A big thanks to GraphicStock.com for sponsoring my project today!
I finally took down my Christmas decorations and I was pretty sad about it so I decided to liven things up with a project that has a whole lot of happy color! I created these fun little free printable Valentine treat bag envelopes and tags for you that are the perfect size for candy, stickers, or little love notes. Just print, fold, glue, and washi and you are set. I created a set of free printable banner flags that match these bags that I will be sharing in the next few days, so be sure to come back for those!
I have so much fun designing these and I took all of the patterns from GraphicStock. I have 9 coordinating envelopes that you can print and 12 matching tags. The blank ones are for you to write names, to/from, etc. The teal and pink is definitely a non traditional color scheme for Valentines Day, and I usually love to stick to the reds and pinks, but I thought this was a fun little change!
For this project you will need:
- printables printed
- glue stick or double sided tape
- washi tape, string, baker’s twine, or ribbon
- ruler (optional)
To assemble the envelopes:
- Print and cut out your envelopes and tags. I went down and printed them at a copy store with one of those self-serve machines- the envelopes on regular paper and the tags on cardstock.
- Lay flat with the print (the outside of the envelope) facing down.
- Fold each side as shown above, making a nice crease.
- Overlap sides and glue together.
- Fold up bottom
- Glue bottom
Then, just fill with candy, fold down flap and secure shut with washi tape or string.
My girl thinks these colors are so fun and she can’t wait to take them to her preschool class!
You can download the printable envelopes HERE.
You can download the printable tags HERE.
Please remember these are for personal use only.
You can download other printable valentines and gift tags on GraphicStock.com. They also offer a free 7 day trial, so you can download as many images as you want for free. Sidenote- their images are royalty free so you can use them forever for your other projects too. Here are a couple that I thought were really cute, and you can head to HERE to print them out. There are so many more on GraphicStock.com so this is just a sampling.
Do you like the non-traditional Valentine’s Day colors, or do you prefer to stick to red and pink?