Sweet Valentine’s for Kids {and a free printable}

There is something extra special about a handmade Valentine.  And a Valentine handmade by a child… even sweeter!

I’m blessed to have a little daughter who loves crafting as much as I do.  So, each year we have fun making and packaging little treats for her friends.  In past years we’ve made cookies and added hand written tags (using scrapbooking paper).

This year I designed a simple tag (to share with you!) and we attached them to little bags of treats.  These tags could be added to bags of cookies, candies, or little toys.

(Click the photo above or link below to download and print your own).

 Valentine’s Treat Bag Toppers

To make your own tags, simply print out the Valentine’s Treat Bag Labels onto white cardstock.

(After printing) Trim 1/4 inch off all sides of the full sheet of paper.  Cut labels into 4 inch wide by 3.5 inch tall tags.  Fold tags in half (using a bone folder if you have one).  Fill a clear (or printed) bag (4 inches wide) with treats.  Fold over the top of the treat bag, cover the folded edge of the bag with a (pre-folded) tag and staple in place.

I’ve posted similar style tags in previous post, HERE, HERE and HERE which may give you a few more ideas.


  1. I found this a while back and Pinned it. Now that I’m trying to use it, I’m very disappointed that the printable isn’t free like it says it is. I’ll still be using the idea, but we had already done it before with store-bought cards, so eh. I do like your blog, lots of cute stuff, just don’t advertise free when it’s not.

  2. merci pour le partage !… je cherche des freebies sur le web et je partage mes liens sur Pinterest : je viens d’y ajouter celui-ci !… http://pinterest.com/lemondedis/ (j’ai déjà plus de 13000 liens vers des téléchargements gratuits !)

  3. Am I doing something wrong? I’m trying to print these adorable valentine bag toppers for my daughter’s preschool party but every time I click on the image or link it takes me to a site called scribd and says that I have to become a member/pay a membership fee in order to download and print the labels? Does anyone have any suggestions? Thank You!

  4. Great site! Keep it up the good work.

  5. Thanks so much! This is so cute. 🙂

  6. Thank you for sharing this!

    I have featured it on 5 Great Finds @ Juggling Motherhood.


  7. Adorable!! I, also, posted a link back from ecoglamblog.blogspot.com !

  8. A very cute idea and your tags are really festive and so sweet!

  9. These are so cute! I'm sharing some free printables today. I hope you don't mind if I feature these!

  10. These are so cute! Your daughter and you must have had lots of fun putting the goody bags together. Thank you for sharing the printable.

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