A sweet treat for Valentine’s Day

Hi there! 
It’s Tifany here from Ink Blots by TRD and today I’m sharing a delicious treat with you!  
Okay, it’s not easy to share homemade, chocolate-dipped peanut butter balls through the internet…but I can at least share the recipe with you. (And the recipe makes plenty to share with friends and neighbors.) 
I don’t pretend to be some master chocolatier – these aren’t the prettiest things. (In fact, my friends and I call them my “peanut butter blobs”.) 
But they sure do taste good!
Once you’ve got all those treats made, it’s time to wrap them up.

I created these quick and easy boxes that each hold three peanut butter balls:

And, of course, I used The Twinery’s twine to add an extra pop of color (and hold the boxes closed).
I used The Twinery’s Solid Charcoal, Solid Honeydew, and Solid Pink Sorbet twines:
…delicious treats all packaged up and ready to pass out for Valentine’s Day! 
(If you don’t eat them all first.)
 
Enjoy!

Supplies: 
Twine: The Twinery (Solid Charcoal, Solid Honeydew, Solid Pink Sorbet); 
Patterned Paper: Heidi Swapp; Jen Hadfield;
Tools: Fiskars (Trimmer, Scissors); We R Memory Keepers (1-2-3 Punch Board);

One Response to A sweet treat for Valentine’s Day

  1. Marianne B in AZ says:

    These would probably become my new favorite if I ever ate even one! I am a believer that peanut butter/chocolate or chocolate/peanut butter (it works either way for me!) should be promoted as the most important food group available! Love what you did with the box too!

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