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Have a Heart: Treat your child's class to this striking snack, and they'll love you forever.

Cupid Kebabs: Let your kids make these simple tomato and cheese skewers and they just might fall in love with healthy snacking.

Wave a Wand: These magical munchies are actually cookie sandwiches dressed up with edible glitter and served on a stick.

String Them Along: Make simple sequined cards -- such as our striped version -- in batches to hand out to classmates, or get fancy with shapes and layers to dazzle a loved one.

Release Some Shiny Sharks: These creatures (backed by clothespins for a fully functional Jaws effect) are sure to inspire toothy grins.

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.

Shoot for the Stars: Set hearts soaring with this playful card: when the recipient blows through the straw, the rocket goes whoosh.

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

Share an Umbrella: Pretty up a paper parasol to top a sweet treat (or to slip into an envelope).

Have a Heart: Here's a creative project where a little waiting has a big payoff: kids use colored glue to create glasslike suncatchers that really shine.

A Handy, Hearty Keepsake: Here's a sweet project that lets kids personalize a pillowcase.

Put a Heart on It for Valentine’s Day

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.

Pick one of these gorgeous garlands (or all three!) to spruce up your space for the holiday.

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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