Ex-STRAW-ordinary Classroom Valentines!

Ex-STRAW-ordinary Valentine classroom gift ~ Lynlee's

I can’t believe it’s already Valentine’s Day! This sweet holiday definitely snuck up on us this year! Last year, my daughter had a Baked with Love playdate with one of her BFF’s, but this year, she has been sick for several days, so not only did we not have time to have a little party, we tried to keep our classroom Valentines super simple. I found these adorable plastic heart straws at Party City a few weeks back and thought they would be a cute gift for my daughter’s classmates. With clip art from Maree Truelove, I designed little tags for the straws and added a little ribbon to the heart. I used an individual hole punch for the two holes to fit the straw through the tag, which held perfectly! I was originally going to have her sign each Valentine herself {all 50 of them!}, but I gave her a break since she has been ill and trying her best to get better so she can partake in the holiday festivities at her school.

Hugs & Kisses Valentine Ideas ~ Lynlee's

For her teachers, she is sending them hugs and kisses in little metal mailboxes to wish them a Happy Valentine’s Day!

All for Love Valentine's Fondant Cupcake Toppers ~ Lynlee's

Oh, and I just had to share these cupcake toppers I made for my sweet mother-in-law who was selected to help plan a Valentine’s Day golf tournament! I had made golf-themed toppers in the past, but I loved combining it with a loving motif! ♥

Valentine's Day classroom idea ~ Lynlee's

Wishing you an ex-STRAW-ordinary Valentine’s Day, full of love and happiness, sweet friends! ♥

 

Merci Beaucoup!


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Comments

  1. these are just BEAUTIFUL!!!!!

  2. Do you have a printable for the tags?

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