We love celebrating any holiday with a festive treat! This Candy-Coated Cake from Handmade Charlotte is a simple way to put a fun spin on Valentine’s Day. From tiny tarts to jelly beans, get creative with this recipe and make it work for any party or celebration.
How will you be celebrating Valentine’s Day tomorrow? Share with us in the comments below!
Valentine’s Day or not, this DIY Sweetheart Hair Clip from Cakies is the perfect accessory for your little one. Or, add a pin backing to attach it to a shirt or backpack for an everyday look they’ll love. Using simple felt and a few stitches, you can repurpose this craft with stars, badges and shapes of all sorts!
When it comes to festive ideas for holidays, we almost always turn to Oh Happy Day – and Valentine’s Day is no different! Here are three of our favorite ideas to make this Valentine’s Day even sweeter:
A bouquet of flowers is a classic Valentine’s Day symbol of love, and these Lollipop Flower Valentines from Oh Happy Day are a sweet gesture. Whether your little ones are handing them out to their best buds or a favorite teacher, these beautiful treats are just the thing to brighten the day.
Presents for Valentine’s Day? You bet! These Valentine Surprise Boxes from Oh Happy Day are quick, easy and exciting for little ones to receive. Fill them up with a tiny note or toy for a simple valentine that makes a lasting impression.
These Fruit Heart Kabobs from Style Me Pretty are so adorable – and healthy, too! A quick way to start the day, they offer kids plenty of flavor without the extra sugar.
Who knew you could dress up milk?! These Milk Ice Cubes from A Subtle Revelry let you create fun shapes for any holiday. Tuck a few hearts into a glass of milk, and surprise your little ones on Valentine’s Day morning.
Update traditional eggs in a basket with this Heart-Shaped Recipe from Food 4 Tots. With a little love and patience, you’ll have a beautiful presentation and a healthy breakfast for kids to enjoy.
2. Add a little magic. Fill your play space with imaginative items for your wee ones to get excited about. For playroom basics, we recommend educational toys, dolls, and other everyday fun to get started. We also love an element of make-believe, and a play kitchen or teepee is the perfect way to encourage imagination.
3. Make it their own. Be sure to incorporate your child’s interests into the room’s theme. Do you have a little athlete? Try a sports room theme. Also, hang some wall letters to personalize the space – they add a fun element without overpowering the room.
Ready to design your play area? Visit Design Studio to get inspired.