Preschool Valentine Gift




Let's talk Valentines Day. I love it. I love a day that is about those we love and care about. It's another great holiday. This year I was a bit sad that my oldest is now "too old" to take valentines for all her class mates but happy that my little Jackson was now in preschool so I could make some really cute valentines for all his little friends. 
Once thing I don't like about valentines is all the sugar that comes with it. So when I found this cute idea on Pinterest via Funky Polkadot Giraffe I knew I had to make these. Kids love these and they are healthy. What parent and kid won't be happy to see these in their child's valentine loot? 
For some reason I couldn't open her document on my computer so I just went ahead and made my own in Word. 
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These are the items I used. I loved this one because I didn't have to buy anything, even the Go Go Squeeze were already in my pantry. I really love making something from stuff I already have.  
Anyway it was pretty easy. I made the word document. Printed it out on card stock. Then I used my round punch to punch them out. I then punched out the same amount of scalloped circles with some pink card stock. I attached the top circles to the scalloped circles then punched a hole at the top with my tiny hole punch. I used the baker's twine to attach them to the Go Go Squeeze. There you go...easy! If anyone is interested in the word document I could email it to you. Just leave a comment in the comment section with your email address and I will send it off. Enjoy!

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6 comments

  1. This is such a great idea! A healthy valentine to give too! I love your blog, such an inspiration as a new blogger! Also, I would love the printable tag if you don't mind: kas507@nyu.edu

    Thanks!

    :)Kimberly
    LittleMrsPreschool

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  2. Very cute! If you have time, could you please email it to me at sherastinson@gmail.com? Thank you!

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  3. Yes, please! - anfriday@hotmail.com

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  4. Can you please e-mail it to me? Thanks for sharing! sunshineb8s@msn.com

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