Not only is this Star Wars craft incredibly easy, but it will wow younglings from across the galaxy. This is certainly the droid you’re looking to bring to your Valentine’s Day party. Keep reading to find out how to make this adorable R2-D2 Valentines Box.
If you want to impress your special someone for Valentine’s Day look no further than this cake! I like to make a fun special dinner for my family on Valentine’s Day with a decadent dessert. Don’t let this white chocolate raspberry jello cake fool you, though. It’s a dressed up box cake mix with everyone’s favorite jiggly indulgence on top.
Brooke LOVES to make holidays special for her whole family, and today’s post is all about setting the mood for a Valentine Tub Time for the kids! She’s even sharing a Spotify playlist she’s created to set the mood.
My kindergartner is just starting to learn math facts. So far she is doing really well and has caught on quickly. I thought it would be fun to create a math fact sheet centering around Valentine’s Day. So cupid counting was created. I wanted to create something that could be used over and over again and help understanding the various combinations in adding up to different numbers.
This Family Night activity will help you teach your family how to love like Jesus did. Follow His example to bring more meaningful love into your family and other relationships. Jesus showed love in several different ways. Study his methods and then make goals to apply them in your own life.
Treat your loved one (or yourself) to this Red Velvet Mug Cake. This mug cake is moist, egg-free and utterly delicious with that distinctive red velvet flavour, and even topped off with a complimenting cream cheese frosting – Perfect, easy and ready in no time!
I am the Forrest Gump of Valentine’s Day. Well actually, the only thing Forrest and I share in that regard is that we are both not very smart men, but we know what love is… and I guess that you could say that past Valentine’s Days for my wife were like Forrest’s proverbial box of chocolates. She just never knew what she was gonna get…if anything. On Valentine’s Days of yesteryear I think I occasionally handed my wife an empty box of chocolates, figuratively speaking, on the international day of love.
Well the leaves have all fallen, leaving the trees bare and winter-cold, why not snap off a few small branches and create this easy, kid friendly Valentine craft?
I always love when my kiddos can help me create holiday decor pieces, it just adds so much!
My daughter always wants to help me in the kitchen. Many times I am in a rush and don’t take the time for a little helper. As parents we can get so wrapped up in our busy schedule and the responsibilities of life and parenthood, that we may forget the importance of time with our kids. So we headed into the kitchen to make these chocolate covered strawberry crispy rice treats.
This year, my daughter requested that the Valentine cards incorporate unicorns and bubblegum. Yikes! I started panicking because this is the first year she has been so specific. Never fear! Mom is not afraid of a challenge!
Hi my name is Kara (friend and neighbor to the talented Mariel) I am a SAHM to 3 girls and one boy and wife to my handsome hubby! I love the month of February! I love the “love is in the air” feeling, the cute decorations, the color pink, giving my favorite people something special, and the yummy treats!
February also reminds me of my sweet Grandma that recently passed away. She was one of the most loving and positive people I knew. I have great memories of going to her house and eating the yummy candy she would make for holidays. One of my families favorites is her English Toffee.
Whether you’re a school teacher, PTA member, or just a super cool parent, these Valentine’s Day school party ideas could be just what you need to make your kids’ Valentine’s Day extra awesome this year! From crafts, to recipes, to games, you’re gonna have the coolest V-Day party EVA!