Free Printable Valentine Treat Bag Toppers

Oh how I love candy.  It is definitely my weak spot when it comes to trying to live a healthy life.  Not only is candy delicious, it is so dang cute!  So many different shapes, sizes, colors, and textures. So, come holiday time – I’m all over the candy fun.

For Valentine’s day I think it is fun to make your own Valentine’s.  This DIY Valentine idea is so simple.  Select your favorite candy Valentine Candy (shop now at Candy Crate), package it in a simple Ziploc bag, and add a cute free printable bag topper.

Free Printable Valentine’s

Printable Treat Bag Topper Tutorial

You can print your treat bag topper printed at home using an inkjet or color laser printer on card stock or send them to a photo printer.  I provided downloads for both types of print jobs.  May favorite way to print them is at a photo printer and thought it might be helpful to provide a quick tutorial on how to put together your treat bag topper that is printed at the photo printer.

  1. Print 4×6 sized images are your favorite photo printer.  I usually go to Costco, but another good option is Shutterfly.  The benefit of Shutterfly is the prints are mailed to you and you don’t have to worry about hauling the kids somewhere.
  2. Cut 4×6 prints in half.  Each 4×6 print will make 2 bag toppers.
  3. Fold bag toppers in half.
  4. Staple to top of 3″ x 4″ Ziploc jewelry bags filled with your favorite Valentine’s candy.

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Download Free Printable Valentine Treat Bag Toppers

There are two different designs and two different downloads for each design.  The PDF download can be printed on an inkjet or color laser printer on card stock.  The 4×6 download can be printed at your favorite photo printer.  When I am creating bag toppers, I like to print them with a photo printer (usually Costco or Shutterfly) because the colors and vibrant, the paper is thick, and you get a nice finish.


  1. says

    LOVE it…It’s so cute! Also love the pattern of the paper do you happen to have that for sale? Would love to make so juice wrappers to complement them Thanks :)

  2. Stephanie says

    Thank you so much for sharing these super cute printables! I’m going to use them for my daughters class party this year.

  3. Denae Avlos says

    I was wondering if there was a way to add <3 & my daughter's name (Emma Claire) to this? I LOVE this idea!!!! I'm also using the valentines Bingo cards! Love all your stuff!!!

    • Camille says

      Thank you for the kind words. If you have Photoshop or another photo editing program, you could import the file and overlay the text. Hope that helps! XOXO

  4. Renee says

    Thank you so much for these. I actually had them printed at Costco and they are super cute! Thank you for putting in the directions for printing them as photos. Thank you, Thank you, Thank you!

  5. Angie says

    Thank you! These are so cute! So grateful to you for sharing for those of us (okay me) who wait until the last minute.

  6. Eva says

    These are so beautiful!!
    I got them printed at Costco on glossy 4×6 photo paper. I saved printing time, paper and ink. I easily added my name (I’m giving them my to students. I teach fourth grade) and my son’s names (sending them to their preschool) on Thank you so much for these!

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