I helped the girls paint hand prints, I cut them out and glued onto the ends of the ribbon.
The grandparents, both near and far, enjoyed receiving their special hugs.
See more here.
3. Frozen Olaf Valentines
Ever since we saw Disney’s Frozen on the day of a huge blizzard, my kids have been singing the songs 24/7 (and so have I)! It was such a magical movie. It’s no wonder my kids want to give Frozen Olaf Valentines!
Because the first version of this treat involves cutting marshmallows in half, I made a version that looks like Olaf, and a version that is a little more give-away friendly.
See the instructions to make him here.
4. Heart Shaped Rice Krispies
I love delighting my children with special seasonal treats. These Heart-shaped Rice Krispie Treat Pops took less than an hour to prepare. It’s a perfect and fun recipe for a busy mom like you! I had them wrapped and ready for school lunch boxes in fifteen minutes!
Find out how to make them here.
5. Handprint Monkeys
Today I got to spend the day with my favorite little cousins and we made some adorable handprint monkeys for a Valentine’s Day craft! They turned out really cute and the kids were super creative with the hearts.
See the instructions for these here.