  1. Web Hosting says:

    They can be filled with just about anything great for class Valentines or special treats for your family. For my kindergartener’s class, we filled the boxes with light-up bouncy balls in lieu of sweets because, you know, sugar and 5-year-olds.

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