Hand Sanitizer Valentines with Free Printable

Hand Sanitizer Valentines with Free Printable

Valentine’s Day for your little ones may be a little different this year. They may be able to celebrate in school or they may not, but I am sharing these cute Valentine’s that can be shared with anyone!

These cute Valentine’s are perfect to spread some cheer around your neighborhood. These are guaranteed to put a smile on your neighbors face.

The best part (once again) is that everything here is from Dollar Tree! Fill these treat bags up with hand sanitizer and goodies of your choice. This is what we chose below.

We added pens and sticker assortments in this fun canvas bag.

Pack up your bags and print these gift tags. Add your little ones name by writing it or using a label embosser. It is my favorite way to label things. I have one from when I was a kid, but you can get one here.

Now that they are signed and sealed, time to get them delivered!

I would love to see what you decide to make so be sure to tag me on Instagram!

CHECK OUT MY OTHER FRIENDS PRINTABLE VALENTINES

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Holiday Cookie Busy Kit

Holiday Cookie Busy Kit

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Holiday break is approaching and for some it doesn’t make much of a difference, but no matter what your circumstances are, I am here to share a fun craft for your little ones!

Busy kits have been a hit in our home and I love how versatile they can be. Colors and themes are interchangeable and can be made based on what your child likes.

This holiday cookie busy kit is perfect since I am sure your little ones want to be included with your holiday baking.

I included my hot chocolate play dough so the aroma could really make this holiday cookie experience seem real. It adds more to your child’s sensory exploration.

The play dough and rolling pin is always a hit, but the fun part in this kit is the sprinkles!

Check out my girlfriends winter kids crafts by heading to their blog below!

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Hot Chocolate Playdough Recipe

With Franco being home some days I have to keep him busy while I work.

I am pretty excited to find some festive ways to keep him busy during the holiday season while we are home.

First way- have Christmas movies play on repeat all day. We don’t have to sit and watch them but just having them play in the background to keep to spirit alive.

Second way- have Christmas music blasting in another room. Same reason why you have movies playing as well.

Third way- do a fun and messy holiday themed activity.

Basically, everywhere you turn in your house your going to get hit with Christmas cheer for all to hear. Is this a bad thing in 2020?

No.

Will this drive your spouse a little crazy?

Yes.

Does it matter?

No.

I am sharing this fun Hot Chocolate Playdough recipe. It’s easy to make with your little one and it smells amazing!

Ingredients

  • 2 cups flour
  • 1/2 cup cocoa powder
  • 1 cup salt
  • 2 tbs cream of tarter
  • 1 cup boiling water
  • 2 tbs oil (olive, vegetable, coconut)

Directions

  • Mix all ingredients in pot on medium heat.
  • Stir until it clumps together and slightly sticky.
  • Remove from heat and let it cool.
  • Knead dough for 3-5 minutes.
  • Use sprinkles or marshmallows for additional texture.
  • Store in an air tight container or ziplock bag for 1 week.

This is a great way to get your little involved with ‘cooking’ and also great sensory play. Not to mention, this smells amazing! I wouldn’t recommend to taste or eat, but definitely enjoy to aroma.

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5 Ways to Get Your Child Excited For The Holidays!

This year we need happiness and excitement more than ever. I also think this year it is never to early to start getting ready for the holidays. Check out my five ways to get your child excited for the holidays. These are fun and affordable ways for the whole family to enjoy.

1. Write a Letter To Santa

This kit is fun for kids to write a letter to Santa and to let him know what they want for Christmas!

2. Have Santa Send a Letter Back

Santa Letters

With Santa Lettes, not only does your child get a personalized letter from Santa, but they can also get a Nice Certificate, directions from the North Pole and so much more! These letters are official, printed on fine linen paper and Santa’s official seal embossed. The best part is these letters are postmarked from the North Pole! These fun surprises are guaranteed to be delivered by Christmas if ordered by December 15th. Santa Letters is also donating 10% of their proceeds to Toys For Tots.

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3. Make a Christmas Eve Box

On Christmas Eve, your little one will open a box of fun! A pair of new Christmas Pajamas, hot cocoa mix, popcorn, Christmas book and a fun game to play. This is a great tradition to have from years to come!

4. Decorate Your Own Christmas Cookies

If baking is too messy for you, order a premade cookie decorating kit! These cookie from Sweet T’s are the perfect treat during the holiday season and a fun family night. You can also order pre made cookies that are almost too pretty to eat. Shipping only available within New York.

5. Holiday Binoculars Craft

This binoculars craft I shared a few months ago is perfect for the holiday season! Use them for driving around looking for Christmas lights, searching for reindeer and grazing the sky on Christmas Eve looking for Santa! Follow the steps on how to make the binoculars and use holiday themed stickers and designs to fancy it up.

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4 Simple DIY Halloween Costumes

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Still don’t know what your little one is going to be for Halloween? No worries! I am a little nutty and handmade five Halloween costumes for Franco each year so I have over 20 ideas and today I am sharing four very simple DIY Halloween costumes if you are in a pinch.

1. Target Employee

2. Minion

3. Spaghetti and Meatballs

4. McDonald’s Employee

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How To Make A Simple Floral Skull With Real Flowers

How To Make A Simple Floral Skull With Real Flowers

Keep your summer flowers alive while decorating for fall! Give them a little spooky vibe by putting them in this skull head from my favorite store, Dollar Tree!

Materials:

  • Plastic skull head from Dollar Tree or any other department store
  • Fresh flowers
  • Box cutter
  • Water
  • Black magic marker

Directions:

  • Trace a circle on top of the skull with a black marker. The circumference of a shot glass is a good size for the circle.
  • Cut out the circle using the box cutter.
  • Pour some water into the skull head and place flower arrangement of your choice.

Remember to keep water in it and change flowers throughout the season to stay spooked!

And now for the super fun part, I am excited to announce a fun giveaway!

I have teamed up with an amazing group of bloggers to give YOU a chance to win: a $1,00 Amazon Gift Card to kick off Fall season!

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