With the sweetest time of the year just around the corner let’s have a look at some DIY Valentine’s Day card ideas for classroom exchanges. Get a start on your child’s Valentine’s Day cards early, there’s nothing worse than watching the face of a child who seeing his or her classmates hand out adorable handmade Valentines while all they have to offer is bland store bought cards.
DIY Valentine’s Day card ideas for classroom exchanges.
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How adorable are these #1 little monster treat bags, huh. Not your thing? That’s OK, how about some #2 Smores! If your kids are like mine, the chocolate bar will never make it home!
I’ve seen a few different version of the Twinkie cake Valentines but these Minions we’re just so darn cute! If you like the “I Dig U” Valentine’s Day card idea, check out this package of 24 plastic shovels (pink, red, and white) on Amazon.
Rollo Candy, red paper, and black string licorice (or pipe cleaners) with tags saying “You’re Dynamite!” or “You’re a Blast” make the sticks of dynamite in #9 super YUMMY! If you have time and don’t mind the extra work, these #12 Rollo Candy pencils are really easy to make and just adorable! But if your little one’s love swooping through the house like super heroes you may want to get them to help make these easy Tootsie Pop super heroes Valentine’s pops instead.
Using real photos is all the rage lately. Take some shots of your kids and pose them so they can either hold candy in their hand or be even more creative and have them smile big so they can hold it in their teeth. Kids will love making edible items for their friends such as these candy necklaces in #15 using licorice lace and gummy ring candies.
Treat bag toppers are one of the easiest type of Valentines you can make. Use small baggies or sacks and fill them using any kind of heart shaped candies, whichever .. your heart desires! Print the toppers then fold it in half over the top of the bag, staple or tape closed.
And last but not least, is my personal favorite 21 DIY Valentine’s Day Card Ideas, candy robots. #21 Kiki Comin Your kids will love helping to make these candy robots for each of their friends.
DIY Valentine’s Day cards do not need to be expensive.
If you have a local Dollar Tree you can purchase all your supplies in one place in for all your Valentine’s Day card ideas.
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