Happy Friday, Sweet Friends!
Today I have a Valentine treat holder idea to share that I made recently for the Therm O Web blog. A pair of sweet and simple fabric pocket pouches, perfect for a few holiday treats, and easy enough to make in bulk, even at the very last minute.
We don’t go big on Valentine’s Day at my house. Neither one of my kids has much of a sweet tooth, but I rarely let the day pass without gifting some small treat or trinket. This year, it’s a few Lindt chocolates tucked into these little fabric pouches. A fun alternative to the traditional paper gift bag.
The basic construction of these pouches is super easy, and the great thing is they can be made from any remnant fabric scraps you may already have at home. I lined the pouches with Therm O Web Stitch n’ Sew fleece for extra stability, and tied the tops off with some favorite ribbons and trim. Add a quick love note or hang tag, and you are good to go.
Simply start with a rectangle of fabric, fold in the sides, and secure with a bit of stitching. For a no-sew option, try Therm O Web’s Fabric Fuse adhesive. And for further instructions, check out my step-by-step tutorial on the Therm O Web blog.
Happy weekend, Friends! Thanks so much for stopping by!
The supplies I’ve used are linked and/or listed below:
Stamps: So Sweet Seasons by Close To My Heart
Other: Fabric, Trim, Fabric Brads