Sealed With a Kiss—Valentine’s Day Gift

My kids are wondering why we have so much junk food around the house right now…especially when they can’t eat it ;)!  I told you I was going a little crazy around here this year for Valentine’s Day!  Unfortunately I can no longer eat this either…but that doesn’t mean I can’t wrap it up these cute homemade valentines and give them away in pretty packages…right?


I love gifts that have cute packaging.  Now, I must admit, sometimes I just wrap up a gift in wrapping paper or throw it in a gift bag, cause really…who has time for this sometimes!  But on special occasions, I like to actually take a little time and make something extra special!

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To make this “kiss stickers” simply download and print out this free printable.  Click on the image.  This will take you to my FB page.

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You must be a fan to gain access to the file.  Then click on Previous Downloads.  This should take you right to the labels.


You can print this onto printable sticker paper if you want to be extra fancy.  But…I didn’t do that.  First of all I was too lazy to actually search out where to buy the sticker paper…and secondly, a glue stick works perfectly.  And I have lots of kidlets who LOVE helping with this kind of stuff!  Gives them something to do other than watch Barbie’s Rapunzel for the 30th time since Christmas Break started….*ahem*!


Cut the paper into strips and then punch out each circle with a 3/4 inch paper punch.  I used my EK Success punch.  It is the perfect size for the bottom of the Hershey Kisses.


Click on the label below to download it.  Same rules apply for this label as above.



I LOVE this clear plastic box.  I found mine at my local craft store, Bennion Crafts.  You should be able to find them pretty easily.  But…if you can’t find them or don’t want to drag your kids out to the store…you can simply use a cellophane gift bag…which unfortunately, is sold right next to the clear gift boxes :)  Or, in a real life scenario…on the morning of Valentine’s Day, you can throw them into a gift bag!


So…I guess that’s it!  I feel like I am starving…and I can’t look at these pictures of chocolate that I am not supposed to eat according to my newly diagnosed food allergies…and I only ate thirteen err two!  I will give up chocolate tomorrow!


  1. Janet says

    Awesome idea! Here is another idea that will Tickle your heart. Grow a pet TickleMe Plant with your loved ones from seed and watch how the leaves fold and the branches droop when you Tickle It or blow it a KISS!!

    • says

      I have never heard of such a thing. It sounds just like something the kids would love. I do wish I had more of a green thumb though. I have NEVER been any good with household plants. I am going to go and check that out! Maybe my kids have a green thumb than I do!

  2. Connie says

    Amy, what a darling idea. I am sure I will be using this one along with the “Crush” bottles! Thanks for always sharing and coming up with ideas perfect for me!!!

    • says

      Connie! Thank you so much! I am glad that you are wanting to use them! It makes me happy to share them and have others use them :)

  3. Jill says

    I love these! But I’m not on Facebook. I had a friend like you on Facebook and try to download but she could not get it to work. I follow your blog and Pinterest. Is there any other way to get these? Thanks for sharing!!

      • Angie P. says

        I love the idea too!! Super cute!!! I am not on FB either. Could you please email me the downloads? TY!!!
        Angie Peterson

      • Maheen Zahid says

        Could you email these to me as well? I liked your page on facebook but the pictures arent redirecting me to it :/

  4. Alysia says

    I love your blog! It is at the top of my favorite bookmark sites. I am not creative but you always inspire me! I will be making these very soon, they are so cute.

    Thank you for all of the great ideas and I hope your health issues improve so you can continue this blog with all of the great crafts.

  5. says

    I signed up to do the V-day party for my daughter’s 3 year old class. i was very worried about it, since i work fulltime and am a single mom– where am i going to find the time to do it?? and how can i make it NOT look thrown together?? Your ideas are SUPER and a life saver. getting them out early is allowing me to actually NOT be a procrastinator for the first time in my life and her party has the potential to be wonderful. Thanks so much for your ideas and your excitement with which you post them!!
    P.S. and i envy that you keep up with your blog… mine has fallen dreadfully behind!!

    • says

      Thanks so much Elaine for all the sweet comments! So glad you are able to use them! I try to keep up but it definitely have become my “job”!

  6. says

    I still can’t believe it’s already time to be thinking about Valentine’s Day again already! I just saw these while I was perusing ideas for the big day on Pinterest, and wanted to pop over and check them out.

  7. Romy says

    I love the valentine printable for the kisses but I’m having trouble finding it can you please email the link if you have time?
    Thank you so much,

  8. sharlene says

    i love this idea, but i cannot seem to find the download. can you send the download to my email please? i’d love to try this out!

  9. Christine says

    These are so cute! Can you email me the link or post it here? I can’t seem to find the downloads. Thanks!!


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