Posts in the ‘Valentines Day’ Category
I'm so excited to introduce our new contributor, my friend Rachelle Doorley and the creative mind behind Tinkerlab, a site filled with fantastic ideas for creating child-directed art projects and experiments.
Do you need free Valentine's Day party decorations, party invitations, or just plain Valentines? Check out all our fantastic free collections of Valentine's Day printables!!
I always have a hard time finding easy (and inexpensive) Valentine's Day gifts that aren't candy. That's why I decided to make heart crayons with cute tags that my daughter can give to her friends this year for Valentine's Day.
I broke up some pink, white, red, and purple crayons (be careful using purple because they can look really dark when melted). I put the pieces in heart-shaped silicone baking cups and melted them in the oven at 225 degrees for about 8-10 minutes, checking them often.
I love ombre, so I absolutely love this sweet collection of pink ombre Valentine's Day party printables from Michelle at Printabelle!
The collection includes: invitations, cupcake toppers, gift bags, gift tags, a "Be Mine" banner (large and small), mini candy bar wrappers, a welcome sign, treat toppers, tented cards, and water bottle labels.
Love is definitely in the air with this "tweet" collection of free Valentine's Day party printables designed by Amanda from Cherry Blossom Charm.
The collection includes: party invitations, 2" party circles, drink flags, thank you tags, labels, a "Love is in the Air" banner, and 4 Valentines to give to your friends.
How stylish is this "Vintage Cupid" set of free Valentine's Day party printables from Lea at Sweet Scarlett Events.
My favorite item here is the favor boxes which come in six different designs. I'm planning to use these to fill with treats to give to my daughter's teachers on Valentine's Day.
I love the vintage font, but modern chevron feel of these Valentine's Day printables from Pick.Print.Party.
The collection includes: an invitation, party tags, a "Be Mine" banner, water bottle labels, and a Valentine's Day card.
I wanted to create something my daughter would love for Valentine's Day, and boy, did these Rice Krispie Treat heart wands knock it out of the park! Plus, because they're so easy, she could help me with them.