Sweet Little Burlap Heart Treats

This is the second post on these little pouch hearts with hidden treats inside. Once I got started I couldn't stop. I kept thinking of all different ways to make these hearts so, of course, I had some ribbon burlap that was perfect!!

These are made the same way I made these paper hearts for treats. Full instructions are on the paper hearts post. I didn't see the need to do all the step by step instructions twice.

 I bought a wide burlap ribbon with lace on it before Christmas. I was making the Romantic Mason Jars (143 of them but that's a whole other story). I needed lots of burlap embellishments for the Mason jars (and regular pickle jars, too.) Anyway, I sized a heart pattern to fit onto the burlap ribbon, then added fabric roses which I'm so totally into making right now. A few XOXO's and you have a very sweet way to give candy at Valentine's, don't you think?

Very easy to make. Cut out some hearts out of burlap (it doesn't have to be burlap ribbon, burlap fabric is fine). Cover with lace if you like, glue them together with hot glue leaving one side open to slip in a chocolate heart candy, add a ribbon "arrow", a few green paper leaves and some kind of a flower in the center. I used my handmade fabric roses.

Hope you enjoy this.

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  1. What a darling idea. Thank you for sharing.

  2. Oh my goodness! I can’t tell you how much I love these little rustic hearts! So dainty! Handmade is always best!

    If you have time, please come share your art at the brand new Sunday Sunshine Blog Hop, starting this week! These would be a perfect addition to share!

    Ridge Haven Homestead

    Look for the hop on Sunday morning at https://www.ridgehavenhomestead.com

  3. How sweet! Thanks for sharing at Vintage Charm!

  4. These are SO cute! I love Valentine's Day and hearts. Visiting from Inspire Me Monday.

  5. I love it. They are so pretty. Pinned!

  6. Those are so darling Linda! Thanks for the tutorial, and Happy Valentines!


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