‘A-Doh-Able’ Play Dough Class Valentines

‘A-Doh-Able’ Play Dough Class Valentines

One of my favorite crafty projects is making customized class Valentines for each of my kids.  For me, they have all of the makings of a perfect project.  I love taking on a project like this because I can’t procrastinate for too long or I will miss Valentine’s Day (Hello Motivation!).  They are really simple and don’t take a lot of effort but turn out looking awesome.  They also make me happy because my kids get to give a rockin’ Valentine to all of their friends.  No store bought Valentine’s in this house!  Plus, they are just so darn cute.

This year inspiration struck when I was making Kool-Aid play dough for my toddler.  The dough turned out so pretty and smelled great.  I thought it would be so much fun to give each friend their own container of pretty, yummy smelling play dough.  My big kids have been having a lot of fun playing with brother’s play dough and thought this was a great idea as well.

Play Dough Class Valentine

I really love that this is a non-edible Valentine.  It feels like my kids always come home with so much candy from exchanging Valentine’s.  I always appreciate when a friend gives them something other than candy.  The absolute best part of the whole project is that each Valentine only costs about 33 cents each!!

I am excited to share these “A-Doh-Able” Class Valentine’s with you!

What You’ll Need

All you need to do is fill each cup with a small amount of the play dough.  I was able to make 10 portions of play dough with each batch.  Then trim each Valentine into a square and attach to the top of the condiment cup with a glue dot.  So simple, right?

Play Dough Class Valentine

I blinged mine up a little bit by adding a black paper border, filling in the “A-Doh-Able” with a glitter pen, and adding a few rhinestones.  You can use the printable just as it is, or you can bling them up like I did.  Use your imagination and have fun customizing the Valentine’s however you’d like.

Play Dough Class Valentine Close Up

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I hope you have enjoyed this project as much as I have sharing it with you!  If you make these “A-doh-able” Valentine’s, I’d love to see pictures or hear how it went.

Sleepover Shenanigans Part 4: The Decor

Sleepover Shenanigans Part 4: The Decor

Thank you if you’ve stuck in with me through the infamous sleepover!

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So on to my last post in this series – you’ve seen all of the fun projects, now it’s time to get a peek at the decor.  I have a couple of things to show you.

We created a very simple photo booth.  I made a really quick and easy banner to hang on the back-drop on my cricut.  It wasn’t anything special but turned out cute.  I made lots of fun props for the booth.  The girls had a lot of fun posing with different props.

I also set up a really fun concession stand for the girls to enjoy while they watched the movie at the end of the night. This was highlighted with a banner that said “Movie Treats”. Another quick, easy project on my Cricut.  I used 4oz. condiment cups and filled them with a variety of treats for the movie.  It ended up saving me a lot of money and the girls each got to pick out several different treats to enjoy.

I re-used the table that we created for the baptism brunch as our food table.  We did an oatmeal bar and a yogurt bar with all of the fixings.  A hit with the girls was the cinnamon roll “pops”.

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