Yum, I love red velvet cake and just couldn’t resist buying the mix when I saw it was on sale! I made cupcakes with it and spread cream cheese frosting over the tops, some in pink and some in plain white. My toddler loved shaking the red sprinkles on and then we topped each with a . . . . .
Valentine's Day Ideas that are Kid-friendly
I made this Heart-shaped Lollipop Flower as a fun valentine to give to my son. I plan to put it in his mailbox that we made last year. For instructions on how to make these, head over to the Martha Stewart website. We also made heart-shaped animals on our Valentine’s Day cards; you can see . . . . .
We made these adorable heart-shaped animal cards for Valentine’s Day. They’re simple to make! I printed the heart-shaped animals from the DLTK website. They have a lot more than just the 3 that we made! We chose to make the snail, ladybug, and butterfly. After cutting them out, we glued them to construction paper that we previously . . . . .
Happy Valentine’s Day! My son was my date for the evening since my hubby had to work and we attended a Chuck E Cheese birthday party for one of his best friends. These are the Valentines I made for him to pass out to his little friends who also attended the party….. I made Valentine’s . . . . .
Yesterday we practiced the alphabet using foam stickers. I bought a Valentine’s Day Foam Kit from Wal-Mart….. it came with sheets, alphabet stickers, hearts, and flowers in fun Valentine’s colors. Everytime I gave him a letter to stick on the paper, he screamed what letter it was~ very loudly (apparently he liked this project a . . . . .