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    • Heather Santa Barbara
      • 2 years ago

      so cute going to try this kindergardeners

    • Melanie Thibault
      • 2 years ago

      My 8 year old and I made them for her class for Valentine's day and I was not comfortable with the idea of using glue, so we used double sided tape for everything except the eyes and we used zots for the eyes. Less messy. They came out adorable. I also used heart punches I have for both the feet and ears which saved lots of time! We are also going to be doing it with her Brownie troop as a craft.

    • hilda thorne
      • 36 weeks ago


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    Win It By a Neck: Turn friends into flashy dressers with these ties. On the back, write a message, such as "Look sharp, valentine!"

    Offer a Cup of Kindness: Treat a teacher to a warm sip, a sweet sentiment -- and a reusable cup cozy.

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    Do It By the Book: Help pals mark their place in their current read with this gift-and-card combo.

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    Special Deliveries: Start a new tradition with these chair-back envelopes. Set them out a week before Valentine's Day, then let your family swap notes, drawings, and other tokens of affection.

    Game Lover's Greeting: M&M's serve as a sweet stand-in for X's and O's in this packaged card-and-game combo.

    Open Your Heart: This pop-up card -- perfect for a grandparent or best friend -- features a moving center that expands in a fluttery motion as it's opened.

    Friendly Ties: Your child can personalize each braided bracelet with a classmate's favorite colors.

    The Eyes Have It: Look no further for a funny valentine! Oodles of chocolaty eyes make this card's sentiment extra sweet.

    The Write Stuff: This cute pairing of pencil and pad makes a fitting gift for a school friend or teacher.

    Little Sippers: Adding a decorative tag to a crazy straw turns a classic kid fave into a token of affection.

    Circle of Love: Pretty paper and glue dots are all you need to make a heartwarming wreath to hang anywhere that needs a little love.

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    "Every year, I make a special collection container for my daughter's classroom valentines. One year, she asked if we could create a giant cupcake. For the liner, I folded card stock into accordion pleats and glued it to the outside of a flowerpot. For the cupcake itself, I hot-glued faux rose petals to the outside of a hat and glued on paper-heart sprinkles. Finally, I cut an opening in the top so that kids could insert their valentines. It was a hit at the party!" Pam Earls Conway, MO