Conversation Heart Goodie Wrapping

DIY Conversation Heart Wax Paper Wrapping for cookies!  Great way to wrap edible gifts!

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Hi!  I’m so happy you are here!

Today I wanted to show you this simple & fun little Valentines Day project for your home made treats!  I swore to myself that I wasn’t going to post one Valentines goodie or project until at least February 1, but I just couldn’t wait!  It’s just so nice to see all the luv around, so why not spread it!  We could all use a little more love in our lives, couldn’t we!

So this project is basically the same as the wax paper wrapping I made for my treats at Christmas time.  When I made those I was thinking how great they would be for Valentines day!  So many possibilities for this easy to make, super-pretty wrapping for all of your goodies!

DIY Conversation Heart Wax Paper Wrapping for cookies and treats!

And what says Happy Valentines Day more than conversation hearts?  Or ‘I Love You’ (or like you a lot) more than a home made treat!

DIY Conversation Heart Wax Paper Wrapping for cookies and treats!

Make up a batch of cookies, or a loaf, or buy some candy, and wrap them up with this pretty love paper!  So simple & cute!

DIY Conversation Heart Wax Paper Wrapping for cookies and treats!

Here’s How To Make Conversation Heart Goodie Wrapping:

Materials:

  • Wax paper
  • Pretty paper in different colours
  • A heart punch
  • A pen
  • An iron.

Instructions:

  • Using your heart punch, make some hearts in different colours.
  • Write little messages on the hearts:
    • I Love You
    • Hug Me
    • xoxo
    • Be Mine
    • Crazy 4 U
    • Kiss Me
  • Sprinkle the hearts on one sheet of wax paper, making sure all of the words face up.
  • Top with another sheet of wax paper.
  • Lay down a plain sheet of white paper to protect your iron.
  • Iron the sheet.

All done!  Now all you have left to do is wrap up your homemade treats!

DIY Conversation Heart Wax Paper Wrapping for cookies and treats!

I love projects that aren’t complicated!  Remember, it doesn’t need to be elaborate or expensive to be great!

Have an inspired and love-ly day!

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8 Comments

  1. Visiting from Whipperberry.

    What a clever idea. I’ve done the wax paper sealing thing before, but I never would have thought to create wrapping paper with it. Brilliant.

    Thanks for inspiring me.

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