Homemade Valentine's Day Cards: Cerealsy Cute DIY Valentine Cards for Kids by Donna John

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Homemade Valentine's Day Cards: Cerealsy Cute DIY Valentine Cards for Kids

Down to the wire making those Valentine’s Day cards with your child for their class party? Here’s an idea a friend of mine did with her kiddos that is cerealsly cute! 

You’ll need:

Here's how to make them:

  1. Have your child cut heart shapes out of red or pink construction paper. 
  2. Write “I’m cerealsly glad you’re in my class,” “I’m cerealsly glad you’re my Valentine” or whatever your child wants with a marker.
  3. Secure it to the cereal box with the washi tape.

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Ann Marie Gardinier Halstead
Adorable, Donna John ! And I'm sure parents will appreciate the healthy(er) treat!

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