Cute Valentines, Can’t Decide!

January 19th, 2012 in About Me, Crafts

Abby & I can’t decide which Valentines to give this year. These are our top choices:

 

I’m Wild for You Valentines & Lollipop Valentine by Design Mom

Stick ‘Em Valentine by Sherelle Christensen

I Dig You Valentine by The Fry Family

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Friendship Bracelet Valentines & I’ve Had My Eye on You by dandee-designs

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Or I could print those two really cute free printables (up above) and attach them to a piece of candy! You can find them here and here.

So many clever ideas! Which one, I wonder, would not take a terrible amount of time but still be something new and cute?

I also need to start planning her class’ Valentines Party. Any ideas for me?

 

*actually she finally picked — went for the magnifying glass one, the easiest one! Wahoo!

6 Responses to “Cute Valentines, Can’t Decide!”

  • von
    January 19th, 2012 at 4:13 am

    This is one thing that is a bummer…Savannah doesn’t get to do Valentines at school. So we opted to send Valentine cards instead of Christmas this year. :)

  • Emily
    January 19th, 2012 at 4:54 am

    Love the “I dig you” ones. Of course, I’m a fan of the candy for sure. ;) Wish I had some ideas for your party. Our elementary school provides heart cookies and frosting, then we bring sprinkles and other fun decorating things. We usually do a BINGO game using those conversation hearts for markers and then have them make a Valentine’s card for their moms. :)

  • Amy D.
    January 20th, 2012 at 8:11 pm

    We are doing the magnifying glass valentines also! I found cute ones (magnifying glasses) from Birthday Direct that are also a whistle. My girls were stoked!

  • Laura
    January 22nd, 2012 at 5:02 pm

    i love the lollipop one where the girl is holding the lollipop. i also love the knot one!

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