Wrapping a Present for Your Valentine


I’ve got to give props to so many Scrap Guru’s out there! Here are 7 ways on wrapping a present for your Valentine.  You’ll love these paper craft ideas.

Wrapping a Present

Let’s start with Elaine who has many amazing designs. Here are two for Valentine’s Day. First off is her cute Valentine treat pouch. Can you imagine getting something like this!?! Who cares what’s inside, the packaging rocks!

Next up is Elaine’s cool candy box. She cut card stock to 5″ x 8 1/2″ and scored at 2″ lengthwise and 2, 4, 6, 8 width wise. She then used the love wheel and then put the box together and put some yummy chocolate inside!

Elaine said that she was inspired by Dannie’s 2,4,6,8 box. I love seeing different versions of the same thing, don’t you? Dannie gives detailed instructions on how-to-make this cute box.

I’m a sucker for a great handmade card. Here’s one of Dannie’s that’s perfect for Valentine’s Day. Beautiful.

Here’s just another reason we need a “Man’s Shopping Guide” on Executive Homemaker. I’m not sure if Mathilda is selling this From the Heart booklet, but I want one!!

Oh, the love my man would get if I received this AMAZING booklet on Valentine’s Day. It’s so lovely Mathilda – you are crazy talented.

Mathilda used justjohanna’s lacy circle large as pages for this booklet. Versafine Vintage Sepia, clear embossed. Doesn’t it look like chocolate? It’s eye candy to me. 😉

Taylor covered this tin with KI Memories patterned paper and red grosgrain ribbon around the outside of the tin’s lid. Wouldn’t it make a cute teacher gift (school or church), or small gift for a friend. It looks so easy but eye popping!

If you live in Michigan, you’re one lucky lady! I would have loved to been able to attend Lynn’s Valentine Stamp Camp. AMAZING!! Be sure to check out her blog for details on how to sign up.

Again, I want to thank Elaine, Dannie, Mathilda , Taylor, and Lynn for their Valentine’s Day stamp-crafts!


  1. Comment-Anonymous Godelieve

    Great collections of creative ideas on your blog. Thanks for putting my booklet in the spotlight.

  2. Comment-Anonymous Lynn

    Laurie thanks for including my Valentine projects on your blog!

  3. Comment-Anonymous loudaisy

    Love the ideas. So beautiful and inspiring. Thanks for the inspiration

  4. Comment-Anonymous Jerri

    very cute designs and ideas.

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