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The Valentine’s Day shopping season has officially started and while it can be overwhelming to get the perfect gift for those you want to show…
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I’m a free agent when it comes to coffee. I enjoy different flavors and brands, and so single serve cups make the most sense for me when it comes to brewing coffee.
I know I’m not unique in my love for coffee – and if someone, anyone really, gave me a Valentine with some Java attached to it, well let’s just say they’d be counted as pretty special in my book.
And when I recently received a 40-count variety box of Java Factory Single Serve Cups, I had a momentous break through of the cutest Valentine ever for the coffee loving male squeeze in your life.
Adding a card stock tag to a crazy or heart shaped straw is another alternative to giving out candy Valentines. I found the straws 6/$1 at Dollar Tree.
I know a lot of parents don’t want to give out more candy on Valentine’s Day and would like to have their children hand out alternative sentiments to their friends. The other day I had one for a pencil and note pad, and today I have one for a game Valentine.
Valentine themed mini erasers serve as a stand-in for X’s and O’s in this tic-tac-toe game.
If you’re looking for alternatives to candy for Valentine’s this year, this cute pairing of pencil and notepad is a great option. I purchased the pencils 6 for $1.00 and the mini composition books 3 for $1.00 at Dollar Tree.
I have both a Silhouette V3 File for those with a Portrait or Cameo as well as a PDF to print and cut if you don’t and want to just do them by hand.
For each set all you need is some colored card stock and some tape in addition to the pencil and notebook.
Last year Family Fun magazine had a basic tutorial for making these chair-back envelopes for special deliveries leading up to Valentine’s Day. I thought they were so cute and thought I would make one and share it with you on the blog.
I was talking to a friend about them and she told me that Pottery Barn sold them a few years ago (shows you how long I’ve been out of the loop on things like this since my daughter is older!). I did a Google search and sure enough these adorable yearly decorations are Pottery Barn loveliness, but also pretty costly.