Conversation Hearts Craft
by Julia Bettencourt
I know so many of you are looking for quick and easy Valentine’s favors and treats. These make great little witness tools too. You can click on the photo below to see a closer view of the wording for the tag.
The first one in the photo above is just a Brach’s Conversation Hearts (1 oz.) box with the worded tag punched for ribbon to slide through. It’s just tied around the box. I stamped a heart image on the tag too. How easy is that!
The second treat is a Brach’s Conversation Hearts box with a card stock holder that’s scored to fit the box with ribbon running through the top to close it. The box is just slid into place. and the tag is adhered to the back of the holder. See the diagram below for directions.
The third treat pictured in the top photo is another simple idea–a cello bag filled with Conversation Hearts with ribbon and the tag tied on. I used the Corner Round Punch on the corners of that tag.
Pick up the Conversation Hearts Wording
There’s six on the page and I left quite a bit of white space around the tags so you can either cut them close or leave a little room to stamp a small image on them such as I did with the heart stamp on the first sample.
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