With Valentine’s Day coming around the corner, it is time for me to start thinking about the valentines that Sophia will give out to her classmates.
Since some of her classmates have food allergies too, I knew I wanted to make something that was not edible as to not worry about any food restrictions.
Here are my round ups of what I found in the blogosphere.
I love the idea of using glow sticks. They are inexpensive and I have yet to meet a child who does not like them. This is an easy and quick project with the right printable.
This is another easy project. I love the printable that How To Nest For Less provided. All you need is her printable, Valentine pencils, and ribbon.
I love this printable from Relocated Living. Target has this wood ruler in their Up & Up brand for $0.49. (Wood Ruler)
She Wears Many Hats created this easy Valentine with pencils and her printable.
The colored crayons/pencils are taped to a Valentine card. Instead of the card, you could even make a small coloring booklet and use the printable page as the cover page.
This fun valentine from Buggy And Buddy only requires homemade play-doh and a shape cutter. Homemade play-doh is really easy to make and the kids will love helping out with it. One thing to keep in mind though for food allergies conscious parents, the play-doh recipe does contain wheat from the flour.
Thirty Handmade Days used felt hearts with stitches, but you can cut heart shapes from pattern papers for an easier project. The hearts are hot glued to the paper clip on both side.
Adorable eye patches for boys and girls. The kids will love wearing these.
This easy project only requires the printable, little bubble tubes, and baker’s twine.
I love these wild animal valentines. My favorite brand for the miniature animals is Safari Ltd Toob. The “Wild Toob” collection was used for this project. Toob animals can also be found at your local Michael’s or Hobby Lobby. They come out cheaper than anywhere else if you use the store’s 40% or 50% off coupon.