Valentine Brownies

Happy Valentine’s Day!  I hope you receive some special Valentine’s treat today, whether it be chocolate, flowers, a sweet card, or to just hear the words, “I love you.”

Here are the treats I made for my children, husband, and a favorite teacher.

Valentine Brownies -- group

I didn’t want to put too much effort into them, as I know my children will tear into them without spending much time examining the packaging.  However, I still wanted them to be special.

Valentine Brownie

I used some glassine bags that I had on hand.  And what’s inside the bags, you might be asking?  Well, I think the title of my post gave it away, but I put heart-shaped brownies inside.


Hmmm… they don’t look too appetizing in this picture, but they really are good.  I think I need to practice my photography of food.  I’m not very experienced at that.  🙂

I hope you have a great Valentine’s Day!  Thanks for stopping by!

Supplies Used:
Stamps:  That’s the Ticket
Ink:  Pool Party
Paper:  Very Vanilla, More Amore Specialty dsp
Embellishments:  Ticket Duo Builder punch, Hearts a Flutter framelits, Pearl Basic Jewels, Pool Party 3/8″ Ruffled Ribbon and Baker’s Twine, Tea Lace Paper Doilies


6 thoughts on “Valentine Brownies

  1. What a sweet treat to share with your Valentine. Here is a little trick I use to make my brownies special. Cut a heart from a scrap of cardstock and lay it on the bottom side of the brownie and dust with powdered sugar, then carefully remove it. It works like a stensil and you can use either the positive or negative image. Another great use for our framelits or punches.

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