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Use purchased candy bars as a starting point. Personalize them with scrapbook papers, ribbons, buttons, beads, and stickers. Use decorative-edge scissors to add details, and cut out embellishments to top them off. Sew a red button on one and tie it up with string.

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How adorable are these matchbox valentines? Filled with little treats your co-workers would be very impressed if you brought a bunch of these in… They’d also work as favors for a wedding.

tutorial for pocket fold and a candy box from Becky Roberts

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How cute is this? Tootsie Roll Pop Butterflies! Looks easy enough to cut out the shape then make two notches in the center to slide the stick through. What a cute idea!

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So cute! I enjoy the graphics on old valentines. My dear 5th grade teacher kept the valentines that I gave her when I was a child. After her passing, her granddaughter gave them back to me- one of the best gifts I have ever received!! Amanda, thank you for giving them back to me. They are 45 years old!!