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What’s Needed: Printable Message Hearts- Below 8” Non-Stick Scissors- Fiskars
Ribbon & Tulle 8” Pinking Shears- Fiskars
Heart Stickers Wire Cutters
Cellophane Bags Hot Glue Gun w/Glue
Toothpicks & Bamboo Skewers Special Items-Listed for Each Design Below
Quirky Valentine Swag
Our DIY Quirky Valentines are fun to make
and fun to give. Easy to do, each message
heart features a quirky vintage sentiment
with munchie swag attached.
Free Printable Message Hearts Included Below
6 Valentine Designs Included
Corny Valentine (goodie bags)
1. Select a bag of popcorn. Low calorie popcorn a plus!
2. Fill cellophane bags with popcorn.
3. Tie each bag closed with festive red ribbon.
4. Hot glue a message hearts onto each ribbon knot.
Valentine Kisses (goodie bags)
1. Select your favorite Hershey Kiss.
2. Place Kisses into cellophane bags. We used 9 pieces for each bag.
3. Tie bags closed with a festive red ribbon.
4. Hot glue a message heart onto each ribbon knot.
How To Make It:
s: Printables are located at the bottom of the written instructions. There are six designs. Each
design has its own printable page of six message
Download this PDF and print out desired designs
To create a sawtooth border, use pinking shears
to cut out message hearts.
Tea Valentine (tea bags & boxes)
1. Select a flavor of tea bags.
2. Attach the heart and tea bag together using a red piece of DMC floss. This will create
the tea bag valentine. Floss can be stapled or threaded through the heart and bag.
3. A box of tea can also be used. Tie a ribbon around the box in a bow. Hot glue the
message heart to the center of the bow.
Note: Play up a hidden message for a special valentine by using a passion fruit tea.
Donut Valentine (picks & kabobs)
1. To make the donut valentine kabobs hot glue a bamboo skewer to the back of the
2. Insert donut holes on to the skewers. Cut the bottom point of the skewer off using a
pair of wire cutters. (see gray circle)
3. Insert the donut kabob into a cellophane bag. Gather the top of the bag around the
skewer under the bottom of the message heart. Secure bag closed with a festive red
ribbon. Decorate bag with red heart stickers.
To make the donut heart picks, simply
hot glue a toothpick (use plastic straws for
children) to the back of each message
heart. If desired cover toothpick with
a heart sticker. Arrange donuts in a
basket or large tray. Insert one
message heart in each donut. Note: The small heart printables are
available on the Who’s Your Valentine PDF.
Vegetarian Valentine (salad in a box)
1. Decorate plasticware by hot gluing a gem heart on the end. Place a red heart sticker
on the (bottom edge center) of a paper napkin.
2. Make a favorite salad and place it in a white takeout food box.
3. Dressing can be added if serving immediately if not, place dressing in a separate
4. Close container and hot glue message heart on the top. Serve with heart decorated
fork and napkin.
Honey Valentine (sweet treat)
1. Select a favorite honey item. We used an Asian honey & loquat candy in a tin box.
Other items to consider are honey sticks or straws or a specialty jar of honey.
2. Wrap tulle or ribbon around the container. Hot glue and seal with a heart sticker to
hold the tulle in place on the bottom.
3. Tie a bow on the top of the container, tie a second bow on top of the first. This will
yield 4 bow loops. Cut the remaining ribbon ends even with the loops. Fluff and
arrange bow loops.
4. Attach the message heart in the center of the bow. We used an arrow clip from
Target. Decorate the box and bow with heart and or bee sticker.
For office use, we suggest making a few designs and placing them all
in one large basket. Position the basket in a social area and allow
co-workers to select the valentine of choice. This is a wonderful way
to celebrate Valentine’s Day without getting too personal.
See More DIY Ideas at bluarlan.com