18 thoughts on “love mail valentine tutorial and printable

  1. Thanks for sharing this! My 7 year old was wanting something very similar to this for her class but with mini hershey bars in them. I’m going to show her these tonight!

  2. Laura says:

    Thanks for sharing this! My son is 1 and we are supposed to send valentines to his “class” at “school” (yeah… it’s a Parent’s Morning Out program, so that’s why I use the “”s). I was looking for something I could fill with M&Ms for the older kids and puffs for the younger ones- this is perfect! Thanks!

  3. Nova says:

    Thanks for being our guest today Anna x

  4. Kirsten says:

    Love to visit Noodlehead!
    Just ordered the pattern for the Runaround Bag. Can´t wait to be able to make my own – it´s really nice.

  5. Katie says:

    These are adorable!

  6. Vanessa says:

    wow! these are so neat. i was thinking of maybe making cute molded crayons for the kiddo’s classmates and maybe i could tuck them into these. thanks 🙂

  7. This is such a super cute idea! I’m sharing a tutorial, too. Stop by!


  8. Megan says:

    are those real m&ms in there? brilliant!

  9. erica says:

    Adorable. I was just thinking this afternoon that I would sew up wax paper bags with red thread but this is waaaayyy cuter. Thanks for the tutorial!

  10. Jessica says:

    That’s it, I’m totally making these for my department. Thanks!

  11. Kari says:

    Super cute to pass out on Vday!!! LOVE these!

  12. Kim M. says:

    Darling idea! It’s a keeper. What’s the font you used to write the title on your first photo? I’ve been looking for something similar.

  13. Amber says:

    I love that idea. Valentines Day is such a nice excuse to whip out all of these lovely joys.

  14. Such a sweet idea Anna, love it x

  15. Just wanted to let you know that the boys and I made these to give to their classmates on Monday — we LOVE them! I’ll probably be blogging about it on Monday, thanks for such a fun project for us to do together!


  16. Britney says:

    I just had to tell you that I LOVED these so I made them for all of my childrens’ classes. We used conversation hearts instead of M&M’s, but I think they still turned out pretty cute. Thank you so much for sharing your creativity and talent. These are probably my favorite Valentine’s ever!!! We may just repeat them again next year! I LOVE THEM!!!!! Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!!!

    britneywd (at) gmail (dot) com

  17. April says:

    Thanks so much for this!! I made them with puffs for my daughter’s friends since they are all under 2. I also used heart vellum. Thanks for the template, that made it super easy and quick to make! Here are how mine turned out (http://sewingnovice.com/2011/02/14/happy-valentines-day/)

  18. espicey says:

    I realize I’m a little late…but I tried to view the tutorial (for next year maybe:))…and it was “not found”…any chance I could still get it?

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