Thursday, January 10, 2013

30 Valentines for Kids

If you need ideas for Valentines for Kids look no further! We searched high and low and are sharing 30 of our favorite creative Valentines from around the web.


1.Bubble Valentine Cards from Armelle
2. Jungle Valentines from Fiskars
3. Ladybug Valentine from Skip to My Lou
4. Love Bug Valentines from Dandee Designs
5. Valentine Pencils from Simply J Studio
6. You Rock Valentines from Fiskars


7. Playdough Valentine from Random Thoughts of a Supermom
8. Superstar Valentine from Pluckymomo
9. Cereal Box from Oh Sugar Events
10. aMAZEing Valentine from No Time to Be Bored
11. We Go Together Like Cookies & Milk from Putting Health First
12. I Dig You from Fry Family


13. O-fish-ally Be My Valentine from Tammy Mitchell Designs
14. Dropping Down Valentine from Paging Supermom
15. I Wheelie Like You from 30 Handmade Days
16. Fish Bowl Valentines from Faboolous
17. Photo Prop Lollipop from Blonde Designs
18. Friendship Bracelet from Dandee Designs


19. Candy Airplane Valentines from Giverslog
20. Pirate Valentine from Mer Mag
21. Lightsaber Valentine from Cinnaberry Suite
22. You Blow Me Away Valentine from My Sister's Suitcase
23. Don't Ever Change from Jacolyn Murphy
24. S'more Valentine from Domesticated Lady


25. You're the Apple of My Eye stickers from Twig & Thistle
26. Superhero Valentines from Little Bit Funky
27. Mustache Valentine from Craft Monkey
29. Magnifying Glass Valentines from Dandee Designs
30. Candy Cane Hearts from The Idea Room

Are these not some of the cutest and cleverest valentines you have ever seen? I love that so many of them don't involve sugar! I am totally inspired to get going on valentines for my kids now. Hopefully I will be sharing those soon. 


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3 Comments:

Emily said...

I just pinned this post! I love all of those great Valentine ideas, super creative and cute!

ethics essay topics said...

I think you made some great style choices! I love how you put a bit of research into it and included bits of Moroccan culture...so great! I'd wear that maxi dress every day of summer, too...it looks so breezy and luxurious. Lovely post!

emily @morefromthemoorefamily said...

Thanks for the round up! pinned the post and can't wait to do some of these ideas!