We are new to the whole Valentine thing. My oldest, Lily, isn’t in preschool but does go to what she calls “church preschool” every Sunday. I wanted to make a special treat for her to bring, but was kinda clueless as to what. Treat or no treat? I know that peanut/tree nut free is important, as well as other allergens like dairy or egg or whatever. Little toys? Those sweet paper character Valentines that we loved as kids?
But then I saw these sweet little bags of kettle corn (made from Angie’s, the Boom Chicka Pop people). And sure enough, they were allergen and crap free, so into my cart they went. $5 for 16 at the place where I spend all of our money, aka Target.
The bags did have a “to, from” area but I love a good pun or play on words and wanted to make something simple that I could attach. You know, cute but not too much work that would make me rise to elite-awesome-Pinterest-mom status.
I made these simple printable Valentines in purple and blue, perfect for boys or girls. There are 6 to a page, they won’t require much precious color from your ink cartridge, and all you have to do is cut them out, sign a name, and use washi tape to attach them. Very easy!
Both are high resolution, no watermarks. Just click the image below of the color you want and print from the link that opens up.
Click here for the blue:
and here for the purple!
and if you want to save this idea for later or next year, here’s a pinnable image for your Pinterest boards ;)
Are you and/or your kids giving out Valentines this year?
Disclosure: This was not a sponsored post, we just love the Angie’s brand of popcorn. And Target.