Fabric Heart Treat Bags

It's a Create With Me project day!  Create With Me is a monthly challenge where you, the reader, choose the medium that we are going to work with to create a project.  Last month, you chose fabric.  I decided to make a fun little craft project, perfect for Valentine's Day!  Yesterday, I shared a round-up of Valentine's Day projects, now you have one more to add to your list!

These cute little treat bags are super easy to make.  You don't really need knowledge of sewing to put together these bags.{This post contains affiliate links, see full disclosure here.}

My daughter, Emma, takes a sewing class and gets a lot of fabric squares for her projects.  I gathered a whole bunch of fabric in Valentine's Day colors and used a wooden heart I had on hand as my template to cut out a heart for the front of each one.  My little bags were purchased at the Target Dollar Spot, but HERE is a link to similar ones.  

Using embroidery floss in a contrasting color, I hand stitched with large stitches the heart to the front of the bag. 

So simple and yet so cute!!  These can be filled with candies or small trinkets.  Also, small bottles of body lotion or hand sanitizers would fit down in them.

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  2. Hil says:

    Those are so sweet, I love how practical it would be for the kids to bring home their treats afterwards too.

    Thanks for sharing at #bloggerspotlight

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  6. Very cute, so many ways to use those!
    Thanks for sharing at Funtastic Friday!

  7. Very cute design. Love the simplicity of it.

  8. Ariel says:

    what a great idea for fabric scraps!

  9. Jennie says:

    I love how simple and sweet these are! And yay for the Target Dollar Spot! 🙂 Have a great day!

  10. Julie says:

    Sp pretty, I have so many scraps of fabric that I just can’t bear to part with, this would be perfect for them.

  11. carolyn says:

    So stinkin’ cute!!!
    Such a great idea! I love it.
    Perspective

  12. What a great way to use my fabric scraps – cute yet easy!

  13. Emily says:

    Amy, these are so super cute, and such a fun way to use up some scraps of fabric!

  14. Amanda says:

    These are SO cute! What a fun idea!

  15. These little bags are so adorable! I could picture these used perfectly as wedding favors with little treats inside!

  16. I love a fabric project that doesn’t involve a sewing machine- since I don’t know how to use one! lol. The hand sanitizer idea.. that immediately hit me as such a good idea for teachers, medical professionals, people who work customer service. I remember going through so much of the stuff back in the day. Nowadays though… gimme chocolate!

  17. This is so cute and simple! I could even make this without being a good seamstress 🙂

  18. BonBon says:

    These are really cute. Thanks for sharing

  19. Sarah says:

    They are SO cute Amy. And even though I can’t sew or stitch, I feel like I could do this! I love the big, white stitches. They would be cute for teacher gifts, too!

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