Matchbook Valentine's Day Treat

Matchbook Valentine's Day Treat

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These simple Valentine's Day crafts from Maria Nerius make great little gifts for friends and loved ones. Make a matchbook Valentine's Day treat for a cute way to package candy. 

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Matchbook Valentine's day Treat

 

Materials:

  • Martha Stewart Crab Punch
  • Martha Stewart Sea Shell border punch
  • Fish brad with prongs trimmed off
  • Small heart hand punch
  • 2” x 6” strip of decorative paper
  • 2” x 2” coordinating decorative paper
  • Red paper for crab
  • Scrap of paper to punch small heart
  • Small plastic bag of candy
  • Stapler
  • Fiskars personal trimmer
  • Folding bone
  • Art Glitter Designer Adhesive
     

Instructions:

  1. Punch border to bottom of decorative strip of paper, fold up 1”. Fold top down to fit just under the bottom fold like a matchbook. Make sure your folds are creased well using a folding bone.
     
  2. Punch out crab, punch small heart, then adhere the small heart to crab’s large claw.
     
  3. Adhere the square of coordinating decorate paper to the front fold, tucking just under the punched out border, this helps the decorative border pop! Glue crab to center of coordinating decorative paper.
     
  4. Place one end of bagged candy inside the bottom fold and staple to close the bottom like a matchbook. Tuck top fold in. Your gift is ready to give!
     

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These would make great favors for a birthday present as well, just change up the paper.

So cute and easy! I cannot imagine how simple it can be. A beautiful gift for our love ones. No more great spending. As what have been reported here:Studies say spending will be up for Valentines Day. I would rather have my own crafts as gifts for Valentines day. And celebrate it with true happiness and love.

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