Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Calebs' Valentines Cards

 
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I can remember when I was in Elementary school in 1986, Valentines day was one of the funnest holidays for me as a kid. I was lucky enough to have teachers who loved to celebrate it just as much as I did. The wall would be lined with decorated paper bags and that special day you never knew who would give you a Valentine's card! It was so fun and this is our first time ever for Caleb to now take part, times have changed a little and not sure what to expect?

 
How do they celebrate your kiddos Valentines at school?
 

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So Caleb and I sat down and the kitchen table and "made" our cards, sure I could have taken the easy route and just bought them at walmart for 4$ ....But isnt this the cutest?? Found and spoted this amazing idea from dandee-designs.com and HAD to try it. Caleb got a kick out of the consept, hes excited to give them out.
 
It was super eays and quick, plus its handmade and orginal! She has the printable for the jars, then you buy the bugs and we hot glued ours on. DONE!
 
 
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6 comments:

  1. That is such a cute idea! I love them :-)

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  2. Awesome! We usually make our kiddos' valentines too. This year we got some color-yourself valentines for my 1st grader, and my 5th grader will be taking some home-baked goodie bags for his class. =0)
    ~Kim

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  3. Oh my gosh, those are so adorable! What an awesome idea and I'm sure the other kids will be stoked to find the little bugs in their bags!

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    Robin
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  5. Adorable idea for a boy!

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  6. This is such an adorable idea. Unfortunately my son's school does not do this so I did not have the joy of watching him get excited about writing out Valentine's Cards to his friends. Thanks for sharing this.

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