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Thursday, February 5, 2009

Valentines has officially begun...

Every time we poured the glitter off a Valentine Eli would yell Happy Birthday Dada!! It was hysterical!!
One for each of Eli and Cora Jane's Buddies...
I love my boy!!
We didn't forget Eli's favorite person...
The little stamped heart is made from Eli's finger prints. Press the little one's finger on the stamp pad. Stamp on the paper at an angle. Twist and stamp again.
I think this would be so cute with red ink on a white Valentine!!
Note: All the Valentine stuff is 50% off at Michaels... sometimes it pays to procrastinate!

13 comments:

Lynne said...

Those are so cute, and the kids are even cuter!

CherryTreeLane said...

AMAZING! ADORABLE!

Kara said...

I love the fingerprint hearts- so cute!!

Sue said...

Cute Valentines. Great idea making them yourself. My daughter loves to do arts & crafts too.

Elisabeth said...

How sweet that you're giving one to the trash man. You must be a very friendly and outgoing lady. I probably wouldn't know my neighbors very well if I had any. :) (Our nearest neighbor is 3 miles away.) My husband would though. He the talker of the family.

The Party of Five said...

I really need to start our decorations. We have been so consumed with painting and potty training that I just keep putting it off. Thanks for stopping by yesterday.

jen@odbt said...

I love homemade valentines. Yours turned out so cute. My kids chose the character ones this year. Maybe next.

Stephanie's Mommy Brain said...

Thanks for commenting at my place today. The Magic Sponge (Walmart version) or Magic Eraser (Mr. Clean version) take all kinds of marks off walls! I haven't tried it on furniture marks but it will take crayon, grim, food splatters, children's fingerprint dirt and even the paint off the wall if you aren't careful. Beware that if it's been ages since you cleaned the wall you might be able to see the newly cleaned areas afterward. :)

Tanya said...

Homemade valentines are top-notch in my book! Another cute thing to do with kids is have them make a heart with their hands (thumbs together, fingertips together - so it is upside down as you look at it yourself) and take a picture. :)

PS: Your 'lids' are way cool!

rachael said...

I love the valentined-themed blog header and background! And fun post about the V-day craft. :)

Suz Broughton said...

You are soooo good.

Carrie said...

They turned out fabulous! Love the shot of your little guy with his big eyes, just resting. :)

Aimee said...

Joshua loves his Valentine Card! He was talking about it the WHOLE way home!!

Thanks Eli and Cora!

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