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Ideas for non-candy Valentines

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What are some ideas for Valentines that don't involve candy?

 

I already mentioned that we are doing little dinosaurs.  Dalton got a stickers Valentine today.

 

Dinosaur Valentine sayings

 

Heart-a-saurus Valentines

 

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Some of the kids have made pop up valentines. I think those are really cute.

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Here's a glow stick Valentine's Day idea

 

 

Glow Stick Valentine http://www.mommysavers.com/c/t/214960/glow-stick-valentine-homemade-non-candy-valentine

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Here's another idea - pencils!

 

I'll owl-ways be your friend

 

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dd received the following non-candy valentines:

heart shaped crayon

glow stick on a card to make it look like a lightsaber

card with instructions on how to fold it into a paper airplane

 

We gave out valentine themed ruler/bookmarks with a card that read "Valentine, You Rule".

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M had her preschool party today and got:

a pencil

a mini tube of bubbles

a rubber ball

a self-inflating mini mylar balloon

an otter pop! (love that)

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an otter pop! (love that)

Here's an otter pop Valentine we tried out.

 

You Otter Be My Valentine http://www.mommysavers.com/c/t/215447/14-days-of-valentines-day-12-you-otter-be-my-valentine

 

Unfortunately, this year we can't do any kind of food, not just no candy.

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my son who is in pre-k is doing "you color my world" and it has a pack of 4 crayons

 

my daughter who is 10 is doing "you are just WRITE for me" and it has a pencil.  total between the two kids and the supplies (besides the card stock i already have at home) i spent $4.25

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