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Happy Valentine’s Day

Feb 12, 2019

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Happy Love Day!

Valentine’s Day is a great time to make the kids feel special too.

Have you found yourself scrolling through Pinterest searching for crafts to do with the kids? We’ve got you covered.

Here’s our top three favorite printable Valentines that are most definitely kid friendly!

Love Is In The Air Valentine

Here’s a fun idea that doesn’t involve candy. Plus, it doesn’t get much easier when you can use a template that prints perfectly to ‘Avery’ printable tags (no scissors required!). Grab a bag of red balloons from the store and roll of twine and you’re good to go!

Love is in the Air Valentines

Supplies Needed:
Avery Printable Tags (template 22802)
Red Twine (found in the $1 section at Michaels)
Heart Shaped Latex Balloons
Love is in the Air Download 

You Make My Heart Bounce

Kids and bouncy balls. We can’t say exactly what it is about bouncy balls but it’s clear that when they find them, they will bounce them all over the house. So why not incorporate them into your Valentines this year? The kids’ parents will love you and the best part is you can download a free printable, making this craft easy-peasy!

You Make My Heart Bounce

Supplies Needed:
Bouncy Balls
Cellophane Bags
‘You Make My Heart Bounce’ Printables

Heart Paper Airplane Valentine

We absolutely love this idea that has us reminiscing on our own elementary school days. Tie it in with love day and we’ve got heart-shaped planes. Plus, these Valentines are easy to make while ranking high on the adorable scale. Add a personal touch by attaching a note to your airplane and you are set!

Heart Paper Airplane

We might be a little bias, but we are pretty sure these are the cutest Valentines out there! Did you notice they all tie into jumping on a trampoline somehow? Don’t tell me you’re surprised!

On a side note, we love seeing these cute kids enjoy their trampoline! Video Credit: Callie Bowers

Happy Valentine’s Day from all of us!

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