I’m always looking for easy, non-food Valentine’s Day gift options for my kids to hand out. The schools have limits on what can be handed out due to food allergies, so rather than try to come up with a gluten-free, peanut free snack option … I opt for a non-food option with a cute tag. *laugh*
I found heart shaped glasses in the dollar bin at Target to use for the class gifts. Those dollar bins at Target are the best for these sorts of projects. I can spend $10 for 30 kids! I keep clear bags on hand for the kids class gifts and I get the best deals at Clearbags. (I am not an affiliate, I just like their products) I try to keep these projects super simple since it requires that I package 30 - 40 items at a time.
For this packaging, I used some of the parts from the Rainbow Slider die for the tag base. I wanted something that was long and skinny. I cut the largest rectangle of the slider from white cardstock and then did an ombre in pink with 3 Distress Ink colors (Picked Raspberry, Worn Lipstick & Spun Sugar). I used the Ranger Ink Blending tool to blend each of the colors.
Next I cut the smallest rectangle from the slider and adhered it to the base with the pink ombre. I cut the “x” & “o” from the Confetti Kisses dies from some gold foil paper. Then I cut the “smile” sentiment from some hot pink cardstock. I adhered the sentiments + letters to the front of the tag along with the newest Crystal Clear Hearts embellishments. When it was dry, I tied it to the bag with some Gold Sparkle twine. Easy peasy!
Hope you’re enjoying the new release so far! Thanks for stopping by today!