Valentine's Day Treats + Crafts To Make With Kiddos of All Ages.

Can you believe Valentine's Day is almost here?! I'm still getting over Christmas.  In an effort to get in the Valentine's Day mood, I hit up Google and Pinterest for the latest and greatest 2017 Valentines Day Treats and Cute Ideas.  I found a few too good not to share. 



Still a classic favorite of mine. This little gem is something anyone would love. Create the document in a Word program leaving room for those little fingers and toes.  

Print on a heavy paper stock. Then dip those tiny fingers and toes in non-toxic paint.

Or this... 
This one too. So easy and so cute! 



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This is a classic, that you can do year after year. Fill grandma's garden perhaps?
Salt Dough Stepping Stones
This is so easy!
Mix:
1 Cup of salt
1 Cup of Flour
1/2 Cup of Water
Roll out like dough then form into a heart.
Get those little toes and a butter knife!
Once the footprints are made, use a butter knife or thin end of a fork to PRESS in the letters,  DO DO NOT drag, letters will get screwed up.

Bake @ 200F (or 100C) for 3 hours. 
Once completely cool, paint and let dry.


Since so many of us have to make a class Valentine box, 

I thought I would remind you how easy it is. 

Three things: Old box. Wrapping paper, tape. 
Feeling wild, add your imagination to the mix...

Speaking of class party, here's a cheap ad easy heart hat. 




TIP: forget the white plates. Use pink/red plates. (pictured above)


Feeling all crafty? Kick the hat up a notch or two.




Here's another great party idea, check out these super easy heart cupcakes.


Do a family dinner everyone will love! Heart-shaped Pizza!
     Roll out the dough, then shape into a heart. 


Wanna know the fastest way to your man's heart? 

Two words: Bacon Hearts
NOTHING says, I Love You, Man, like bacon hearts!

For perfect hearts, cut strips in half, then shape half a heart at a time. 

Speaking of guilty pleasures, you could always make a Cork Heart!
(I might have to do this. ON a smaller scale.)

           


And for desert, Rice crispie kisses!    


                                


Or, maybe peanut butter cookie hearts.





But what I really want...





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