Love day is almost here! Hallie and I enjoy creating the perfect Valentine each year to share with her sweet friends! Today I am sharing all of the Kid Valentine ideas we have made in the past, then a cute idea for this year.
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Finger Painted Valentines:
When Hallie was a baby/toddler, I put a few drops of paint on thick paper. Then I let her go to town finger painting. After her artwork dried, I cut hearts out of it to let her hand out to family and friends. This is a hit, personal and so very easy!
Heart Shaped Crayons:
For Toddlers this is a fun Valentine to make and to receive! Purchase a heart shaped mold, similar to this one. Sort broken crayons by color, remove from wrapping, and fill molds just over halfway full. Melt at 350 for 10 minutes (or until fully melted) in the oven. Wait until fully cooled before removing from mold. Hallie loved sharing these with all of her friends!
Donuts and Milk:
This was the Valentine we shared a couple years ago with playgroup and it turned out so cute! I just bought milk bottles, paper straws and dipped mini donuts in sprinkles. I let her friends choose between strawberry or white milk and it was a total hit! You can print the Donut Tags we made here.
Ice Cream Valentines:
Last year since we had school friends and Playgroup friends to share with, I needed an easy and cost effective idea! I got some adorable valentines from Raeannekelly on Etsy. (unfortunately these aren’t available this year, but here is an adorable substitute!) Then I ordered color changing spoons from Amazon. I just attached the spoons with a hole punch and some ribbon for the next time our friends eat some ice cream! You can even attach a free ice cream coupon from chick fil a or Baskin Robbins if you want to add a little something extra to it!
This year Hallie wanted to give out “Ash Sunglasses”- Have you seen Sing? If not it’s still a precious idea. I created this little printable and I am attaching a pair of heart shaped sunglasses for each kiddo. What do you think?
What kinds of Valentines are your kiddos sharing with their friends this year? I can’t wait to hear!