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!
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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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Those would be cute made with Pixy Sticks for a treat too.
Yes!! I didn't even think of that! Cute!
So cute! I miss having little ones around. Valentine's was always so much fun. We used to have a tea party every year.
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.
Adorable! They'd make a great gift for a class of little ones! They'd be cute with a pencil too!
Those are adorable! We don't usually make a big deal of it either, but feel like the kids would love it this year!
OH these are SOO cute! And easy…which you know I love!! Adorable!
So cute!! Even though my girls are older, I still give them something for Valentine's Day.
Wow! love that craft! It is so adorable!
Those are adorable! James has cute pjs on, too.
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