These DIY water bottle labels are a sweet way to transform boring water into something special for a school class Valentine’s Day party! Continue reading
This seems to be a huge year for Pokemon, and my boys both decided they wanted Pokemon Valentine cards this year. Continue reading
The sweetest day of the year is just around the corner and these heavenly bite sized treats are a delicious way to enjoy the holiday without feeling too guilty.
These bites are only 5 ingredients and it’s incredibly easy to make a huge batch of them. Wonderful for a Valentine’s Day party or as a simple dessert for your honey(s). They were a perfect portion size for my little boys.
This year both my boys are in love… and I mean in LOVE with all things Star Wars. 5 and 2 years old and no, they aren’t familiar with the movies, it’s all thanks to Legos and it so happens playing Star Wars is the hot thing to do on the playground these days. So of course they wanted Star Wars Valentine Cards, but especially for my 2 year old I wanted to keep it very kid friendly.
Thanks to a really talented blogger at Design.Wash.Rinse.Repeat. I found the perfect card. Yoda Best! She offers the card as a freebie download, they are easy to print out and assemble.
I’m just hoping the kids can hand them out without cracking the glow sticks!
To get the freebie, click here for the original blog post.