Quick & Easy Valentine’s Day Treat Bags

Valentine’s Day is fast approaching! These quick and easy Valentine’s Day treat bags are perfect for any Valentine’s Day event, and can be easily customized for any occasion. Classroom treats, Valentine’s Day party favors and more!

With a few simple tools, you can easily create a ton of these inexpensive Valentine’s Day treat bags in no time at all.  I love the look of these treat bags because they’re simple and elegant and I was able to use craft tools that I already had on-hand.

Valentines-treat-bags-Crafts-Unleashed-2Supplies needed to make your own Valentine’s Day treat bags:supply2

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I love this Martha Stewart Crafts Punch All Over the Page Heart punch because you can literally punch anywhere on the page.  The top and bottom pieces come part and it’s aligned with super strong magnets for a perfect punch every time.

valentines-goodie-bags-3Step 1: Place the bottom of the punch inside the bag and position it where you would like the heart shape to appear.

Step 2: Add the top piece of the punch and punch through the bag.

valentines-treat-bags-4I love how this heart punch also punches tiny dots along the edge of the heart, which looks really nice in person.

valentines-treat-bags-5Step 3: Continue punching as many bags as you need.

valentines-treat-bags-7Step 4: Place candy or toys in the bag, fold the tops of the bags, and then wrap with bakers twine or washi tape.

valentines-goodie-bags-8And these little treat bags are ready for giving! So easy yet elegant.

What Valentine’s Day craft have you made, or plan to make, this season? Share in the comments below.

About Rena

Rena Tang (aka the cheese thief) is a wife, mother, programmer and lover of all things creative. She especially loves to make unique, cute, simple and inexpensive things from everyday items. You can check out her ideas and tutorials at thecheesethief.com.

Comments

  1. I hadn’t seen these new punches – brilliant!!! I had quit buying punches for this very reason. Leave it to Martha Stewart to come up with a wonderful solution! Your treat bag idea is adorable. I’m always looking for new ways to package goodies. Thanks so much. :D

  2. Oh, these are so cute and incredibly simple…GREAT project!

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