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So I thought I was done with Valentine’s Day crafting after last week’s daily Valentine’s projects – but I have just one more little project to share with you…and I do mean “little.”
Remember those treat bags I made on day one of the Valentine’s project?
Well, my mom loved them and asked me to make some for everyone in her office!
I was trying to think of the most efficient way to make a bunch of these…without wasting a ton of cardstock.
Enter: The Mini Treat Bag!
Everything is cuter when it’s miniature sized, so I figured the same would be true for these gift bags.
I just downsized the measurements from my original template and set up an assembly line. The smaller size was perfect for using up scraps of oddly sized cardstock in my stash.
The original treat bags were about 5.5″ tall – the minis measure in at a teensy 2.5″.
Don’t these just look like a mama duck with all her baby ducks following behind?
These are perfectly sized for mass production.
If you have any specific questions about this project, such as measurements – just send me an email at [email protected]
Thanks for stopping by today!
4 thoughts on “Mini Valentine’s Day Treat Bags”
Amber, these Valentine Treat Bags are adorable! I love them, and I may have to make some of my own to give as gifts to friends and family!! Thanks for the inspiration!!
VERY cute, these are much more feasible to make for my niece and nephews classmates, and the large one for the teacher would be cute and smart!
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