Valentine For Kids and Their Classmates
I spent an hour in the craft store on Tuesday, and it was pure bliss.
Do you get giddy walking into a craft store?
There are so many DIY projects just waiting to be made!
I had time to walk from aisle to aisle, and one of the things I saw were blue, scalloped note cards.
I knew exactly what to make with them: the Valentine’s Day cards for kids that I mentioned in the post about my 5 favorite Valentine’s Day ideas from Pinterest.
I’m not a fan of Valentine’s Day cards for kids that say “I’ve got my eyes on you!” or “I’m wild about you!” — I think that’s kind of creepy.
That’s why I love this idea so much. It’s cute and clever.
Buying the note cards made making these so easy, and so inexpensive: I paid $2 for 12 notecards at Michaels.
I also found 50 treat bags for $3.50, and Swedish fish. All set!
Cutest Valentine’s Day Idea for Kids
Valentine for Kids Supplies:
- blue or turquoise, scalloped note cards or sheets of blue card stock
- treat bags (I bought the size 4 in x 2 in x 9.5 in)
- Swedish fish
- baker’s twine, or ribbon, or ties
If you want to get more Valentines out of this set, also cut the back and front apart to get four pieces out of one note card.
I made 24 for about $9 in material costs (bags, note cards, Swedish Fish), and I still have 26 treat bags left over.
Pin now, make them later :)
Here are many more Valentines’ Day ideas!