Love is in the air! My kids always get excited to pick out their Valentine’s Day cards for their schoolmates. This year Annabel decided to go with a “Paris” theme. (The same theme she’s using for her 7th birthday this weekend. Stay tuned for all the details!)
I ordered her this adorable printable tag from the Etsy shop, Confetti Fete. Ooh la la!
I found these cute Eiffel Tower pens on the Oriental Trading website and then Annabel picked out some heart candies to complete the Valentine’s gift bag. I found the black and white ribbon in the $1 bin at Target.
Daniel wanted to design his own card this year. He sketched out a Valentine’s city scape with colored markers on white paper. I scanned his artwork and resized the image to fit four on a page. Then I printed out copies on white card stock. He cut them out himself and added a small heart bag filled with a lollipop and some chocolate kisses. Xoxo. All done!
Pop Tip: You can find the clear treat bags from the baking section of any local craft store. I buy these in bulk, in a variety of sizes and designs, and use them all the time for party favors, birthday gifts, holiday treats, snack bags, etc. They are awesome. Keep a bunch of baker’s twine or colorful ribbon handy and you’re all set!
Happy Valentine’s Day! (Now I just need to get Hubby to take these extra chocolates to his office or I’m in big trouble.)