Love it!: InKing Royalty Blog Hop

InKing Royalty February Blog HopWelcome to the February InKing Royalty Blog Hop.  We’re excited to share projects that share inspiration for Valentine’s Day and our love of Stampin’ Up! products.  This hop is all about love.

You may have started the Blog Hop here or may have hopped over from September Gray at  After you read my post, I  hope you’ll hop over to the next.  If you get off track at any point during the blog hop, there’s a complete list of participants at the end of this post.

Valentine’s Day Sweet Treat Holder

With just a few steps, it’s simple to turn a Stampin’ Up! envelope into an adorable treat holder – perfect for a bit of Valentine’s Day candy.   Make them adorable for your kids/grandkids, or make them sophisticated and sweet for your friends/coworkers.  Either way, no one will turn away these cuties.

Say “I love you” on the outside.

Hey Valentine, Stampin' Up!, Brian King, envelope treat holderShow you love them with candy on the inside.

Hey Valentine, Stampin' Up!, Brian King, envelope treat holderHere’s my video that walks you through the quick-and-easy steps to make this fun and festive treat holder:

Stamp Sets:  Hey Valentine  Papers:  Real Red, Strawberry Slush  Accessories:  Whisper White Envelope, White Stampin’ Emboss Powder, Strawberry Slush Thick Bakers Twine, Stampin’ Dimensionals

I am so proud of my InKing Royalty Team – we have assembled an amazing community of new demonstrators and rejoins who love making cards and other paper crafts.  Some members are hobbyists.  Some members are actively building a business.  All members are enjoying every minute of this journey.  If you’d like more information about joining our talented team, please email me at [email protected]

Thank you for stopping by today.  I hope you’ll hop along to the next stop on the blog hop, Amy Whelan at Amy’s Inklings.  You certainly won’t want to miss any of these projects.


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  1. September Gray at
  2. Brian King at Stamp with Brian
  3. Amy Whelan at Amy’s Inklings
  4. Candy Ford at StampCandy
  5. Pam Morris at Tap Tap Stamp
  6. Lynn Kolcun at Avery’s Owlery
  7. Becky Volpp at Ink Blossom with Becky
  8. Angie Coleman at Coastal Stamping
  9. Kelly DeTommaso at Kelly’s Creative Corner
  10. Katie Ferguson at Cottage Paper
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  1. Love it ….love it ! I make “stuff” out of envelopes a lot ,but I don`t have this particular one . I know you are a big fan of those scissors because you shed a tear when you received them as a gift ! So share with us why they are so “wonderful” some time !!! Super cute idea !!

    • He shed a few tears as he snipped off the top of his finger…lol.

    • Sonny, Those scissors cut through ribbon like butta. I thought my snips would be fine, but one swipe across a piece of ribbon with these scissors, and I knew I had to have them. They are truly wonderful! No risk of frayed ends at all. THAT is something to write home about.

  2. Those envelopes are quite delicious! I love this project. I am always amazed at the wondrous versatility of our envelopes. Totally stealing this! Thanks for such a great blog hop today!

  3. Very cute!!!

  4. Love the splash of the heavy baker’s twine with your sweet school of fish! Adorable!

  5. Love it…haven’t made these envelope goodies for a long time now. Guess what I am going to be making now! Thanks!

  6. Love that envelope idea! Is it called “gift-a-lope?” Whatever, it’s adorable!

  7. I always love your videos Brian but this one is super special. Thanks.

  8. So cute, and so creative!!! I’d like to CASE that envelope treat holder if you don’t mind. That’s a winner! And don’t worry, I’ll always give credit where credit is due! :-).

  9. Sweet project, Brian! A definite CASE!

  10. LOVE IT…Will be making 3 for my Grandkids!! 1 for my mailman and one for my trash collector….

  11. Very cute Brian! Perfect for school Valentines!! But I am surprised by you. What do you mean by saying no pink for boys – especially on Valentine’s Day?!!

  12. Cute! Cute! Cuter! and the CUTEST!! Did I say how much I think this is CUTE? I have heard about doing things like this with envelopes, but I haven’t seen this one yet. Leave it to you, the KING, to show us how! I am making Valentine treats for everyone I know now! Thanks for sharing 🙂

  13. What a great idea. Love it

  14. This is just so darn cute Brian, I love the idea of the envelope for holding a candy bar.
    This video comes just in time because my little 10 year old granddaughter asked me if I can make her some Valentines for her classmates and her teacher and this is just perfect. I don’t have that super cute stamp but I can substitute with another image.
    Love it Brian, thank you for sharing.

  15. Love this project and the video. You are so creative!

  16. I love this project Brian. It will be perfect for my Mother/Daughter club members!
    How did you color the small heart with Strawberry Slush? Is that embossing powder too?

  17. The embossing just make those cute little fish pop.

  18. Brian, what a great idea for Valentine’s treats! I have this set and will definitely be making some this weekend. Also a big shout out to your daily blog, I think It’s the “2015”version of either the morning paper or evening news, it’s great to be inspired daily by your creativity and humour. Yes I’m Canadian! Best regards, Vicki

  19. super cute idea, will be doing this for the grandkids for sure!!

  20. Oh BRIAN, I’m glad it was that project you shared, that’s the Env we made at your place and I lost it ! And for the love of God I couldn’t remember how we made it , thank you thank you my Dear friend !!! Oh I love you !!!!!!!
    This is sooo cute , yes perfect for valentines, Tfs ,
    Hug and more hugs

  21. Absolutely adorable – thank you so much for sharing!!!!

  22. So sweet! This is a wonderful way to dress up a tiny treat. Thanks for sharing, Brian!

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