Howdy friends! Valentine’s Day is coming quickly but you still have time to make a Valentine’s Day Treat Bag for the occasion. Today’s tutorial is a cinch (pun intended) so let’s get started!
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How to Make a Valentine’s Day Treat Bag
All my boys are too old for Valentine’s Day parties, but that doesn’t mean I can’t share a cutesy craft for you all to create. This project does feature a cinching tool but don’t worry if you don’t have time to order it. It looks cute without it! Let’s get into the supply list…
What you will need:
Candy, treats, or small gifts
Valentine’s Day Snack Bag Design from Creative Fabrica – There are hundreds of thousands of graphics to choose from on this site. Everything you need to start designing mugs, shirts, and tumblers. Any theme you can think of! You can enroll in a membership with access to all the elements in their catalog or purchase designs a la carte at a reasonable price.
I created a quick video to show you the simple process, check it out below…
Now, let’s walk through the steps:
Print the design, and be sure to use a high-quality setting. Trim the edges.
Using a ruler and bone folder, fold in the sides of the paper, making sure the image is centered.
Apply adhesive across the bottom and fold over one side. Next, add adhesive to the edge of the other side and fold close (refer to the video to see what I mean).
Add your candy, treats, or small toys. Add adhesive to close the top.
Crimp top and bottom with the Crimping Tool. This will resemble a snack bag. Trim with the pinking shears.
And that’s it! Wasn’t that easy and fun? Now repeat as many as you need for the classroom event, Sunday School celebration or Valentine’s Day party!
I hope you like this fun paper craft. Be sure to check out my other Valentine’s Day projects below…
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