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Need a unique idea for Valentine’s Day this year? These Valentine treat cups are just the cutest and would make a great teacher or friend gift for one of my favorite holidays.
I discovered Expressions VinyI when I designed and cut vinyl for our family gallery wall and my scrapbook room quote . The vinyl was terrific and the projects turned out beautifully.
Who knew I could get so revved up over a plastic tumbler?
Here’s what the website says about the product:
The 16oz. Bolero tumbler is double wall to keep your drinks cooler longer and is made of polypropelene. These tumblers feature a snap on lid and matching O-ring straw. The first thing you will notice about these tumblers is that they are made of a slightly more pliable material than their acrylic counterpart. The beauty of this is they are more friendly to circumstances such as being dropped making them more kid friendly.
I like that. Kid friendly. Which for me, really means adult friendly since I am constantly dropping things.
I used my Cricut for this project and cut out several different patterns in both black and white. I have used the company’s vinyl before and it is way easier to use than some craft store brands. I know. I tried them and they failed. And the price is definitely competitive.
The right vinyl makes the project so much easier. I used a different product on my Scrap Wood Christmas Tree and it was a bear.
I’m going to give these to my kids for Valentine’s Day filled with chocolate. They’ll love me.
Love this. Love my Celestial Seasonings Southern Sweet Black Tea (and no, I didn’t get free samples of the tea. ~sigh~)
Love the price, too. Each tumbler is under $3 and can be ordered in bulk. I even made a cup for my sweetheart.
I think this would be a cute gift filled with chocolates and candy (or even K-cups for your favorite sweetie.)
You’ll have to wait to see my latest project which is a scripture quote for my daughter’s room. It’s still a work in progress. Need some inspiration before then? Check out my project gallery for more DIY projects, recipes, scrapbooking, homeschooling and more.
So adorable! I’ve been looking for alternatives to acrylic tumblers. You made them irresistible!
Hi, Kim. I loved this simple Valentine project, too, and thought it was especially cute for kids with candy in it! Thanks for visiting Marty’s Musings!
Very cute! I’ve been wanting to do a tumbler and I think this project would be a perfect start. Thanks for the idea!!
I”m glad you like the project! It’s simple and cute for the kids, and these tumblers are great!