I don't know about you, but I'm having a difficult time getting my creative juices flowing again since the holidays. I have been organizing every square inch of my house--except for my craft room! I need to get my craft on again! This year, my mantra is "SIMPLIFY!" My brain seems to handle simple things well.
But I also need something fun to look forward to!
So welcome to my Valentine's Day series, "Easy Peasy Valentines."
Each and every Friday, I will be sharing a quick-and-easy homemade valentine idea. All ideas will be cheap. And all ideas will be easy. Today's valentine is print-and-go!
Little Man will be handing these out to his friends in his Boys Club.
Today's valentine costs less than a $1, and what child doesn't love peanut butter and jelly?! We eat it for dinner almost every night when Mr. oopsey daisy is out of town. It's a classic.
What?! You don't think of peanut butter and jelly as romantic?!
Maybe this can get you in the mood...
So here is how you can create your own easy peasy peanut-butter-and-jelly valentine:
I purchased this box of frozen peanut butter and jelly uncrustable sandwiches at Wal-Mart.
It was a box of 4 for $2.93. So each sandwich was less than a $1. Not bad!
(Because they are meant to be kept frozen, we will give these out last minute!)
I created this image in Photoshop. You can download this here if you wish to create your own.
I placed this image in a Word document and printed it out on scrapbook paper.
I cut out my topper and folded it in half creating a tent.
I stapled this tent on top of a ziplock baggie with the sandwich inside.
Simple, sweet, and kids will love it!
Are you working on any Valentine's Day projects yet?
Have a happy weekend!
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