These party invitations are actually really cool and are simple to make. The nose, mouth and text are all printed onto bookmark sized squares on card stock. The eyes are glued on and so are the eyebrows and hair which is just ripped construction paper. You then cut the shapes out making the corners round. Great idea!
Use favorite colored ornaments either made from plastic or glass (caution should be taken when working with children and glass ornaments). ‘Paint’ child’s hand using white (or choose a color and be bold) finger paint. Have them grab a hold of the bottom of the bulb making sure not to squeeze bulb or to move once hand has made contact with the bulb. Have the child gently remove their fingers first by pulling straight off. Then remove palm. Decorate the ‘snowmen’. You might want to spray a protective coating of polyurethane to keep the paint from peeling. You could also use glue instead of paint and just glitter the whole hand. Great keepsake and would be a perfect gift for grandparents, uncles and aunts.
What a great Valentines Day favor for your child to give to their classmates. Print the below graphic out at 4″ wide by 3″ tall. Cut at lines to each side of text to insert a mechanical pencil, special design regular pencil or special red pen. Have your little one sign the bottom with their names. You could also add a ribbon bow at the top for a more dramatic look. It is suggested to print on cardstock. Pencils and Pens with Valentines Day theme can be purchased at many dollar stores. Also think about adding a nice sticker to the back.