My 11 year old requested class valentines this year featuring some of his favourite foods – tacos, pizza, and bacon. Totally the way to a pre-teen boys’ heart! I love that he is still into Valentines day and had fun coming up with these punny food designs with him.
The free printable PDF features 3 different designs on 2.5 x 3.5 inch valentines. Simpy print at home on white cardstock or send to your local copy shop to be printed. I always send mine to Staples to be printed. It is cheap, easy, and saves my colour ink!
Do your kids hand out just cards or do you usually give candy along with your cards? My youngest is in preschool and I find that they don’t always give candy, but a small toy/sticker/pencil with their cards. For my older boys in elementary they like to give candy along with their cards.
Christmas is fast approaching and one of my favourite things to do is make handmade gifts for friends and family. I try to make at least one handmade gift for each of my boys every year. The key to getting them under the tree is starting early. I’m terrible for this and usually spend the morning of Christmas Eve sewing, crafting, and knitting to finish up gifts.
This year I created this Handmade Gift planner to get organized and keep me on track. I am giving it to you as a free download! You can keep track of the tutorial and patterns you plan to use and the supplies you need to have on hand to create your handmade gifts.
Click the photo below to download your FREE PRINTABLE HANDMADE GIFT PLANNER.
What are you planning on making for gifts this year?