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Mini Valentine’s Decor and Printables

Written by: | Published: February 07, 2013 | Updated: January 31, 2023

I’m stuck on candy hearts this year. I don’t know what it is, I bought a bag of those tiny candies with the silly love messages and couldn’t help but doodle a few. As I was drawing I found I kept eating the candies… banana is NOT my favorite and for some reason I couldn’t remember to keep the yellow candies away from my taste buds. Needless to say, I ate more than I meant, so good thing these printable are not edible!

This Valentine printable includes a mini gift bag, candy wrappers and extra decor pieces so you can mix and match and to make an adorable treat for someone special, however you like. You can always add your own person touches like glitter, buttons or other embellishments too. You can make 4 different kinds of mini bag and packages using this one printable. grab the doll printable and you can make even more!

Mini Valentine's Day candy gift bag
Mini Valentine’s Day candy gift bag

Download the Valentine’s Printables:

Read more about the 18″ doll printable set at Doll Diaries.

Each set is a little different. The set below is the Mini gift bag with candy wrappers. It’s designed to be a fun craft project and Valentine goodie bag in one. You can mix and match the different pieces to make adorable little Valentine’s gifts that are unique and personalized just from you. Cut out the individual candy hearts to use as extra decorations on the bag and for each candy wrapper. There’s even paper “ribbon” you can wrap around candies.

This set also includes messages you can put on the bottom of chocolate kisses and on top of peanut butter cups – yum!

Valentine's Day printable set by Jen Goode
Valentine’s Day printable set by Jen Goode

How to make a mini Valentine Gift Bag

each printable might be slightly different, but the process is the same. Some printables have 1 bottom flap while others have up to 4. Just remember to start with the same process for each. Some bag designs, you can cut off pieces of the printable that you don’t need.

Mini gift bag
Mini gift bag
  1. Cut out the bag printable.
  2. Fold along all printed lines.
  3. Start at the bottom, glue/tape small side flaps to inside of bag. Glue sides from front to back.
  4. Cut out the long strips of paper and use them as a handle, gluing to the sides of the bag.

Use the gift bag printable to make a tiny package too. Just cut off all the bag flaps and fold the paper into a small pouch.

Mini gift package
Mini gift package

Different gift bags all made from the same printable. Use decorative scissors to make that fancy bag top you see below. Cut and fold and add circles with a hole punch. Play with different looks to make all the different bags and packages.

Make mini Valentine gift bags
Make mini Valentine gift bags

How to make a Valentine Banner

(the same idea applies no matter what size banner you are making)

  1. Cut out the individual candy heart letters.
  2. Cut a long piece of string or twine.
  3. Tape string to the back of each letter.
  4. Hang however you’d like.

More projects you can make with this Valentine’s art printable:

Valentine candy heart art candy wrappers and chocolate kiss labels

For larger banners (not doll sized), you can punch holes in the letter pieces and thread the string through the holes.

Another option: glue the string on the back of each letter and cover with a separate piece of paper or decorative heart so the back of each letter looks nice too. This is useful if you are decorating banisters or hanging your banner somewhere that people can see both the front and back of the banner.

Have a Happy Valentine’s Day!

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