Valentine’s Day “Sweets” Box

Sweets for My “Sweets” Gift Box

This is a darling Valentine’s Day gift idea that is perfect for your spouse or loved one! Just print out these darling printables, add some yummy treats, and voila! A thoughtfully sweet gift.

Tara-SweetBox-Printable

We are excited to welcome JENN to The Dating Divas team!  :)  She is the talented gal who designed the adorable FREE printables that you all received when you signed up for our newsletter.  Her blog, B Lovely, contains everything from fashion, to crafts, to printables. She is a card designer AND a blog designer.  If you are wanting a blog makeover or have an upcoming event and are in need of a cute invite….she is your gal!  Her prices are completely affordable and she really is a dream to work with!  She will be regularly guest posting for us as well as coming up with even more amazing printables for you all!  She is kicking off the Valentine season for us over here on The Dating Divas by giving you the FIRST Valentine idea!  Here she is!

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I am so excited to get to do another post for The Divas!  I wanted to give you all something cute, quick, and easy that you can put together for your spouse.  I have decided I am really into boxes.  I’m not sure what it is, but I love the versatility of them and the possibilities they possess.  Who doesn’t love a gift?

So, I created a little printable box and tag for you. Just print it off, cut it out, fold it on the lines, & glue!  Very easy!

To fill the bottom, I didn’t have any grass handy, so I cut strips of paper with scalloped scissors and then crumbled them. I loved filling it with a couple of my husband’s favorite little candy bars and placing it by his computer.

A perfect addition to his “man cave.”

A fun and easy way to kick off Valentine’s! :)

HINT: When you print this off, the “Sweets” tag is a square.  I used one of my cute punches to create the scalloped edging {The size was 2 1/4″.} .  If you don’t have any punches, you can place the paper up against a window {during the day} so you are looking at the BACK of the printable.  With the sunlight shining in, you will be able to see the design through the paper.  You can then draw a scalloped edge by hand on the back with pencil.  This way, there won’t be any pencil smudges on the front of the paper.  Cut it out after you are satisfied with your free-style work and attach it to your box.  I used a shiny black ribbon to top it all off.  :)

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Isn’t she great!  I loved her cute little tag that just tied everything together! Don’t forget to check out her fun blog, B Lovely!

About the Author: Tara

I am an outgoing and fun-lovin’ gal who was lucky enough to marry the man of my dreams! You could probably say I am an “extreme extrovert” as I LOVE to talk and be around people! I love ANYTHING creative and am not a fan of the “norm.” My favorite things in life are my family…especially my HOT husband, my friends, and my faith! {Oh – and love letters from my man….} I have a passion for life and I am having a BLAST doing this website with some of my closest friends!

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  1. A friend of mine directed me to your blog and I’m so glad she did. I feature a dating challenge on my blog called “52 Great Cheap Dates” by Lynn Gordon. My husband and I have accepted the challenge to complete all of them in a year’s time. With a toddler and an infant, we find that we look forward to our weekly date challenge. I certainly plan to implement some of your ideas. Great to “meet” you here. Cheers.