Easy Valentine Treat Pouch

Easy Valentine Treat Pouch

A simple little project to make for Valentine’s Day.

The Valentine Treat Pouch would make a cute gift for teachers and friends

or anyone you want to share a little love and kindness with.

Easy Valentine Treat Pouch

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Easy Valentine Treat Pouch

Directions:

  • Cut a piece of scrapbook paper (or cardstock) 4″ x 10″.
  • Using a Scoring Board and Scoring Tool*, score the paper at 4″, 4 ½”, 5″, and 9″.  (The lines on the above sample are just for reference.)

Easy Valentine Treat Pouch

  • Fold the paper along the score lines.  Create a “valley” fold at the 4 ½” and 5″ mark.  Fold the 1″ section over to create a flap.
  • If you don’t want to see the paper pattern on the inside, you can adhere a 4″ x 4″ piece of white paper on the inside.

Easy Valentine Treat Pouch

  • Cut a 2 ½” circle on the first 4″ section.  (Make sure to leave room for the 1″ flap.)
  • Cut a 3″ x 3″ piece of clear acetate.  Remove the protective coating from the acetate and adhere to the inside of the pouch under the circle.

Easy Valentine Treat Pouch

  • Instead of using stickers on the front of the acetate, I cut a Valentine Heart and Circle Design using a Silhouette Cameo and StyleTechCraft Red Transparent Vinyl*.  I sized the design to fit inside the 2 ½” circle.
  • After removing the excess vinyl from the design, use transfer paper to adhere to the acetate.

“This is a sponsored post.  As a member of the StyleTechCraft Design Team I have been provided product and compensation in exchange for my creative ideas.  The views and opinions are my own.

Easy Valentine Treat Pouch

  • Fill a clear bag with treats and place it inside the treat pouch.
  • Punch two holes through the front and back of the pouch and bag.
  • Insert ribbon through holes and tie.

You can easily adapt the measurements to create a larger or smaller treat pouch.

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