Anyone who has children knows that holidays mean candy and sweets, whether it be a box of chocolates for Valentines Day, candy canes at Christmas or the piles of candy they receive at Easter and Halloween. My sweet little boys are already full of natural energy, so I wanted to create a Valentine’s gift that didn’t include a bunch of sugar. As I was surfing Amazon, Hello, My name is Cindee and I’m addicted to online shopping, I found these cute little frogs and the ideas started rolling!Some of my first thoughts were: “You make my heart leap”, “I’d jump at the chance to be yours”, and “Hoppy Valentine’s Day!” And the winner was…..
Then I found these cute little inexpensive airplanes at my local grocery store:And again the play on words started flowing: “I’d fly around the world for you, “You are the wind beneath my wings” thanks Bette Midler: and the winner was….
We all know little boys can never have enough cars to push around the house, (trust me I’ve stepped on my fair share). Hot wheels are also affordable and come in pink and purple too for little girls, which makes this card a great option for a school Valentine exchange. “I wheelie like you’, “My heart races for you”, and….
Putting these together was so easy! Most of these toys can be purchased online or at your local dollar store. You will also need: cellophane bags (I bought mine at my local craft store), a stapler, and scissors.
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