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Thursday, January 22, 2015

Play-Doh Valentine - "Doh" You Want To Be My Valentine? Printable

My favorite part about Valentine's Day is the fun sayings found on Valentines.  Since Jude is not really able to write out his own Valentine cards yet this year, I decided to start working on something for him to hand out to all of his friends at school.  I knew I wanted a Valentine that was quirky and CANDY free!!  Look people, we still have Halloween candy in our kitchen.  I know that we are not alone - so just like last year with the Glow Stick Valentine's I knew I had to get creative!  

Play-Doh Valentine - "Doh" You Want To Be My Valentine?

Play-Doh Valentine - "Doh" You Want To Be My Valentine? Printable.  Fun Valentine Ideas.  Easy last minute Valentine's.  Play-dough valentines.

Cute right??  Oh and busy parents, this one is JUST for you! Simple, creative and in your budget!!

To make these Play-Doh Valentines you will need:

Play-Doh Valentine - "Doh" You Want To Be My Valentine? Printable.  Fun Valentine Ideas.  Easy last minute Valentine's.  Play-dough valentines.

  • Mini Play-Doh containers
  • Clear Treat Bags
  • Yarn
  • Labels - "Doh" You Want To Be My Valentine? FREE Printable


Play-Doh Valentine - "Doh" You Want To Be My Valentine? Printable.  Fun Valentine Ideas.  Easy last minute Valentine's.  Play-dough valentines.

Steps:

Print out the labels.  I used a shipping label size so it was big enough to read.  

Place Play-Doh in treat bags.  I put 3 different colors in each bag.  It really is up to you on how many you include in the bags.  

Play-Doh Valentine - "Doh" You Want To Be My Valentine? Printable.  Fun Valentine Ideas.  Easy last minute Valentine's.  Play-dough valentines.

Tie bag with yarn.  Tie a pretty bow.  I decided to use red ribbon for the holiday. 

If your child can write his name, have him sign each label.

Place a label on each treat bag.  

Complete!!!  Ready for delivery!!  

Like I said, super easy right? 

Play-Doh Valentine - "Doh" You Want To Be My Valentine? Printable.  Fun Valentine Ideas.  Easy last minute Valentine's.  Play-dough valentines.

"Doh" You Want To Be My Valentine? Free Printable

Are you ready to create your own Play-Doh Valentine?  Make sure you use this free printable to make your project even easier!



If you are looking for other Valentine's Day Inspiration make sure you check out these fun Valentine Posts - Valentine Day Popcorn, Glow Stick Valentine, and Vintage Picture Frame Valentine's Day Wreath!






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30 comments:

  1. That is a very cute idea. Now, the trick is getting all the playdoh into the bags before the kids get it and succeed in making yet another shade of brown lol. Much better than more not needed candy. Thanks for the post.

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  2. Love the idea of play doh rather than more candy. Kids rack up on candy as is at holiday times so this is a great treat that isnt pure sugar haha!

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  3. That's wicked cute and a great alternative to candy!

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  4. What a cute little valentine gift idea !

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  5. This is such a cute Valentine's idea! Kids all love Playdoh.

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  6. That is a fun idea. I will have to do something like this instead of candy.

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  7. Dude, your going to giggle but I ALMOST made these! Literally had them in my cart and then decided I couldn't deal with playdoh in my carpet with the sassy princess. Super cute though

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  8. Oh my how cute. Makes me wish son still went to elementary school. this would be perfect for gifts. Not sure the teenagers would get the joke.

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  9. Perfect valentines for a preschool or younger child. I wish my kids were still into this.

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  10. What a cute idea! I should do this for my daughter's Girl Scout party

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  11. What an adorable idea! I love playdoh! Wish I had some littles to do this for! Thanks for sharing!

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  12. So much better than candy! Love it!

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  13. These are adorable! My daughter would LOVE to give these to her classmates! Thanks for the awesome idea!
    ~Amanda

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  14. These are so cute and my daughter would enjoy passing these out to her friends! Thanks for sharing the printable!

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  15. So incredibly cute! I wish my kiddos were young again so I could make a classroom of these Valentine's.

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  16. What a cute idea! What child does not like Play-Doh either!?

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  17. Nice play on words. I think these are cute as can be, and cool because they're unique too.

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  18. Those are adorable! I always loved those little tubs of Play Doh!

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  19. This is such an awesome idea!

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  20. Awesome idea, I love the tiny containers of Play Doh, cute idea for the kids school class.

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  21. Oh! What a great idea! Better than just getting candy!

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  22. I love non-candy Valentines! I'd so much rather my kids get something like this than dye-filled candy.

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  23. My four year old is obsessed with Play Doh and this would be the perfect Valentine to pass out at preschool! Pinning!

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  24. My grandbaby loves playdoh...this would be the perfect gift to give to her class

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  25. These are so cute. Pinning this now so that I can remember it for my son's class party!

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  26. This is such a cute idea. This is a much better gift than candy for school children.

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  27. Very cute - perfect for Davey's K class. Pinning your post to my Valentine Board.

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  28. Thanks for this idea. I am going to have to try it with the kids.

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  29. I think these are the cutest Valentine's, In my daughter's preschool, we cannot send in candy so this would be perfect.

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  30. Such a cute idea! I never saw these mini play-doh's before...adorable!

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