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« on: February 11, 2011 02:51:13 PM »

My lil Girl and I made some valentines day cards.
A friend gave me some large railroad papers, so I grabbed a cookie cutter that was heart shaped and traced it enough times to make a enough squares for enough valentines for my daughters class and her classes sister class.
I then grabbed a white crayon and wrote little messages in each heart. I gave my lil girl watercolor paints and markers and told her there was secret writing on each one.I helped of course ( too much fun not to Smiley

When we were finished painting. I cut them out and and hole punched them. A pencil does not fit through one whole punch so I had to do two next to each other. I slipped the pencil through the holes and then slid two suckers in behind the pencil. and Wallah. Our valentines Smiley
« Reply #1 on: February 12, 2011 12:53:44 AM »

really pretty Cheesy love the idea of lollipop valentine gift Cheesy maybe i should make my boy paint hearts next year, since he's far to young to master any shapes yet Tongue And I like the secret message thing as well, really cute Smiley

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