Continuing on with my candy free valentines, I made this fun Orange printable with heart shaped wedges. You can pair it with a real orange or you can use the cups of Mandarin oranges. My local Sam's Club has them on sale through the end of January. They make an adorable treat for the kids!
I know this one had been done before. But I really like having it on these Mandarin orange cups. They can eat them now or later.
To print off a sheet of 12 please click on the link below.
While shopping at Sam's Club I found these little Debbie snacks. I remember them fondly from my childhood. I though they would make an adorable Nutty Valentine for one of my kids classes at school. For 12 snack packs it cost about $4. I can have a fun treat for my daughters class for under $8. Perfect!
When you were a kid do you remember those little packs of Crackers with a cheese and the little red stick to spread it with. They were a special treat for my family. We loved them on car trips or on special occasions. And know my kids love them too.
My local Sam's Club carries them so I sometimes treat my kids with them in their school lunch. So this year I though it might be cute to make them into a Valentine. For about $8 for 24 packs and my free printable you can make your own Valentine for you kids classes!
Valentine's Day is just around the corner. I have been thinking about what my kiddos could wear to there Valentine parties at school. I wanted something not super Valentiny so they could wear it anytime but had a valentine feel to it. Then I saw Larissas' adorable Hashtag shirt for her son.
I am a total 80"s girl. I loved neon tank tops and biker shorts. I had bangs that reached for the skies and a terrible perm.
I spoke like an 80's girl saying things like "Totally Awesome", "Totally Tubular" "Gag me with a Spoon", and "Don't have a Cow Man".
Some of my favorite memories as a kid were playing Cabbage patch, Transformers and watching He-Man, She-rah and J.E.M on T.V. We teased my brother relentlessly because his initials were J,E.M. He was not as pleased with our teasing.
Fast forward to 2014 and my kids love watching the same shows on Netflix. As a matter of fact I showed my daughter this Valentine and she asked why J.E.M was on the Valentine. I just love that girl!
I found these awesome test tubes filled with gumballs at Sam's Club and just had to have them. They cost $10 for 24 of them. Super cheap. Most of these treat tubes are a dollar a piece. So this is a total bargain. I grabbed myself a couple and made up this fun printable for your kids to share with there friends at school for the lovey holiday.
For this Valentine I wanted something you could use for a class party. These are perfect for the kids to have along with their class treats. You can pick up a case of Sunny Delight from Sam's Club for about $6. Add the printable below and your are ready to go.
Last summer my husband went to Taiwan for a business trip. He brought back my daughter a beautiful fan. She loved to play with it. Because of where it came from and the money it cost I wanted her to keep it nice. But she insisted on playing with it. Until I found these cheap fans at Zurchers. So I bought a bag for $2 and let her play to her hearts content.
Now it's Valentines season and I though they might be a fun thing to give to her little girl friends at school for her Valentine. So I made this easy printable to tie to them. Because every little girl needs a fan, right?
My daughter has a love of animals. Sometimes she wants to pretend she is a dog and have dog treats. In comes Scooby Graham crackers shaped like dog bones. She loves them. So I thought it would be fun to make her some Scooby snacks to share with her Valentines this year. You can buy them in a large box and bag them or buy the individual bags and add the tag. Super simple and not quite so full of sugar! You can also buy individually packaged bags of Scooby snacks in a 12 pack at your local Walmart.
Here are 10+ Handmade Valentine you can make with your kids for under $5. Free Printables' Included!!! Just click, print, sign and send. Add a fun treat or toy and you are ready to go. These fun Valentines can be used for classmates, teachers, kiddos or friends. Enjoy!
I found these cute candy watches the other day at the dollar store. I loved these as a kid and begged my mom to buy me one at the store. Do you remember them?? Candy necklaces, lipstick and bracelets. They were the best. Well my little miss saw them and wanted them to. And for only a buck who can say no? So I came up with this sweet, easy valentine for her to help make. I used one of my favorite things... Washi Tape!
This year for my boys teacher, I wanted to find something fun and humorous for them. I thought this little saying says it all. "I hope you Valentines doesn't Suck this year. I paired with with one of those cool drinking cups that are ever so popular. Fill it with a yummy treat and you are ready to go.
I have been working on a few Valentines for my kids this year. I have been trying to come up with lots of choices both with and without candy. Today's pick is cowboy valentine. The Free Printable reads: "I'm Roping you in Valentine"
I found a large package of boxed stickers at the dollar store. My little girls loves stickers. She sticks them wherever she can. I thought they would make a great valentine for a preschool or kindergarten class. I made a cute printable to print and stick to the front of the box. Or print and attach to glow sticks, pixie sticks, gum or those little sticky hands that kids love to get in the 25 cent machine.(I think they sell the sticky hands in bulk at a party store like Zurchers or Party city.)
This year I am Wishing you a Happy Valentines day!!!
My little girl loves anything princess or fairies. So this year I came up with Wishing Wand Valentines. Inexpensive and easy to make, your little miss can personalize each wand. The best part if this Valentine is after your little miss is done with her wishing wand she can use her wand as a pencil! So grab your supplies, make a wish and whip up your Valentines the old fashion way in less than 30 minutes.