Valentine Party Favors

valentine party favors

Valentine party favors aren’t just for formal heart-themed gatherings! Everyday life is a party – so why not make a batch of little gifts to pass out to friends, family, even acquaintances. 

I’m a sucker for mini tins like this, especially the heart shaped ones. They’re normally used for weddings and filled with small candies, but why not give the idea a twist and put a chocolate in each one? 

Here is a little video I made showing how to make them, then i’ll explain in more detail below!

How to make Valentine Party Favors

Supplies:

whipped clay

Heart-shaped tins

Whipped clay

Letter beads

Micro glitter

Chocolate

Paper shred

Directions:

Remove the cap from one of the tubes of whipped clay and screw on the desired tip.

Squeeze it out all the way around the top of the tin.

Sprinkle a bit of the microfine glitter.

Carefully press in letter beads and other small objects.

Let dry for several hours.

Add a bit of shred in each tin, add a chocolate and put on the lid.

Serve them inside a large chocolate box or hand out one-by-one!

Other ideas:

If you don’t want to use chocolate, you can fill with M&Ms or even small crafty goodies, a note, a money bill, whatever you want!

I hope you like these Valentine party favors!

More ideas like this:

Whipped Clay Prayer Candles

Frosted Ornaments w/ Miniatures

Faux-Frosted Iced Shadow Boxes

Decoden for Stress Relief

Decoden Phone DIY

This is how we do shoes.

How To: Decoden (Micro Collage)

Love & light,


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