Valentine’s Mug Cake Gift Idea

 It’s no secret how I love pretty things! Especially pretty packaging for gifts! With Valentine’s Day not far away, I was looking to create a small gift that would be great to give to friends, teachers or neighbours, while also being easy to put-together and budget-friendly. When I saw these sweater-wrapped mugs at the dollar store, I knew that they would work for cute mug cake gifts!

Whenever I see pretty felt embellishments in a package for a dollar or two, I always pick them up because with a little imagination, they can always be used to pretty something up!
I am crazy over felt embellishments and I love these colours together.
Here are all the supplies that I used to create this gift. The Dr. Oetker Mug Cake mixes were a ridiculous 99 cents each with 2 packages inside! {And we have made the mug cakes a few times and they are really good!} Lots of felt hearts work for so many things!
Then I just layered a white heart paper doily and some felt hearts and tied it all up with baker’s twine.
Inside is a mug cake along with a handful of Hersheys kisses.
Such a sweet and simple gift, don’t you  think?
Perfect for a teacher or even your own kids…big or small.
Now I am super hungry for a little mug cake…all of this talk about sweets and chocolate will do that to a girl!
Looking for more Valentine’s ideas? Check out my Pinterest board here:


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