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Any treat can be made sweeter with a fun label. The key is clever wordplay, letting the food inspire a witty saying. Use your home computer to make labels and print them on cardstock. Start with our free patterns available at the end of each slide.
We placed each tag to fit an 8-1/2x11-inch sheet. Print onto a light-colored, textured cardstock, which is sturdier than standard printer paper (its heavier weight makes it less likely to wrinkle or bend). Print as many copies as you need, then trim with scissors and package as shown in the idea. User sticker paper for the ideas that go directly onto fruits.
For an inexpensive alternative to ready-made Valentine's Day candy, attach the personalized label using a stapler. Look for cute ways to work the candy's name into the message, as shown.
Combine two tasty treats into one cute little package by wrapping the label around the duo and sealing in the back.
The name "kiss" makes this chocolate candy a perfect Valentine treat, but no one can stop at just one! Throw a handful into a bag and attach a label for a classic crowd-pleaser.
A kid favorite, these mouth-crackling snacks will make a loud statement. The tag does the same.
Wrap a homemade or printed label around rock candy handles for an adorable and elegant little gift or party favor.
Friends and coworkers will go nuts over this creative and delicious snack. Other great options include snack mixes, cracker packages, and hot cocoa packets.
Supply your classmates or colleagues with something yummy to wash down all the candy. Wrap labels around a drink bottle, or use string to attach a gift tag around the top.
There's a reason they call fruit "nature's candy," and sugary, mouth-watering pears are no exception. Punch a hole through a printed label, and use decorative string or ribbon to attach to the stem of the fruit.
Give your valentine something sweet to chew on; a few pieces of Bazooka Joe bubblegum adhered to a cardstock cartoon bubble make a comical card that's simple and sweet.
These cute little "love bugs" are impossible to resist -- add a pair of googly eyes and a pipe cleaner for the antennae to a stick of gum and adhere the creatures to a heart shape to make a fun Valentine's Day gift.
A few pieces of chewable fruit candy transform into a butterfly with tissue paper wings and pipe cleaner antennae. Wrap the candy in a length of ribbon and secure with a dab of hot glue. Position pipe cleaner between ribbon and candy, and fan out the tissue paper and glue to the back to create wings.
Give a sneak preview of what's inside this candy sack with two heart shapes cut from the felt. Hold the felt pouch together with a wide ribbon threaded through two holes punched on either side, and keep it secure by tying the ribbon at the top. Add a heart-shape gift tag with the recipient's name to finish the gift.
Make a fun paper flower with a roll of tart mini candies wrapped with green or yellow pipe cleaner. Tape holds it together and a brad makes a pretty flower center.
An ordinary paper bag becomes a sweet Valentine's Day gift with a few simple touches. Cut a large heart shape from scrapbook paper and attach it to the bag. Cut out a smaller heart shape in the front and cover the hole with plastic, attaching to the inside of the bag, so the contents won't fall out. Use a red pen to write "Be My Valentine" and draw the outline of a heart on the bag to finish the gift.
Skip the traditional packaging for conversation hearts and use the sweet candies to make a colorful Valentine's Day gift. Fill a clear bag with hearts that read "XOXO" and "Be Mine" and twist it to close; thread through a hole punched in a pink paper heart to keep the candy secure. Embellish the paper heart with a message and a rhinestone dot to add a special touch.
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