This year, LM made his for his classmates and a few of his adult friends. If you remember, a couple of years ago we made these.
Here is what we made this year. I am sorry for the crappy photos. I took them with my iPhone at work.
Here is what you need to make these cute valentines for almost no money!
- regular brown lunch sacks
- clear plastic treat bags ( I had these, but you can use snack bags or anything you have around)
- Tag design and sticker paper- I printed off these tags on sticker paper from LittleSproutCreations.
- Stickers for closing the plastic bags and goodies to put inside. I used extra heart stickers and M&Ms
- Fill the clear bags with your choice of goodies. I used M&Ms because I wanted something that I could pack flat. I put between 1/8 and 1/4 Cup in.
- Use one of the heart stickers to hold over the folded plastic bag.
- Open up the lunch sack and place the stickers on the bottom and the M&Ms on top of the stickers.
- Fold the bag over. I used the foundation of the bottom of the bag for the size to fold. I wanted to make sure that my end product was somewhat flat so that it would be easy for my toddler to hold and that they were all a unified size.
- Use the big sticker already cut out, to hold the bag closed. I used sticker paper, but you could use double sided tape or string.
- Bobs your Uncle, you have a cute valentine.
Of course, I had wanted to decorate the crap out of these things, but I realize that my son isn't represented very much if I girl it up. But.... if you had a girl imagine how cute this would be with a strip of lace wrapped around the package and held down with the sticker. You also don't have to do dinosaurs, but could do any other image and saying that you like. I went quick and easy with mine so I just downloaded some already made. I also just wrote in my son's name.
Do you have a cute Valentine's Day idea?
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