What about giving to your perfect match a box of pretzel matches.

Valentines Box of Edible Matches Tutorial and Free Printable by the36thavenue.com

 

Matt loved this Valentines, my 12 year old loved it as well,

and my little Mimi thought it was so easy and yummy to make.

Valentines Box of Edible Matches Tutorial and Free Printable by the36thavenue.com

 

Let us show you a quick tutorial.

You are going to need a bag of small stick pretzels, red candy melts and a large box of matches.

Optional: Sprinkles of your choice. We used the red sugary kind.

Valentines Box of Edible Matches Tutorial and Free Printable by the36thavenue.com

 

I thought they look great at this point. If you like them just like this then let them dry on top of wax paper.

Valentines Box of Edible Matches Tutorial and Free Printable by the36thavenue.com

 

If you want to give them a little sparkle simply dip the pretzel a second time in the sprinkles.

 I repeated this step many times until I had enough pretzels to cover the top of the box.

Valentines Box of Edible Matches Tutorial and Free Printable by the36thavenue.com

 

I put inside of the empty box a piece of tissue paper and then

I filled the match box with regular stick pretzels almost to the top.

 No, I didn’t make hundreds of them just enough to cover the last two layers.

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The match box originally came with a piece of white card-stock that prevents the matches from moving.

I used it as a template to trace and cut a new festive Valentine piece.

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For the outside I made a free cover printable.

You’ll get a set of three covers from each print.

Valentine Box of Edible Matches Tutorial and Free Printable by the36thavenue.com

 Cut the saying you like and wrap the top of the box with it. Fold the ends under and tape them.

You’ll end up with this.

Valentines Box of Edible Matches Tutorial and Free Printable by the36thavenue.com

 

Feel free to print your own.

Make sure you re-size it to a 100% before printing.

Valentines Box of Edible Matches Tutorial and Free Printable by the36thavenue.com

8×10 Valentine Match Box Covers

 

They are so fun!

I hope this Valentine Gift matches your taste…

OK that was cheesy!

Valentines Box of Edible Matches Tutorial and Free Printable by the36thavenue.com

 

Thank you for visiting another day… It means a lot to me!

Besos

Desirée

 

Desiree
Hi there! After years of working in interior design, I fueled my passion for DIY into my own little corner dedicated to creativity. I am grateful that blogging has given me the opportunity to do what I love and share my passion for transforming, creating and reinventing with our readers.
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29 Responses to Valentine Edible Box of Matches

  1. Cynthia says:

    I love this idea! You little one is so cute! Thank you, for the great inspiration. I need to get to work!

  2. Laurie says:

    What a darling fun project!!! You can’t beat it when it is easy, and cute to boot. Mimi is such a cutie patootie also.

  3. Jennie says:

    Darling Desi. Love them. xo stay warm from the cold and snow pebbles outside. jen

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