Free Printable: Heart Gift/Chocolate/Candy Tags

I admit I've gone crazy with all these Valentines stuff - having a blog does that to you! Anyway, I made these little gift tags that you may want to print out, again, to use for this heavily-commercialized-but-thank-God-there's-DIY holiday. Read on to download!

I know, they're cheesy. But you have to admit, they're kinda cute, right? The printable comes in six different designs, but there are eight in each page. Each tag measures 2" x 3.5". Download them right here. :)




You can use these to stick heart-shaped chocolate or candy to give out at school or work.

Or maybe use as a gift tag for jewelry, a brooch or some small heart-shaped trinket. 

You can also use it as a background for tiny heart-shaped cookies! But alas, I don't have a tiny heart-shaped cookie cutter. Pardon the lighting, it's so hard to take photos in this weather. Can anybody give em tips on how to take good photos of really light colored stuff in this kind of weather? Pretty please?...Also, after this shoot I finished most of the chocolate I was working with. *sigh* 

Anyhoo, I hope you enjoy tomorrow whether you're in a relationship/single/or what have you. Although Valentine's doesn't really have to be just celebrated on one day of the year - let's all show the love all year round. Leave me your lovely comments down below. Enjoy the rest of the week!


6 comments

  1. Love these. Going to hide a few in hubby's suitcase when he goes out of town ;) Thank you

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    1. That is so sweet! I should do the same for my fiance. Thanks for the idea Betty Lou! :D

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  2. Love these for both candy and jewelry. Not cheesy at all! What did you use to stick the candy to the tag? I'm thinking double sided tape may not be strong enough and hot glue might melt the chocolate.
    Thanks!

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    1. I believe I used glue dots for this project. :)

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  3. This idea is so cute, I'll make some up for my nephews and nieces to take to school. Thanks, Barbara P.

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    1. You're welcome Barbara, thanks for dropping by :)

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