Let me start this with, if you aren’t using Pinterest, you should be. It’s a wealth of ideas and inspiration that you can curate however you like. Valentine’s Day is only a couple of weeks away and I’ve been collecting my favorite ideas to share with you. Today – awesome handmade Valentine’s cards! In a few, I’ll share a post with my favorite Valentine’s treat ideas and one with my favorite decor too. Just click through the source under the picture to see more information on how to make the Valentines.
Have a ball this Valentine’s Day
Adorable for both boys and girls and love that it’s a candy-free option!
I chews you
A fun play on words and really, I’m just a sucker for awesome packaging and this tube full of colorful gumballs is a winner in my book!
Our class would knot be the same without you!
Cute little paper circles with a fun border and another candy-free option – win!
I dig you!
So very cute and if you are thinking of it at the end of summer, I bet you could stock up on the shovels for super cheap if you search the clearance racks.
This one doesn’t have a catchy saying but isn’t lacking in cuteness – just wrap up a fun-size candy bar to make the robot’s body.
Kids holding lollie pops photo Valentine
This is the second year I’ve seen these floating around the internet but they are still a totally cute idea. Take a picture of your child holding a fist out in front of them and then cut little slits above and below their hand and stick the handle of the sucker through the picture. Easy, personal and adorable!
Kids photo Valentine with candy
Another great idea for personal photo Valentine’s and you could make quick work of it with some glue dots and candy hearts.
You rock Valentine!
Cute packaging for a package of Pop Rocks. Simple and fun!
Simple enough, but adds a little extra cute factor with googly eyes and a pair of wings for these lollie pops!
You make my heart glow!
Love these! One more candy-free Valentine idea that is fun and inexpensive. Again, if you are thinking ahead, before Halloween they had packs of 10 glow stick bracelets for $1 in the Target dollar section. I bet you could find them at a party store too for a reasonable price.
You’re just write for me.
Cute and practical! Pencils make a fun Valentine for classrooms or a great gift from a teacher for her students.
I never “tire” of your friendship!
These would be fun to enlist your child to help you make. I bet they would have fun helping you create the tire tracks on the cards! I know they make molded chocolate cars but you could make these candy-free if you wanted too with matchbox cars.
Valentine, you color my world
Use a silicone mold to melt down broken crayon bits and form them into new heart-shaped crayons. I’ve seen this idea here and there but I love the cute cards and stamps that Heather from WhipperBerry came up with to finish the presentation!
I’d snap at the chance to be your Valentine!
These gators are SO cute! They make use of pillow boxes for the alligators body – you could stuff them with whatever you like.
You’re a blast!
What a fun idea that only involves a few small pieces of paper and some candy!