Saturday, February 20, 2016

Handmade Valentines

I know Valentine's Day is over, but I wanted to share the valentines I made for my niece and nephews.  I had fun creating them.
For the littlest one, I created a fish bowl with Goldfish crackers.
Zeke loves Goldfish crackers, so this one was a no brainier.  I cut out the fishbowl from the Create a Critter Cricut cartridge.  I then wrapped the fish crackers in a separate bag (I had to do this so that the oil from the fish did not bleed onto the paper).  I then put them in a bag, tied on the tag with a blue ribbon and curled it.   He loved them.

For Noah, who loves anything Minions, I created the banana pudding minions I found at Tip Toe Fairy.   I followed the pattern she created. 
After I had created these adorable "minions", we found out that he needed some kind of card for a project they were doing in the classroom.  I created these ATC size cards so he could use them for the project.  
He loved these more than the pudding!  Go figure!

For Melanie, who loves Olaf, I created these valentines.  
I got the pattern from One Creative Mommy.    I used the tag she created.  The only difference I made was in the chocolate chips.  I used mini chocolate chips and used white writing gel to attach them to the marshmallows.

The kids loved their valentines and I loved making them for them.  I can't wait for next year.  Enjoy!

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