DIY Valentine Treat Envelopes
February 3, 2013
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Take your average Valentine, and take your average Valentine treat - now combine them. Didn't everything just get doubly better? We think so. We've got the steps to make these super cute sewn envelopes so you can pass out Valentines with a little more pizzazz. They make the perfect gift for coworkers, teachers, classmates, mailmen, and anyone you'd like to spread a little Valentine's cheer to!

Blush vellum paper from Michael's
White thread
Floral fabric tape from Etsy
White cardstock
Gold pen
Cookies or other treats
Sewing machine


Step 1: Cut the vellum into a 9.5"x6" piece.
Step 2: Holding the vellum vertically, fold up the bottom 4".
Step 3: Sew along the two sides and the bottom fold (making the three sides of your envelope).
Step 4: Stuff the envelopes with treats. Fold the 1.5" flap down and tape with the floral tape.
Step 5: Cut a 1" x 3" piece of cardstock and tape it to the front of your envelope. Address it to your Valentine!

Looking for the rest of the party fun? Get Valentine's Day inspired here, get the recipes here, get the invitations here, get another great DIY valentine idea here ... and up next will be the full, fabulous, fancy but fun celebration!



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