These Push Pop Valentines are quick and easy to make. Just a little bit of vinyl on the outside, fill with the item of your choice, add string and a tag and you are all done.
When I decided this is what I wanted to create, I had to first find the empty containers. So I googled, “push pop containers” and found quite a few options. You can get them in large bulk up to 100, or just a few, and they are fairly inexpensive. If you want to use them, order them as soon as you can, so you aren’t scrambling at the last minute. Also, be sure and check your local craft stores.
For the vinyl, I used the the Blush Pink and Dahlia Red wall vinyl from Pazzles. Don’t forget the transfer tape, it makes it much easier. You will notice on the cutting files for this project, that I put a square around each section of hearts. I did this to create weeding for each section and ease of use.
For the tags, I used the Zig Memory System Ball Burgundy Pen. I love the detail it gives and it looks really good on my basic pink cardstock.
I created a fun bonus piece for you. A holder to keep them all in before you give them away. I just used basic pink cardstock for the outside and wrapped a ribbon around it. I also cut out some chipboard to put inside to help give it more stability for after you fill your containers up.
There are a lot of different things you can put in these containers. I chose M&M’s, but if you look on Pinterest or Google it, you may find something that is even more fun.
I hope you enjoy making these, I sure had fun creating them.
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