Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Valentine's Day Craft // Paper Straw & Washi Tape Arrows

Please tell me it's not too early to post a Valentine's Day craft project.  Paper straws, a heart-shaped craft punch, and patterned washi tape makes me a happy girl.  It might also mean I belong back in third grade:)  Being completely inspired by this DIY arrow that I originally found on Pinterest, I created my own arrow.

They are cute to look at . . . 

but more fun to play with!  

Is anyone else thinking Valentine's Day already?  I don't typically make a big deal of the holiday, but like to acknowledge it in small ways.  This year, I have some fun stuff in the works for my son (and his class).  Show you soon!

To see more Valentine's crafts, check out my glittery heart magnets and heart garland.  

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  1. OH these are SOO cute! And easy...which you know I love!! Adorable!

  2. Those would be cute made with Pixy Sticks for a treat too.

    1. Yes!! I didn't even think of that! Cute!

  3. So cute! I miss having little ones around. Valentine's was always so much fun. We used to have a tea party every year.

  4. How cute!! The hubs and I don't do a big hooplah over the holiday either, but we do try to make each other something. Like a mixed tape. ha ha.

  5. Adorable! They'd make a great gift for a class of little ones! They'd be cute with a pencil too!

  6. Those are adorable! We don't usually make a big deal of it either, but feel like the kids would love it this year!

  7. Those are adorable! James has cute pjs on, too.

  8. So cute!! Even though my girls are older, I still give them something for Valentine's Day.

  9. Wow! love that craft! It is so adorable!

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