Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Lips and Mustaches

So this Friday The Phi's classroom is having their Valentine's Day party. I signed up to bring some cookies. It also meant that it is The Phi's first time to give away Valentine's day cards to her classmates. So of course I was way more excited about this than she was. Originally she had picked out a box of Tinkerbell cards. (BORING) and she was fine with that but I wanted to do something a little more fun. So I went to where I always go when I need ideas, Google. I googled "unique kids valentine's" and this was one of the projects that came up. Super cute, super easy. Just cut out some foam paper into lips and mustaches and stick a lollipop through it. So when the kids eat them they look like this....

Hanging Out in SB

Cute right? We also found this free download for those cute owl bookmarks. Those we made and sent out to family and will be giving 1 each to her teachers. Then the other day at Target we found some Yo Gabba Gabba cards and The Phi wanted to give out those instead of the Tinkerbell ones. So the school instructed that the kids just sign their name and did not give out a list with all the kids names. Well The Phi has a touch of her Dad's OCD and could not stand to have the front of the cards with the "To:" on it blank, so I had to write in "My Friend" on all of them to satisfy her.


  1. Anonymous11:32 AM

    She's going to be the most popular kid in class, if she isn't already. JVS

  2. Really cute. You are such a MOM!

  3. Anonymous5:39 PM

    that is too cute, just up my alley. I should do tht for my kids at work. :)
    Tia Mary

  4. OMG! Those Yo Gabba Gabba cards are so cute! If my baby saw them, she'd squeal in delight! LOL

    So cute!

  5. Anonymous10:32 AM

    That is too cute! Cyrus loved receiving the bookmark too. Now he has something especially for the Phi... hopefully we catch you guys before you leave today!


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