For J’s daycare Valentine’s Day party tomorrow, I wanted to get into the spirit and make valentines for his class with him. I also really, really wanted to use my Cricut’s drawing feature. I haven’t used it since I made the invitations to J’s Finding Nemo birthday party. Actually, the party gave me the idea for the valentines. I haven’t done NEARLY enough with the awesome Disney Cricut cartridge bundle my mom bought me for my birthday last year. J’s definitely a Disney kid, so why not make our own Disney valentines?
Today’s crafty quickie was inspired by the -eek!- two-days-away Valentine’s holiday! This past weekend, I let J loose with some of my less-used rubber stamps and some Valentine paint colors. J is somewhat finicky, so finger painting doesn’t really go over well with him. But, as we saw during his Triple Toddler Playdate, he’s always up for paintbrushes and other mediums. Supplies are simple! All you need: ~ Craft paint… Continue Reading
Super quickie post, but I just had to share! (And brag, let’s not be coy.) Tonight I’ll be throwing together all the little stickers/candies/trinkets I ransacked the dollar store for to make Valentine goodie bags for my son’s daycare class tomorrow. Cookies have already been baked for the teachers, awaiting frosting. (Poor teachers, I hope they don’t punish my kid for my inferior baking skills!) Cricut‘s Cut It Free last week… Continue Reading