Valentine’s Day Treat Boxes

Hi, crafty friends. I’m excited to be part of THISblog hop celebrating THIS new Reverse Confetti release. I have some Valentine’s Treat Boxes to share today…

I’m excited to bring more video content in 2022. You can watch the video on how I created these boxes HERE or click on the video below…

To create these boxes, I filled the Clear Treat Boxes with candy and a gift card. I also filled it with decorative shred for a pop of color. I stamped and colored the Love Bug images and used the coordinating dies to cut them out. I adhered them to several different die-cuts to create tags. I adhered a mini action wobbler to each image so it would move and resemble flying.

Here’s a closer look..

For the first tag, I used two different dies to create one. I started by die-cutting the Grid Stitched Tag and then cut the largest heart from the Post Cover Panel Die set from it…

I punched a hole in the corner and added an eyelet to each tag for more stability. I tied each tag to the ribbon that I tied around the box.

For the next tag…

I added the image to the center of the Fold Over Window Tag die. I added some glitter paper in the center for some extra shine. I stamped a sentiment from the same stamp set to each tag along the bottom.

For the next tag…

I adhered the image to the Grid Stitched Tag die. I trimmed it to make it fit on the box better and rounded the two bottom corners for a finished look…

The next tag was created exactly like the second tag but with a different image…

For the final tag…

I added the image to the center of one of the circles from the Circle Rays Duo die set.

There’s much more inspiration to see using this new release. Here’s the complete Blog Hop list…

Thank you so much for stopping by. Happy crafting!

P.S. I’ve linked to the entire release below as well as supplies used on today’s card.

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  1. Amy Tsuruta
    January 8, 2022

    Heather, these are amazing!

    1. Heather Ruwe
      January 16, 2022

      Thank you, Amy!


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