DIY Valentine I Love You Oreos

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As discussed a bazillion times I’m all about the simple yet festive ways to dress up sweets.  Last week I dressed up some brownies and this week I thought I would play with my husband’s second fave sweet, Oreos.  Using adorable Valentine’s Day gift tag printables by D&P Celebrations I created DIY Valentine I Love You Oreos.  They are the cutest, right?

The gift tags heart is normally red in color but when your printer ink is running low it creates a soft pink color. Instead of replacing my ink I rolled with it.  I’ll be back with another unique way to use these gift tags and I’ll showcase the original red color February 5th along with the rest of the D&P Celebrations design team.

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DIY Valentine I Love You Oreos

Supplies: Gift Tags by D & P Celebrations, Oreos, Wax paper and Twine

Cut the wax paper into strips. Wrap the wax paper around a stack of Oreos and use twine to hold it together. Slide your gift tag cut out on the wax paper under your twine. Set out your dressed up Oreos for your Valentine, hand them out to friends or create a cake stand display of Oreo wraps at your next party.

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5 Responses to "DIY Valentine I Love You Oreos"

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  1. Pamela Smerker

    January 20, 2014 at 10:19 am

    These turned out adorable! Such a great idea!!

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    • Melissa

      January 20, 2014 at 10:46 am

      Thanks, and thank you for letting me showcase your tags! xo

      Reply
  2. Angel Y.

    January 20, 2014 at 1:29 pm

    Melissa, these are adorable! Such a cute, quick Valentine’s gift.

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  3. Stephanie {Spaceships and Laser Beams}

    January 24, 2014 at 6:20 am

    Nothing screams “I Love You” the sweetest than these Oreos! Thanks for sharing! :)

    Reply

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