I love Valentine’s Day. It’s such a wonderful day to let everyone know you how much you love and care for them. And, as you know, I LOVE to make little gifts to give away to others. So, this post is all about these cute little Tic Tac covers for Valentine’s gifts. But first, I have to share with you the cute Valentine Tic Tac’s I saw while grocery shopping yesterday. Couldn’t help but pick up a few of these to give away. Take a look.
This past Saturday, I received my January Paper Pumpkin kit. The January kit is called “Adorning Arrows” and guess what? You’ll see one of the cute Paper Pumpkin Valentine’s treat bags in the picture below and a package of Tic Tacs fit perfectly in the January Paper Pumpkin treat bags, too.
Here are the cute little Valentine wrappers I created for Tic Tacs. Can you tell what element in the same in all three of the ideas?
Have you figured out what is the same with each of the three treat bags or wrappers? I love the stamp set included in the January Paper Pumpkin kit. I used the “Happy Valentine’s Day” sentiment from this set for each of these. Now, what’s different about the two on the outside? Take another look. Look closely. Did you spot the difference in ribbon color and the patterned paper? Leave me a comment and let me know. January’s Paper Pumpkin project, the treat bags, is featured in the center of the three gift items in the photo.
For the Tic Tac wrappers I cut a piece from Real Red cardstock measuring 5-5/16″ x 2-13/16″ (sorry about the 1/16th of an inch). Score along the 5-5/16″ side at 11/16″, 2-1/2″, 3-3/16″, and 5″. Place Tear and Tape on the 5/16″ strip and adhere to form rectangle. Tie ribbon around Tic Tac container, so when you lift up on bow, it lifts the Tic Tac container from the wrapper. Insert container with bow into wrapper and decorate wrapper.
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