Super Valentine Treats!

 Oh Yippie Skippy!  Tonight I had a super fun class here in my stamp room working on Valentine Treats.  Can’t wait to show them to you! 

Movers & Shapers Die


















Can you get excited about this super cute Bag Box using the Movers & Shapers Die Cut?  Last weekend I had a shoebox swap here at my house and my friend Kimberley is super talented and brought a swap similiar to this.  I was just so excited.  I love super cute things like this.  I used the Love Wheel with Iridescent Ice and then on the Top Note Die Cut I used the awesome Yummy Stamp set that YOU can receive FREE with your $50 purchase during Sale-A-Bration.  Very fun!  I embossed these with White Embossing Powder. 


Next project was this super cute Scallop Box!  Another talented demonstrator Carol Taggert was the genius with this box.  Once again, the Big Shot shines again.  Really, I can’t live without it. 

Scallop Circle Box






















If you look super close (put your nose to the screen) you can see the textured plates that I used on this project.  Okay, maybe you can’t see it, but in real life super cute.  I used the Love You Much stamp set.  Great set.  I many of my customers are really enjoying this stamp set. 


Next is a fun project that my friend Andrea Walford inspired me with.  Check this cutie out!

Valentines Candy kabob














Not the best shot of this Valentines Candy Kabob, but you can get the idea.  You could adapt these to any season.  We were a little sticky making them tonight, but they sure are fun and a big WOWZER for the kids.  Again, I used the Love You Much Stamp set. 


Lastly, this is a super easy project that you can duplicate fast!  I call it my Kirklands Candy Wraps!  I know a few of you remember thisPOST and have asked for directions.  I’m sorry it’s taken this long to get them to you.  Super busy here in this stamp room. 

Kirklands Candy Wrappers


















So what are Kirklands Candy? These are super cool chocolate candy that I find at Costco that resemble those super expensive CHOXIES that you get at Target.  So, I’m cheap and I like to make this cute project all the time because it’s super fast and inexpensive.  Probably right up your alley?  Right? 

Here are the directions to make this fun project!  Keep in mind these are quick directions.


111348 Riding Hood Red cardstock 3 ¾ x 8
113980 Candy Lane DSP 3 ½ x 5
113980 Candy Lane DSP 1 ¼ x 3 ¼
103104 Small Cello Bag
111363 Pink Pirouette Ribbon 21”
111351 Pink Pirouette cardstock ¾ x 5
1.      Score Riding Hood Red cardstock @ 2 ¼” along the 8"side.  Fold cardstock at score and scallop the edge using Scallop Edge Punch. Adhere DSP to Riding Hood Red cardstock as shown in photo. 
2.      Wrap each Kirkland candy using DSP 1 ¼ x 3 ¼ and place in small cello bag. Place cello bag onto DSP using Sticky Strip and fold scalloped edge over Small Cello Bag. Staple in the middle so the cello bag stays in place. 
3.      Wrap ribbon around top of cardstock and tie in a bow. Stamp banner and attach under bow.

Have a fabulous Wednesday!!

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3 thoughts on “Super Valentine Treats!”

  1. Thank you! Thank you! I had no idea that Costco had a cheaper alternative for the Choxies. Thank you for sharing the instructions!!!


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