If your house is anything like mine, it’s Star Wars everything all the time! We found these mini glow sticks (light sabers!) and Yoda key chains at the Target dollar spot. You could really use any Yoda toy or our Yoda tattoos HERE.
Simply punch two holes for a light saber (glow stick) and thread through. Or if you’re tying a key chain, punch two small holes close to each other and use string to tie it on.
More non-candy class valentines for ya! We both stumbled on these erasers in the dollar section at Target at HAD to use them somehow! What’s more fun than everything in miniature?
You can also use our food tattoos HERE, food key chains, charms, or stickers. Or you could tie to a box of donuts because – duh. We go together like… burgers and fries, milk and cookies, peas and carrots, peanut butter and jelly… you get the idea.
Scroll down for sources and the free download!
The erasers don’t really stick with tape well, so we just threw them in a bag and taped the back with washi tape. Easy peasy!
VALENTINE CARD: Download HERE and print on card stock for best results.
BAGS: purchase HERE or at craft stores in size 3″ x 5″.
I have a five-year-old boy, so these were really a no-brainer. If I could have only found a toy that would have gone with a poop-pun, I would have won mom of the year for sure. Butt but… this will do the trick until then.
1. Purchase nose pencil sharpeners HERE on Amazon – only $6.50 for a pack of 12!
3. Print on card stock (THIS lets you print super well) or heavy paper for best results.
for the color download and red/pink/kraft paper for the black and white download.
4. Cut out cards with THIS our favorite cutting board!
5. Punch a hole in the top left corner of your card and cut a small slit from the SIDE of the card to the hole. Slip the hole through the nostril (the side without the sharpener). If you don’t have the right size hole punch or it’s just not working for you, you could always use BAKERS TWINE
or CLEAR BAGS and seal with WASHI TAPE
6. Hand out to your pals and make booger jokes. Nice.
Max’s classmates are all around 12-18 months, so no candy, no small toys aka choking hazards. Though… I think all the moms would appreciate eating the candy FOR their babies- or is that just me? Maxie’s favorite bribecrack snack is Pirates Booty. It’s easy to eat for littles, somewhat healthy, gluten free, and we happened to have a massive box of individual bags in our pantry.
This Valentine is a little cheeky…see what I did there? It might be inappropriate for older kids, but I think it’ll slide with teeny ones! Scroll down for the link.
Simply print the tags on card stock, cut right on the lines (a paper cutter is the easiest), punch a hole in the corner of both the tag and the corner of the Pirate’s Booty bag, and tie with string.
Okay… Valentine’s day is more than a month away, but we can’t be the only ones seeing pink and red eeeeverything in stores, right? We’re feeling the pressure to get. on. the. ball. So let’s start off with a fun option for your kiddo’s class Valentines. One of your favorite posts from last year was our Valentines day card free printables. You can still download all of these- scroll down below for the links!
As much as our family is ALL about snacks and treats, I wanted to do another non-candy card. I never know if the other moms are like organic no sugar people (Ew. Jk. Not really.) and plus kids love toys, so why not? This year Ari is giving his little buddies Matchbox Cars which he collects himself! Get it? We’re the perfect MATCH!
If you’re a Harry Potter fan, you’ll enjoy this. If you’ve never read the books or seen the movies… um why not? Better get on that. I wanted to share the Valentine’s Day card I made for my husband this year (and hope he’s not reading this post!). You could totally use this for your kid’s class valentines too!