The cuter the packaging, the sweeter the treat, right?! I used DCWV's Envelope's DIY Project Stack to jump start my project. I was thrilled to find a pattern for the treat sleeve in this stack. I chose a pretty pink ombre, text, and black and white arrow pattern papers, to compliment the Valentine theme.
It's no secret that I love to bake, so I've filled my treat sleeves with a half dozen mini cookies. If you're not a baker, or don't have time you could easily substitute conversation hearts, packaged chocolates or even store bought cookies.
I wanted to give my recipient a peek at what was inside the sleeve, so I cut a small circle-shaped window out of the front portion. My cookies are enclosed in a clear bag, so while the window reveals a peek, the treats remain secure inside.
A simple bit of ribbon, stamped sentiment, punched heart and DCWV gem sticker finish off the design and presentation of my baked goodies.
I hope this post inspires you to whip up a little something for those you love and appreciate. We gifted several of these to my kid's teachers and I'm saving a few more for my favorite GAL-entines! Happy heart day!