Chocolate lover’s will go crazy for these Valentine’s Gift Baskets! Just print out a gift tag and fill any container with chocolate for a perfect gift.
Three of my kids are beyond elementary school age, so of course there are no more Valentine’s Day parties and treats at school. It’s kind of a bummer for them. This year I decided to do something special so that Valentine’s Day is fun for all of my kids, not just the younger ones.
I made up some Valentine’s gift baskets that I will put on their beds when they are at school. I can’t wait to see the looks on their faces when they discover a basket of Hershey’s chocolate all for them!
Everyone at my house knows how much I love chocolate. I have hidden stashes all over the house for those emergency “must have chocolate” moments. My kids know they better not steal my chocolate! I thought it would be fun to come up with a tag reminding them that I do in fact love them more than chocolate. I’m pretty sure they’ll get a kick out of the tags I made! 🙂
Chocolate Lover’s Valentine’s Gift Baskets
These cute gift baskets could not be simpler to make. Here’s what you will need (affiliate links):
- a tin bucket (I got mine at Walmart for about a dollar)
- a bunch of Hershey’s chocolate
- baker’s twine, yarn, or thin ribbon
- free printable tags and white cardstock
- scissors, a tiny paper punch, and tape
To assemble your gift baskets:
-Download, print, and cut out the free printable gift tags onto white cardstock.
-Punch a tiny hole in the top of each gift tag.
-Fill your basket with chocolate. Make sure you sample some. 🙂
-Wrap a piece of baker’s twine around the top of the bucket. Thread both ends of the twine through the back of the tag, then tie a knot to secure it. Tie a bow in the twine, then secure the tag with tape if desired.
Just look at all that yummy chocolate! Hmmm, maybe I better make a basket for myself. Kidding, kidding.
To download the free printable tags, just click the link below. (I also made a set of tags in blue.)
Or if you prefer, just right click the photo below and save it. Open it in a program like Word, then print as many as you need.
More Free Valentine’s Day Printables:
Compensation was provided by Hershey via MomTrends for these Valentine’s Gift Baskets. The opinions expressed are 100% mine.