I cut the heart purses out of the fantastic paper I found! I also cut out matching heart cards to go with them, and some extra hearts to go on the baggies of goodies as well.
You can see that I also chose to do a heart box. Here they are all glued up and ready to be filled.
I also made up just some baggies of the suckers and marshmallows for the kids to give to extra people like their close friends, bus drivers, etc. Here is how I bagged up the goodies.
The suckers I just put in a cellophane bag and tied off with pink ribbons (that coordinated with the various papers that I used for the purses and bags).
Did you know that I made another batch of those awesome marshmallows? Yum-me!
I ran the extra hearts that I cut out, through the xyron to affix to the backs of the cellophane baggies to keep them closed nicely.
This is what the backs of the purses looked like. I had cut out holes in the front and back of the purse to run a ribbon through. The ribbon ties in the front, but runs through the back to attach the coordinating heart shaped cards to. This ribbon runs through the middle of the purse, so it also helps the contents of the purse to stay in. Thankfully marshmallow mushes a bit so that this all fit in nice and snug so that I wont worry about parts falling out before they make it to the teachers!
These templates weren't for door hangers, but I thought they sure looked cute hanging from my doorknobs!
I loved the glitter on this paper!
Linked to Fireflies and Jellybeans.