Posted on 27 January, 2011 By 6 Comments

Valentine Card Project for Kids


The kid and I have already started working on her class Valentines. It’s a little early but she is at her Dad’s every other weekend so I only have two weekends with her to get them done. And since we started doing homemade ones last year, she never feels like making all of them in one session.

Last summer she was given a big container of little glow sticks for her birthday. Since she only needs so many, I thought it would be a good idea to use them as part of the Valentines.

If the kids want, they can take the card apart and use the little glow stick.

All we did was decorate some hearts with stickers and drawings and attach them to the glow stick. Well, Alex decorated the hearts and attached them and I cut the hearts out for her.

These cards are easy to make, the kids will like them, and I will be able to get rid of a container of glow sticks. A win for everyone.

That’s our cat Emma in the top photo. She tried to help but ended up napping on the supplies. ;-)

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