DIY Valentine’s Day Burlap Gift Bags

DIY Valentine's Day Burlap Gift Bags #burlap #Valentines #giftbags #DIY #treatbags

Today I am super excited to show you these cute DIY Valentine’s Day Burlap Gift Bags.  I have always loved Valentine’s Day.  The pretty pinks and reds.  Heavenly flowers and gifts.  And CHOCOLATE!!!  Did I mention chocolate?!

This craft project was so quick and easy!  I absolutely love projects like this one.  It took no time at all to make these cute heart DIY Valentine’s Day burlap  gift bags.

DIY Valentine's Day Gift Bag #burlap #Valentines #giftbags #DIY #treatbags

Materials used:

  • Pre-made burlap gift bags (or you can make you own)
  • Heart stencil
  • Paint
  • Paint brushes
  • Glitter *optional
  • Twine *optional

I found these cute little pre-made burlap bags at Michael’s right after Christmas.  I love that they are blank because you can do any kind of craft project imaginable.  They were super cheap too!  Gotta love after Christmas sales.

I made a heart stencil using my Cricut machine.  Of course, if you don’t have a machine you can always use a punch or print a template off the computer.  I taped down the stencil to secure it  to the bag so that it didn’t move on me.

Then, I applied acrylic paint using a foam sponge brush.  I would recommended placing a piece of paper inside the bag to prevent the paint from bleeding through.  Americana paint dries quickly then your done.

How to make a Valentine's Day burlap gift bag #burlap #Valentines #giftbags #DIY #treatbags

And that’s it.  Super simple and easy.  I just added some colored twine for an embellishment, but the bags come with a drawstring.  You can fill these cute little bags with candy or whatever else you want.

Valentine's Day Burlap Gift Bags #burlap #Valentines #giftbags #DIY #treatbags

For more burlap projects:  Check out my burlap banner and wreath.

Hope you have a Happy Valentine’s Day!

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Comments

  1. says

    Super pretty! I love all the Valentine’s inspirations around, especially those simple and handmade with love :) So far this year I made pastel hearts from salt dough for V-day but I would like to diy more :) This is a great idea, thank you for sharing, I will try it for sure! Aga x

  2. says

    These are fantastic! And so easy, I love that they can be made by just about any crafting skill level :) Thanks for sharing these at our Lovely Ladies link party this week, I’m pinning to my Valentines board now!

  3. says

    These are really adorable and would be great for a party or Sunday School class. thanks for sharing, Visiting from Put A Bird On It Link Blog Party. Have a healthy wonderful day!

  4. says

    Love this! I keep meaning to do something similar for party treat bags and to hold little gifts for friends, and this adorable post may be the final motivation I need to finally do it :) Yours turned out fantastic — great job!

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  6. says

    These are the perfect gift bag! I think they would be darling for any holiday! Thanks for sharing at the Hit Me With Your Best Shot Link Party last Tuesday! Hope to see you again tonight at 7EST! Excited to see what you’ve been up to!

    ~Ariean

  7. says

    These are so stinking cute! I think these would be nice to send to my daughter for her buddies at Awana! Thanks for sharing and for linking up at the Weekend Wind-Down Party with us!!! God Bless!

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