Valentine’s Day Party Favors. Use the We R Memory Keepers 1-2-3 punch board to create beautiful paper Valentine’s Day favor envelopes.
I love to make little favors or treat bags for parties. Sometimes I keep it simple, and other times I create more elaborate ones like these Valentine’s Day party favor envelopes. They look complicated, but with the 1-2-3 punch board and DIY party collection honeycomb and fringe pads, they come together easily!
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Valentine’s Day Party Favors
- Trim & Score Board
- 1-2-3 Punch Board
- Crush Cardstock Ephemera
- DIY Party Honeycomb Pad: Blossom
- Crush Cardstock
- DIY Party Fringe Tape: Blossom
Create Envelope Using 1-2-3 Punch Board
I created a 3” x 4” envelope using the 1-2-3 punch board and red and pink textured cardstock. Start by trimming your paper, in this case, a 6 ¼” x 6 ¼” square. Use the guides on the punch board to find the correct paper size for the envelope you are creating.
Using the 1-2-3 punch board and the guides, create an envelope.
Trim off one of the shorter ends from the envelope. Then, assemble it to create a little goodie bag pocket from your cardstock. I created both pink and red envelopes that were now ready for embellishing.
Embellish Party Favor Envelope
For the first style of envelope, I added some of the Crush Collection ephemera to the top of the envelope. I layered an arrow, a flower, and a gold heart and attached them all with a staple.
I wanted to create a little more dimension on the ephemera heart I was adding. I used the heart as a guide to trace one half of a heart shape on the DIY Party pink honeycomb pad. I then drew a smaller half heart shape inside my traced heart and cut it out.
I attached the honeycomb heart to the cardstock heart and added the whole thing to the favor envelope using an adhesive square.
Use Fringe Tape to Embellish Envelope
For the second style of envelope, I added alternating colors of pink and red fringe tape to the front of my envelope.
The fringe tape by itself looked very cute but I wanted to add a little something extra to the top, so I created a small size bow using the 1-2-3 punch board and some “love” paper from the Crush collection.
I attached the bow to the top of the envelope and added a little pink cardstock heart to the middle.
These party favors are ready for adding some special treats to. You definitely can’t go wrong with chocolate!
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