simple ways to spread some love.

With Valentine's Day just around the corner, here are a couple of easy ways to spread some love.....

Here are some little things I whipped up for the 4 year olds my husband and I teach at church on Sunday:

The cute bubbles came in packs of 4 at Walmart for $2.

I made some labels using a word document then printed them out on cute scrapbook paper. Red for the boys and pink for the girls.

I glued the labels onto some white cardstock to give them some strength, then used a mini heart punch so I could tie them on with some ribbon.

So easy and the kids will like them I'm sure. My 3 year old son was all over this project. Thankfully I had a left over one for him. I'll also take an extra or two in case we have some visitors in our class on Sunday. You never know!

Last night I made some cookies to put in my husband's lunch today. I just used store bought cookie dough. But to make them more special, I added a Reese chocolate heart in the middle of each cookie as soon as they came out of the oven. I'm not a big fan of peanut butter chocolate, but my son and husband like these cookies. They do look pretty yummy....


  1. Those cookies look yummy!
    I LOVE PB and chocolate you are missing out.;)
    Cute bubbles Evan appreciated them as a get better gift.

  2. Love the bubbles. They look so cute all in a row!

    ~ Emily N. from "too Blessed to Stress"

  3. These are so cute and fun! You know that the 4 year olds will LOVE them!

    Thanks for sharing in FFA!


  4. Cute - I did something similar as a last minute Valentine for my 7yo's class. I like your use of scrap paper!

  5. Great idea (that doesn't use candy).


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