What My Kids Are Taking To School For Valentines Day

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Just like you we spent last night happily putting together the finishing details of class valentines for all three kids and here’s a sneak peak.

Sugar Plum and I made this fudge in circular pans.

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Then cut them out with heart shaped cookie cutters.

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Leaving the fudge in the cookie cutters we then wrapped them in cello bags and attached a heart shaped recipe card (ps: you will note Sugar Plum cut the hearts out all by herself).

Best part – I came up with this one myself. No Pinterest required.

Bugaboo’s valentines however were completely copied from Pinterest and only required some cutting, pasting and translating into French.

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Sweet Pea went with the loot bag version of Valentines and for her twelve preschool friends we made loot boxes with bubbles, note pads, stamps, balloons, a little bit of age appropriate candy then rings and necklaces for the girls and Hot Wheels cars for the boys.

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All in all I think a Mommy Win for me!

ps: If you’re spending Valentines Day at home like we are, I’ve posted a few dinner ideas over at YummyMummyClub.ca for the “Top Five Recipes That Tell My Man I Love Him“.

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  1. Totally cute Valentine’s ! I don’t have the patience for crafts so I just bought them and had the kids wrote their names on it. Next year I think I’ll dive into the homemade things.

  2. Devan – it’s funny because so many people I know are on Pinterest but when I went through 3 kids worth of Valentines from friends I was the only one who did anything Pinterest-y so I definitely think you’re in the majority. But by all means… come over to the dark side ;)

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