I remember making potato stamp Valentine cards with my mom. We would create all day!
When I was a child I could not wait to make valentines with my mom every year in early February. We would put all our materials out on the dining room table and spend an entire afternoon with doilies, clip art and rubber cement. I’m calling these valentines old school because there’s nothing digital involved with these fun love notes – just stickers, markers and a little creativity!
Sam here from Thrive 360 Living. I’m excited to share with you a special doodle hearts coloring page that I made exclusively for fans of OOLY art supplies. And with Valentine’s Day just around the corner, this coloring page is perfect for making valentines with the kiddos. I can’t wait to show you what you can do with your hearts once you’ve finished coloring them.
I know its hard to believe, but Valentine’s Day is coming up! I love to do something small but special for our kids every year to let them know we love them, but they can be really funny when it comes to treats. Our son has a huge sweet tooth, but our daughter doesn’t like things that are too sweet. It makes for a ton of fun when they have to pick a dessert to split. (NOT!) But a few years ago I started making them Italian Sodas at home and they both LOVE them. Our daughter is a big fan of sparkling water and I think the club soda helps tone down the sweetness just enough for her. Plus I like that I can control the sugar amount for each of them — I always put less sweet syrup in her glass.