Last Updated on May 28, 2020
15. Pom pom Valentines for Kids
Yeah!!! Pom poms! It was a few decades ago, but I was a cheerleader in high school, and I can’t seem to shake the excitement of cheering for the things in life that I’m passionate about. So, it’s no wonder I love pom poms!
I created these Pom Pom inspired cards for my 2 grands in Arizona, and an extra one. I love the worm, but am having a hard time picking someone to tell them “You don’t bug me.” I guess I could sign my family’s signature “love, love, love” and that might make it better!?!
16. Origami hearts
I have always loved to read books. And, my favorite place to read is in a cozy spot with lots of pillows, blankets, etc… wrapped around me.
Because I love to read, this Origami heart book mark caught my eye. Amy over at The Idea Room has full instructions. I just had to make one, too! My suggestion, follow the video. The written instructions had me scratching my head.
17. Candy Cane Valentine
Here’s a very easy and low-cost way to give a tasty valentine! Andrea shares some ideas on how to save money on this craft. Check out her post on You Cane Save Money On Valentines.