Thanks to today’s revolutionary technology, the choices are endless for what Valentine’s Day cards your children can pass out on February 14th.
For the third year in a row, I ordered custom cards on Etsy. Lori of Party Place, the vendor I used last year was so accommodating that this year she was able to create a custom design when I told her how about my son’s obsession with buses.
Greenlee isn’t at the stage of handing out Valentine’s yet (Daddy would prefer she doesn’t date till she’s 30) but if she was, I would definitely be getting Sophie & Lilli’s customized Valentine’s cards. For only $8, you get to pick out a girl with a likeness to you. Available, in two styles – fill in your own info or custom with your name-you receive a PDF to print at home.
Aside from the fact that it’s “not kosher,” I’m totally eating up these sizzling’ suckers with cards available at Oriental Trading for only $5.50 a dozen.
There’s a new Pete the Cat Valentine’s Day is Cool book which includes 12 Valentine’s Day cards, a fold-out card and stickers. This would be especially cool to hand out if your child’s name happens to be Pete and/or you’re a cat lover.
Tell us about the Valentines your family gives out.