February 10, 2014


This year will be my youngest's 1st time celebrating Valentine's Day at her preschool.  Of course she wanted 'Frozen' valentines and there are none to be had!  Combine that with my 10 year old wanting nothing to do with valentines that say 'be mine' or anything remotely sounding lovey-dovey, and I knew I was in for a card-making session!

First up is my daughter's 'Frozen' Valentine.  We will be filling snack bags with Dove chocolate hearts and stapling these to the top.

I'm happy to share - just print out on a full page and select your size in the printer either {4} at 3.5x5 or {9} Wallet; don't forget to un-click 'fit picture to frame'.

Second; our fruit roll-up valentines.  My son had found this box of fruit roll-ups at and he originally just wanted to write directly on them, but then decided he wanted a card too.  Here's what we came up with.

Just staple or tape the fruit roll up on it!  These fit perfectly 4 to a page.

Here's a link to my google files.  Enjoy!

~ Kristin


  1. How cute! My students love Fruit Roll Ups! Happy Valentine's Day!

    Elementary School Garden

  2. Thanks for the cute ideas. I could not think of anything. This is great for classroom and daughters preschool.

    1. Great, I hope you can use them! Happy Valentine's Day!

  3. I love your idea and so wish I could use that with my class! We aren't allowed to give candy or any other treats. Wah! :(
    Short and Sassy Teacher

    1. Why do the adults in charge seem to be sucking the fun out of these kids school days!Sorry about that. Now I'm thinking about other things that roll.... Maybe a dinner roll LOL ;)

  4. Love the fruit roll up idea! Hope you are enjoying your snow day! I know I am! As your newest NOVA blogger friend I have nominated you for a Liebster Award! I saw on your sidebar that you already have one but if you're interested in doing it again head over to my blog for the rules/questions! http://thelandofican.blogspot.com/2014/02/another-liebster-award.html

    The Land of I Can