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February 10, 2009



I love your Valentine candy holders Julie. very handy to have some of these holders semi- prepared for other occasions. I did something similar a couple of years ago and filled them with chocolate raisins and I put tags on them decorated with a verse and reindeers and labelled them ' Reindeer Poop '

Pam Clay

Oh, how marvelous and so simple!! You are the bomb! And by the way, I am loving the blog banner!


What an awesome idea, Julie! Thanks for the tutorial. I'm sure the kids will love these.


SUPER cute!! :)


Thank you for the tutorial. I have been looking for instructions to make a container of some kind for the mini chocolate hearts I got for my 2 granddaughters. This looks easy peasy and I think I just might have a go at this.


These are just perfect! Thanks for sharing this wonderful idea. I'll be using it for the teachers' gifts and next year for the kiddies (finished the one for the kids already this year). Love your blog. Hugs, Maria

Sandy K

This is a very cute candy holder. How do the young kids do with the staples? That has been on my mind when thinking of what to do for the grandkids. Thanks

Sharon Canter

This is such a cute project, as usual!!! I still have time to make them for my kindergarten class. Since the measurement is 2 3/4", what kind of bag did you put the candy in? The SU! small cello bags are too wide.
Thanks for sharing!

Gail S.

Love it - thanks for sharing!!!!!

Caroline Davis

Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! I was struggling for a valentine idea for my 3rd grader, and you did it!!! Thank you! I just finished them, and he will be thrilled to give them out to his class. I didn't punch the hearts, but just stamped, and they still look cute. Thank you!


Oh those are perfect,so cute!!!!

Liann M.

great treats...i think this holder is so cute...TFS..


They turned out so cute!

Kari V.

Very cute!! I love them! What a great idea!

Mary Sarah

These are so cute! I've been reading your blog lately and love all your ideas! Thanks so much for sharing!

Pat J

How swe-e-e-t it is!! TFS

Sabrina aka okimom2girlz

Girl, you make it sure look easy to whip up those class Valentine's. I like the way you simplyfied it. You rock, Julie, and I am sure those kids will love these lovely Valentine's. Who wouldn't. Heck, can I send you my address???? :D:D:D:D:D:D.



Your Valentine project is super cute Julie!!!

Judy Waldner

ADORABLE!!! I need to get in and get them made for my 8 grandchildren...


Those are so cute! I'm a little sad because this is the first year NONE of my kids needs little Valentine's! My boys are in high school, and my daughter's 5th grade teachers decided they are NOT doing card exchanges this year. :(

christina fischer

These are so cute, Julie! I think I'm gonna be CASEing this! :)

jules p

these are so cute. you are such a good mom.:)
the kids will love those little goodies.


Wonderful mass production idea! Cute, too. From the pictures it looks like you have punched through both front and back of the little candy holder in order to have the hearts right side up. Or, am I missing something? Was this difficult punching through both layers of cardstock? and did this create any problems for your punch making so many of these through double c/s?

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