Put Together a Thoughtful Valentine’s Day Gift

Valentine's Day Coffee or Tea Kit by kraft&mint Tutorial DIY

I’m plain happy right now and super excited to share with you this project for Valentine’s day. One of the things my husband and I look forward the most is to wake up in the morning, make a fresh cup of coffee and enjoy the quiet of our home before the kids get up.

This valentine’s day I thought of surprising the hubs with a small gift to take to the office. Valentine’s day lands on a Saturday but that doesn’t mean I can’t start spoiling the hubs the day before v-day.

What I put together:

Valentine's Day Coffee or Tea Kit by kraft&mint Tutorial DIY

  1. I used an A7 size Kraft card box from paper source, washi tape and a heart punch.
  2. First, I covered part of the interior of the box with washi tape. I also taped the outside of the box.
  3. Third, I used my heart punch to make white confetti hearts.
  4. Finally, I filled up the box with the confetti.

These heart-shaped cinnamon sugar “cubes” inspired my project. I found these on “Food 52” and had to get them!

Initially I thought of using a gourmet instant coffee packet but the hubs decided to cut back on coffee! So next on my list was tazo tea.

Valentine's Day Coffee or Tea Kit by kraft&mint Tutorial DIY

I put the sugar hearts in a small glassine bag, added a tea bag and included a note with my gift.

Valentine's Day Coffee or Tea Kit by kraft&mint Tutorial DIY

  1. Small note card I made last year at Ben Franklin’s die cut center.
  2. View of the inside of the card.
  3. Used the same washi tape I used for the box to seal my card.
  4. And voila, my kit was done.

Valentine's Day Coffee or Tea Kit by kraft&mint Tutorial DIY

The outside of the box looks pretty and not so girlie (like the inside of the box.) The hubs will open this at the office ;)

Valentine's Day Coffee or Tea Kit by kraft&mint Tutorial DIY

Hope you enjoyed this post! I had all the fun in the world putting this gift together and hope you give it a try! Happy crafting ;)

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2 Comments

  1. 2015/01/21 / 1:10 am

    This is so cute! I love all the fun touches you added and those cinnamon sugar hearts are adorable!

    • 2015/01/21 / 5:17 am

      Thank you Ginnie! Those little sugar hearts inspired me to make this kit! I’m treasuring them for a future tea party for my daughter too!

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