If you read my last post, you know that I am attempting to make my girls' Valentine's Day cards this year. (Insert my husband laughing here :-)
While I don't think of myself as particularly crafty, I love the way these treat bag toppers came out!
If you're interested, you can download them for free here. They are sized to fit standard size Ziplock bags. You can find easy assembly directions here. (It's basically cut, fold, tape. :-)
And a HUGE thanks to two of my favorite artists for their amazing clip art and designs! xo!
Miss Tiina & Graphics From the Pond
Ok, so I have a not-so-small obsession with fonts and clip art. Fonts and cute graphics make me happy. What can I say? To validate (maybe?) my passion for buying all things cute, I decided to make - instead of buy (gulp) - cards for my daughter's classroom Valentine's Day party.
My daughter Caitlin (5), like the rest of the female world under the age of 10, loves Elsa, Anna, Olaf, and anything else Frozen. So, of course, her Valentine's Day cards HAD to match.
I am in NO way a Martha Stewart. Not. Even. Close. :-) But, I thought I would share these cards with my fellow teacher-moms, moms, and teachers in case you had a Frozen fan(atic) at home, too! You can download the template for free here.
To make, follow these 4 easy steps:
- Step #1: Print the cards on white card stock (or the color of your choice).
- Step #2: Cut along the dotted line.
- Step #3: Fold card in half
- Step #4: Attach the card to the treat bag. (I used double sided tape, but staples would work well, too!)
A BIG thanks to Miss Tina and Dorky Doodles for the awesome designs used on the cards!!
In the mood for another Valentine's Day freebie? You can download my "Very Venn Enrichment Pack" here. In this 11 page download, students use Venn diagrams to make forced associations. These no-prep printables are a fun way to promote critical and creative thinking in your elementary kiddos!
Thanks for checking in! Happy Teaching!