I did this as a children's Valentine program and the kids loved it. You can use google eyes too. Very cute
LDS Scripture Chase with Conversational Hearts
Valentine's Day Cards with Candy (Plus Other Food Gifts) Creative labels turn everyday treats into Valentine's Day delights perfect for sharing at school or work. For less than you'd spend on a bag of ready-made Valentine's Day candy, you can make these charming little gifts by packaging treats with homemade tags.
Some great Valentines snack ideas!
heart shaped crayons for a great class valentine's day exchange. My 2 year old's class loved them. Break up crayons and put them into heart shaped mini muffin tins (I used 3 crayons per heart), put in the oven at 200 for 10 minutes or til melted, let them cool and pop them out of the tin
Sip Sip Hooray Valentine’s Day Silly Straw Craft Idea - FREE Printable - super cute non-candy classroom idea!
don’t know who said that the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach, but it seems to be pretty accurate in our marriage! Handsome hubby loves to eat! So I grabbed some of his favorite candy bars and made an arsenal of candy bar love notes! This way, I can grab one and stuff it in his suit case for him to discover later on. It’s a sweet (literally!) and simple way to show my love for him.
candy car love notes
14 Fabulous Non-Candy Valentine Ideas
Valentine Gift Tags and Homework Passes! Need a cute idea for your students that won't cost a bundle? Print off the tags below, and then stop by THIS BLOG POST for the super easy tutorial for how to set it up! See you there!