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    Valentine's Day Treat Packages

    To make these custom treat packages, cut out a picture of your child, scan it, and print onto heavyweight matte paper. Cut tags using pinking shears for the bottom edges, draw hearts, and stamp or write a message on each one. Fold the tags and tape them to cellophane bags filled with sweets.

  • Fill flattened cupcake liners with candy for a treat you won't have to bake. The liners' pleats nicely frame scrap-art pictures or paper hearts (we used scalloping scissors to trim some). Use a craft punch or paper flowers to make cute borders.

    How to Make into the Cupcake Goodies
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    Valentine's Day Sign Card

    Create this card by making signs out of construction paper, doilies, and adhesive letters from an office-supply store. Photograph your child holding the signs, then tape the pictures to construction paper and fold the card accordion-style.

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    Patterned Paper Wrap

    Store- bought treats are more special when covered in pretty patterned paper. Pen a note on the underside or on a tag attached with waxed twine. Tuck gum into a card stock "matchbook" stamped with a message; sticks of gum sold in large packs often have plain white wrappers that are perfect for decorating with stickers. A lollipop adorned with a sticker and taped to a card stock heart will also be welcome, as would button candy slipped into a small paper bag embellished with die-cut scrap art (available at crafts stores).

  • With just a little TLC, colorful hearts flourish as the petals of a new flower variety -- one with a lollipop center and stem.

     

    How to Make the Heart-and-Lollipop Flowers

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  • Snip delightful candy hearts for an entire class in a snap.

    How to Make the Sweet Spot Hearts
  • Pipe sweet designs and messages onto store-bought chocolates.

    Photography: Annie Schlechter
    How to Make the Personalized Chocolates
  • A gift of cookies or sweets becomes extra tempting when packaged in a transparent envelope that lets the goodies show through.

    How to Make the See-Through Valentines
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  • This practical valentine marks the sweetest spot in a book.

    How to Make the Heart Bookmark
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    Heart-Shaped Tea Bag

    Warm someone up by adding a handwritten note to a tea bag. Cut two hearts out of red construction paper using a heart-shaped crafter's hole punch (available at crafts stores). Use a metallic pen to write a short message on one of the hearts. Next, remove a tea-bag tag and, at the end of the string, affix two hearts, back-to-back, using double-sided tape or a stapler. Package bags to give as a present, or steep one in hot water and serve.

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    Cinnamon Candy Cider

    Here's a potion kids are sure to love. Among the ingredients are cinnamon candies that give it zing. Stir 1 quart apple cider and 1/4 cup hard cinnamon candies in a medium saucepan over low heat. Bring to a simmer, stirring constantly, until heated through and candies have melted completely, about 8 minutes. Serve warm.

  • Friends will be aflutter over envelopes that turn into valentines. Cut a fat heart from paper that has a white side and a patterned side -- wrapping paper works well.

    Photography: Annie Schlechter
    How to Make the Folding Hearts Valentines
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    Felt Heart Hat

    Get your baby ready to fight the winter chill: a festive pilot's cap embellished with felt hearts helps keep tiny ears toasty. Cut two large hearts from felt. Then use a needle and thread to stitch them to the cap at three points. If you want the decoration to be permanent, affix hearts with fabric glue before sewing.

  • If the sun seems to peer right into your window, give it something pretty to look at -- and through. These translucent hanging hearts are easy to make from waxed paper and crayons. In return, sunbeams will color your room with cheer.

    How to Make the Crayon Hearts
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  • Stamped soaps, inspired by candy conversation hearts, are great gifts for friends. Put in cellophane bags tied with tags; adorn with glitter.

    How to Make the Heart-Shaped Soap
  • The easy-to-make envelopes don't hold your valentine cards -- they are the cards.

    Photography: Ellie Miller
    How to Make the Embellished Envelope Cards
  • Surprise a loved one by hanging a heart-shaped container filled with candy on his doorknob or near his computer.

    How to Make the Bonbon-Filled Hearts

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