Today’s DIY brought me on a trip back to my childhood. Maybe because I was born in the 80s and remember sporting sweet jewel-shaped bling on my fingers. Perhaps you do too? Oh the memories!! Well if you loved Ring Pops as a child, you will certainly love making this craft at home for Valentine’s Day.
This post is inspired by my Ring Pop Party Favors. Do you remember those? Well this DIY will surely bring out the child in the one you love.
Put your heart on display.
A two-part feature with DIY instructions on the hand-made card and heart-shaped Ring Pop valentine.
Handmade Hearts Card
Paper cutter or scissors
Bakers twine or ribbon
Using paper-cutter or scissors, cut pre-designed card stock in half.
Take the cut half of card stock and fold in half to the right, making sure to line up the edges.
Place a heart-shaped sticker in the front center of the card.
Handwrite words of your choice on the inside of the card. Mine reads, “you have my heart, and my heart is yours, xoxo.”
Using your hole punch, punch one hole in the top right corner of your card.
Thread your bakers twine or ribbon through the hole and tie in a sweet little bow.
Ring Pop Valentine
1 clear plastic container (these are available in my etsy shop)
15 inches of red or pink ribbon
1 Valentine Collection Ring Pop
Remove Ring Pop from packaging.
Remove lid from plastic box.
Flip box upside down and insert Ring Pop into box on an angle, pushing until secure.
Seal with lid.
Add a festive bow and get ready to display your love.
A valentine that’s perfect for kids of all ages.
please note: you must flip the box upside down for the ring pop to fit securely and for easy removal. Make these only 24 hours before gifting and be certain that they are stored in a cool and dry place.
posh little tip:
Bridal season is almost upon us. Are you looking for a memorable Bridesmaid invite? Look no further! Other fun uses: Favors for parties of all kinds, especially wedding related celebrations such as engagements and bachelorette.
More inspiration is on the way! Until then, stay posh!
This DIY concept was seen first on Posh Little Designs. All images are photographed and owned property of Posh Little Designs.