Valentine Ideas for Kids – Part 3

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner. I have some great ideas for you this year! Last years Valentines were such a huge hit. My kids love taking personalized homemade Valentines to their classroom Valentines Day Party. This year I wanted to make a couple non-candy Valentines. And here they are…

Sam’s “You are ex-STRAW special” Valentine…

I did the same thing as last year for the photo (click here for the tutorial). Once I had the pictures printed we cut a small hole where the “glow bracelet” inserts and slid it through, then use a piece of tape on the back side to hold it in place. I got a big batch of glow bracelets from amazon…

*You could do the same thing and use cute swirly straws instead of the glow bracelets as well!

For Gavin I made some Lego Printables and we made some Lego Crayons to create these AWESOME Lego Valentines!


*These would be a great party gift for a Lego Birthday Party too!

Here’s the FREE Lego Printable…. Lego Printables


Simply print out onto yellow cardstock (or another color if you prefer) and then cut out the shapes.


Then have your child sign their Valentines. With your lego crayons in a small baggie, place it in between the lego printable pieces and staple. (I got the little baggies from the craft store -JoAnns- in the baking section)


Cut off excess baggie.


I will show you how we made the crayons in another post! We used these Awesome Lego molds to make them!

Don’t forget to check out all our other fun Valentine Ideas…. Just click on the pictures…

SamValentine9 copy

Gavin Valentine6






*Valentines Day Food Ideas

*Lollipop Valentine Tutorial

-Happy Valentines Day, Taya

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Hi I'm Taya! A stay-at-home mother to 5 cuties. I love to craft, sew, blog and make fun things. I'm the creator of the 'Eat-Pray-Create' blog and I'm so glad you're here!

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