Valentine’s Tic Tac Treats

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red tic tacs in a box decorated with hearts, and title text reading Valentine's Tic Tacs
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I love making these cute little treats for my friends.  I think that Valentine’s Day should be about celebrating the love we have for our friends (in addition to romantic love, of course).  These are quick, easy and adorable.  The perfect little gift to let friends know you’re thinking of them.And they’d be great project to do with kids.  And child old enough to stick a sticker down or glue a cut-out can help with this craft.

3 boxes of red tic tacs
Choose any flavor or red or pink        Tic Tacs.
If you want to use white Tic Tacs, just change the color of the card stock to red or pink.
a white piece of paper folded in half
Cut a piece of card stock that will cover the box of Tic Tacs like a book cover.  I just eyeball the dimensions.
a folded white paper with a circle cut out of it
Using a circle punch, punch a hole out near the bottom of the front “cover” of your paper.  You want the hole to be low enough that none of the Tic Tac label will show, only Tic Tacs will be visible.
a box of wild cherry tic tacks on a white piece of paper and a gold ribbon
Use double-stick tape or glue dots to attach a piece of ribbon about 1/3 of the way down the paper and all the way across.  You’ll use this to tie the cover shut.  Then using the double-stick tape or glue dots, attach the Tic Tac box to the back of the cover.
red tic tacs in a box decorated with hearts
Punch hearts out of red and pink paper and attach to the cover.  You can also use decorative Valentine’s themed paper or stickers r to decorate the top portion of the cover.  Tie the ribbon in a small bow (this is the hardest part of the project) and you’re done.
It’s a fun project to do with kids.  Even young children can do most of this project with just a little help.
It takes just a little longer to make these treats than it took for you to read this.  Truly a quick, easy and adorable project.

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  1. This is soo cute and clever~ What a great idea for a small Valentine!
    Thanks so much for sharing with the Pink Hippo party~
    Amie @ Pinkapotamus

  2. What a fun idea….
    I know my kids would ADORE this! (they love tic tacs…)

    have a great Valentines!

    hugs x

  3. Brilliant idea….I didn’t know they made cherry tic tacs…I’ll be making some of these this V-Day! I’m so glad you shared this at Loving Valentines Day!


  4. Hello, I just wanted to let you know that I have mentioned your post on my blog, If there is anything you wish for me to remove please let me know. Cheers Jennifer

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