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V'Day Crafts with the kids

Valentine's Day is only a little over a week away and we are getting our Homeschooling V'Day crafts done!   I am happy to be linking up with Rebecca over at Mom's Mustard Seeds. She is such a sweet person and is having a great linky party today! Come on over if you are a homeschooler and check it out!

We used some toilet paper rolls, scrap paper, glue, scissors and a few google eyes.

Here are the results...cute huh!

This next craft was SO easy even my 20 month old did it. Cut out 4 hearts per child, different sizes as you can see. Glue and 1 google eye...that's it!

I love them! 

The Lego maniac that he is, has started on the Lego Mania Linky Party project already!  If you are 
not familiar with this party coming can see it here

I have about a dozen more V'day projects we will do doing next week....come on back and check them out!

Linking up to:


Jill said…
Visiting from Mom's Mustard your crafts ~ and it looks as if your children do, too! The Valentine fish are esp. adorable! : )
Blessings to you,
Jill @ Sweet Diva
Rebecca said…
Those are so incredibly cute! We need to make those! I think next week is just going to be a crafty the lego, too! Thanks for dropping by today...and linking up....your post is going to inspire many and encourage them.
musicalmary said…
Melissa - I just showed my son your little guy's Lego heart, and he's sitting here next to me making it now. Thanks! The other ideas are cute, too -- i think we have that heart scrapbook paper, too! :-)
melismama said…
I love it.I just replaced the old button with your new one!
Lindsay said…
Love the heart one super easy! I think Sammy would love playing with the TP roll ones too!
all those crafts and projects are so cute :) love them all!
JDaniel4's Mom said…
These are all super cute!
RedTedArt said…
aaaaannnnddd more wonderful crafts on your site! I love ANYTHING made with the humble paper roll and your little heart men are great! Your fish are gorgeous too!


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