For Valentine's Day, I decided to make both of my daughter's teachers (6 total) these cute chinese take out boxes filled with fortune cookies. Since I don't eat Chinese food, I had no idea where to buy the cookies. But, alas, our Super WalMart had them. I even tried one to see if they were good and they were. I dipped them in dark chocolate and the girls put the sprinkles on. I saw the idea here!
p.s. those pretzels were for moi!
I put 6 in a ziplock baggie and then put them in the container. I wanted them to stay fresh.
I also had to make Jello jigglers for my one daughter's class party. Honestly, I have never made them before. They were actually easy and they turned out perfect. Strawberry hearts-Mmmm! When I signed up to make the jigglers, that was the only thing left to sign up for. The teacher said that was always the last thing to be taken. I wonder why? I know I'll do it again.
For my daughter's Valentine's for her class we used this free printable from here.
It was a tic-tac-toe game. She was able to write who it was for and her name on the topper. We made 12 of these. I wish I had taken more pictures of this.
Since my daughter is only 3, I thought these would be perfect for the kids in her class. I fell in love with the idea from here. I could not find the individual shovels anywhere, maybe they don't even come like that, but, once again, WalMart came thru. They were attached to buckets for $1. Thank God I only needed 6. So, now I have 6 buckets at home. They will be good for the summer I'm sure. I put M&M's in a clear party bag and cut it down and then tied it with Twine. I wrote on it with a paint pen and signed her name very small on the back of the shovel. Who wouldn't want one of these?