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Printable Olaf Valentine's Day Treat Topper

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If you've sees much of my work over the years, you'll probably agree that this isn't the most awe-inspiring thing I've created. However, it is making Munchkin & Peanut quite happy, and sometimes, that really is the point! Remember, we did name our puppy Sven, after all. ;) We filled our treat bag with a melted Olaf – 3 marshmallows, 2 mini-marshmallows, 2 pretzel sticks, 3 chocolate chips, and a candy corn), but any candy would work and still get the sentiment across.

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If you've got Olaf fans at your house, perhaps you'll appreciate this years' printable as well. If not, check out our previous years here and here. Click on the image below to download the printable file.

Happy Valentine's Day!! xoxo Lori

Printable Valentine's Treat Bag Topper

Last year we started the tradition of making our Valentines & it's a choice I fully enjoy! The girls get really excited dividing up the candy, filling the bags & putting them all together, and I think they take a lot of pride in giving their friends something they helped make. Plus, this way we can be sure we won't be the 5th girl to be handing out Frozen cards. :) Important? Not really. But we do like to encourage individuality over here! As much as I liked last year's card, I think the design we came up with this time is even better!

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And on the back is lots of room for the girls to write out their friends' names. ( I love kindergarten writing!!) 

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So, if you're still needing to get your Valentine's together, I've made a printable just for you! These toppers fit the Spritz favor bags that you can pick up at Target, but you will need to fold the bag over a couple of times. Enjoy!!

Click on the image below to download:

Printable Valentine's Treat Bag Topper

No judging here, but I think making Valentine's is so much more fun than purchasing them, and it's a great opportunity to spend some quality time with my girls. Plus, I think they take a lot of pride in giving their friends something they helped make. Besides, how can I claim to be a "Maker of Things" if I don't make our Valentines???? (You don't realize the pressure & expectations that come along with such a moniker! Ha!) I had considered buying the pieces since I didn't have a lot of time this weekend, but nothing really struck our fancy while we were out. So instead, we bought clear treat bags & some candy, with plans of making & printing tags to go on top.

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If I'm allowed to say it, I think they turned out stinkin' cute!

I left plenty of space for my Kindergartner to write out her friends' names and sign her own. She loved that part — systematically checking of the girls and then the boys names. Tomorrow night we will be decorating a box in which to collect her Valentines. We've consulted Pinterest and Big Sister has decided that she would like to make her box look like a mail box. I'm debating how in depth I want to go with this. . .  (I'm telling you! That "Maker" title sets the bar high!! It can be a real curse sometimes.) But, in the meantime, in case you're still scrambling to put together Valentine's for your kids class, I thought I'd share our tag with you. And just because I realize not everyone is going to like the multi colors, I've given you a pink option too. Consider it my Valentine's gift to you. :)

xoxo Lori Danelle


Click the images below for a downloadable pdf file.