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Wanderlust DIY Treat Bags

By: Claire Armstrong from
Wanderlust DIY Treat Bags
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"These Valentines Map Heart treat bags are really easy and fun to make. Not only do they look gorgeous but they can be made special by using maps personal to you, such as of your favourite places or where you met. If you don't have a sewing machine you could try sewing these by hand. Also if you have larger treats then you can use a larger template and make bigger heart treat bags. "

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Primary TechniqueGeneral Paper Crafting

Project or Page SizeCard

Type of Paper UsedScrapbook Paper


SeasonValentine's Day

Materials List

  • Any old maps or photocopies of maps.
  • Sewing machine or needle and thread.
  • Small luggage tags and bakers twine
  • Small valentine's sweet treats.
  • Scissors & Pen.
  • Heart shaped cookie cutter or heart shaped template.


  1. Once you have chosen the maps you want to use. Draw round your heat template and cut out 2 heart shapes per treat bag.

  2. Pin the hearts wrong sides together. Stitch round the edge using a sewing machine leaving a small gap to insert the treats.

  3. Insert the treats and the string of the “pull me” label

  4. Sew your hearts shut.

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I intend to make these with fabric instead of paper. Great idea for childern to use paper. It's always convient to have crafts available for gift giving.


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