These beautiful vintage Valentines are simple to make and will charm the pants off of your Valentine! Okay, they’ll most likely keep their pants on, but will be utterly impressed with your homemade effort! Supplies Cardstock Matte photo paper Glitter glue Spray glue Home printer Gold pen Decorative edge punch Directions
Chocolates, flowers, notes from friends–despite its connection to romance and love– Valentine’s Day can be a fun day for children, too. The holiday is a great excuse for having a small party, either at the child’s school or at your home. Plan games and activities that include every child.
Each February 14th, children across the country present their father’s with Valentine’s Day gifts to let them know how much they are loved. Helping your child choose the right Valentine’s Day gift for dad is an important task. When choosing a gift, taking your child’s age and her father’s interests into consideration can help ensure you select the right gift.
The BASIC Sugar Cookie recipe is great year round for every occasion. You can use it to make cut-out cookies (with cookie cutters), dye the dough any color to suite your occasion, make a cookie log to freeze for later or give as a gift, or just sprinkle some sugar on top, bake and eat. This dough is very versatile so get your big THREE (butter, sugar, flour) and lets get going.
I have to say, my feelings about Valentines Day are beginning to change. I used to be one of those super anti-Valentines Day people. Like, when people would ask me what my husband and I were doing for Valentines Day, Id scoff and be like, uh, nothing, because its stupid. And it is stupid, actually, on a lot of levels.
February 14th comes every year and each time we all silently think - I wonder what we will get? Candy and a card? Flowers? Or maybe a romantic dinner? How ever you decide to spend your day we hope it is filled with love, luxurious food, and time spent with loved ones. This year it falls…
Where there is love there is life – GandhiRomance. In the beginning, its about candlelight dinners, walks on the beach, holding hands, flowers, and talking until dawn – you know, the stereotypical ingredients of what happens when two people fall in love.Now fast-forward five or ten years. Mystery and romance are hard to find among the daily chores. Life becomes about organization, not spontaneity. You divvy up who does what and when: dishes, cooking …
Valentines Day is one of the worst days of the year for those going through separation or divorce. Hearts are in the air, store windows are plastered with pink and red, chocolates and roses are prominently displayed for purchase in grocery stores.
Valentine's Day is around the corner and we found some fun gifts to go along with those chocolates and flowers :) Sugarwish Sugarwish - This is awesome - instead of the traditional chocolates, this company (founded by momtrepreneurs) allows the recipient to choose their own candy! You send your sweetie a virtual 'Sugarwish' and then they go to…
Does your child’s classroom exchange valentines? Jessie Jane shares two great ideas for homemade cards that are much cuter than the storebought ones. They’re easy to make, fun to decorate and oh so adorable! Caterpillar Hearts Supplies Construction paper Pencils Glitter paper (available at any craft store) Scissors Markers Googly eyes (optional) Glue stick Hole punch Directions