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Valentine's Exchange Ideas

Every February I look forward to my kids bringing home their school class list and spending time searching for the perfect Valentine. For me, Valentine's Day is my favorite, I love all things pink, sweet and lovely. It is a fantastic time of year to celebrate love and kindness. I also look forward to getting crafty with my kiddos putting together DIY Valentine's for their friends at school. Here is a quick round up of some of our favorite DIY Valentine's, have fun crafting!

I Need S'More Friends Like You: These are the ones we are going with this year! We love making smores year round and thought this would be a unique treat for classmates. You can find these cute printables from Five Marigolds HERE.

You Are A-Maze-ing: My first grader loves doing mazes, he begs for more and more to be printed! These maze Valentine's are so fun, an interactive card to keep kids busy. You can print these HERE from Living Well Mom.

Pack a Punch: Of course we love balloon themed Valentine's! Punch balloons are a favorite in our house and they always make a popular party favor. You can buy punch balloons HERE and print these cute cards from Paintbrushes & Popsicles HERE.

Whoopee It's Valentine's Day: These are the ones we did last year and since I have three boys they absolutely loved it. I tried to persuade them into something cuter and lovelier but in the end I embraced this silliness and their classmates were so excited. Thank you Paging Supermom were helping me be the "cool mom" last year. You can print these HERE and we found our whoopee cushions HERE.

Built to be Friends: Lego Birthday parties continue to be one of our most popular themes! These Lego Valetine's will for sure be a favorite. You can print them HERE thanks to The Resourceful Mama.

These are some of our favorites when it comes to printable DIY Kids Valentine's! Have the most LOVEly holiday, show kindness and spread some love.

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