Valentine treat boxes

A girlfriend of mine who works for Hallmark came over today.  I always tease her that my cards are better than hers.  She brought with her a bunch of leftover envelopes, and we made bag-alopes.

This are made from pink envelopes.  We embossed them with an embossing folder my mother gave me years back, and ran red ink over them.  a heart punch was used to make little tags, and we closed them by folding over the top, punching two holes, and running ribbon through.  These were practically free to make, as we didn't pay for the envelopes, and the tags were punched from scraps (after making so many valentines, I have a few red scraps!)

Challenges:
Fairy Fun Fridays - anything but a card
Mami Doodles - for a loved one
Poodles Parlor - valentine
Stamping for the Weekend - embossing
Crafty Creations - valentine for a kid/not a card

Juliet Arrighi

11 comments:

Jacq said...

Hi Juliet,
These little bag-alopes are Fabulous, what a great idea using leftover envelopes. Love the colours, the embossing detail looks just Gorgeous. Fabulous project. Thanks for joining us at Poodles Parlour and Good Luck. Hope to see you joining us again.
Hugs Jacqui xxx

Margreet said...

Your bag-alopes are brilliant, Juliet...with thanks to Hallmarks...lol...thanks for joining FFF!
xxx Margreet

Myrna said...

Juliet
Such a cool idea for bag-alopes. Tutorial???
Love your cat card.
Myrna

Chris said...

Great project! I bet you guys had fun! :)

happyglitzygirl said...

What a great idea, love all the details, thanks for playing with us at the Poodles Parlour, blessings Hilde

Buladi said...

Scrumptious gift bag. You have cool idea.I like your card and beautiful colors.

Plastic Card
Plastic Card Printing

Shelly Schmidt said...

Your gift bags are great- what is in them??? Chocolate???

jackid said...

Great creation and nice change from all the cards thanks for playing with us at poodles
Jacki xx

Claire Phillips said...

Thanks so much for playing along in the Crafty creations childrens valentines/anything but a card challenge. What a lovely project - ideal for little goodies......! Cheers Claire x

Mummylade said...

gorgeous project! Thank you so much for sharing with us at SFTW and good luck!

Cor* said...

How amazing are these! Way to think outside the envelope! Thanks for playing along at FFF this week.