Valentine’s Day is a great holiday for giving out candy and showing appreciation for people in your life. Are you looking for a fun way to give your co-workers, colleagues, clients, teachers and loved ones chocolate-y goodness this year? You can add a cute twist to your gift with this cute DIY Valentine’s Day tag idea. Check it out!
For this project, you will need:
- Sweetheart Theme Pack or (Shop Canada | Shop Australia)
- 3-in-1 Scallop Tag Punch or (Shop Canada | Shop Australia)
- 12-inch Trimmer with Scoring Blade or (Shop Canada | Shop Australia)
- Repositionable Tape Runner or (Shop Canada | Shop Australia)
- Chocolate squares
Step 1: Using the 3-in-1 Scallop Tag Punch, punch two tags at the 2-1/2″ size from patterned paper. Cut both tags down to 4-1/2″ in length, measuring from the top of the tag.
Step 2: Score both tags at 1/2″ from the bottom and crisp the edges.
Step 3: Adhere the two tags together using the Repositionable Tape Runner.
Step 4: To make the band, cut another strip of patterned paper measuring 6″ x 1″. Adhere the ends together to form a loop, overlapping the ends by 1/4″.
Step 5: Fold the tags to form a holder and slip two chocolate squares inside.
Step 6: Slide the bands over the tags and decorate with a sticker. Finish by adding the ribbon.
These DIY Valentine’s Day tags are an adorable way to send some delicious delights to your family, friends and more this year. Who will you be creating these for? Let us know in the comments below!
10 thoughts on “Send Some Sweet Treats with DIY Valentine’s Day Tags”
Love this project.
what kind of candy fits in it?
Looks like Ghirardelli squares
I was thinking the Ghirardelli squares also, but I wonder if a bag of tea would fit? That would be cute, too. I gotta try it!
My supplies are all set and ready to make a lot of tags tonight to deliver to my co-workers, my lunch buddies friends, and my family. What a really CUTE idea!
Making for my bunco babes!
I love these and am going to try to make enough to give to our teachers and staff at school. Am I crazy to try to make 100 before Friday?!!!
Great idea! I changed it a little by cutting the paper to 8 1/2 inches long by 2 1/2 wide. Then I punched both ends with the tag maker. I scored 4″ down from each end then folded the score lines to make the bottom. That way I didn’t have to tape the bottom together.
That’s what I was thinking.