Earlier in the week I shared a cute kid’s valentine idea, and today I wanted to show you another! Two kids, two totally different personalities, and two different Valentines to make. This is a simple print, decorate, and attach a little surprise craft that will be as fun for the kids to put together as it is to give to friends! With a simple mason jar printable and a happy Valentin’s Day Love Bug message, this is a great little valentine for kids of many ages whether they are boys or girls!
Valentines Day is closing in and I wanted to share what the kids made for their classmates this year for Valentines. I am a pretty firm believer in giving non-cany valentines, considering the kiddos get plenty of other sweets between Christmas and this time of the year! Here is a really fun valentine that my son made from start to finish for his friends that is a colorful way to give a surprise without the added sugar. Homemade crayon rings with swirly colors and a message for friends to have a colorful Valentines day is the perfect sweet, but not TOO sweet gift!
Next week is a big week in our house. The festivities begin with Valentine’s day followed by both kids having a birthday within 4 days of that. It is always an exciting and joyous time for our family! With a busy and hectic schedule, and the chaos of Christmas time still looming over our heads I have decided to make it my mission, to keep things simple! One of the things I am planning for this Valentines Day is so simple and inexpensive but still makes the day extra special for the kids. Along with a little scavenger hunt to share some reasons why their daddy and I love them and homemade heart shaped doughnuts, they will be waking up to a couple of surprises on the 14th of February.
Valentines Day is just around the corner and we just finished up a special something for the kid’s to take to school for their friends. With lots of new allergy related rules in schools I have decided that in lou of candy treats for Valentine’s Day that the kids and I could come up with some other inexpensive ideas that don’t involve food at all. We put together three great valentines for under .35 cents each, and another for the teachers under .75 cents each. Because my daughter has a slight straw obsession we choose crazy straws for her preschool friends, and my son choose bouncy balls for his kindergarten class. We also made some crayon and marker valentines for teachers and a few their friends.