Classroom Valentines Day Ideas, for books instead of candy
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Classroom Valentines -“Booking it Over Here to Tell You…”

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Classroom Valentines Idea: “Booking” it over here tell you…” is such a cute and easy idea to make for the classroom!

So I’m learning that there are good and not-so-good points about my kids starting school (preschool, daycare, whatever it may be.)

Not-so-good: Life is crazier making sure my kiddo is prepared for every new little activity that is taking place within the school. {Field trip, classroom party, etc.}

Good: I get to get my “crafting,” on, WAY more than I did in the past. Now that I actually have classroom parties and deadlines to meet, I make it a priority to get creative.

My Silhouette FINALLY made an appearance out of the box a couple of days ago. I have been staring at that box for months, extremely intimidated of what was inside. (Facepalm!)  If only I had known how easy it is to use, and how much easier it makes my crafting life… I would have ripped the box out of the UPS drivers hands the day it was delivered, and started “cutting,” my first shape.

Classroom Valentines — “Booking” it Over Here to Tell You…

Classroom Valentines--"Booked" it over Here to Tell You...

 I possibly started out with one of the most simple projects I could have done, but I figured if I did something super complicated right off the bat, I may have put the Silhouette back in the box and never opened it again. (Lets just say…I know how I can be.)

So how did I make the Classroom Valentines?

Oh my goodness, it was so easy.

Classroom Valentine Book Tutorial

– I bought 20 little books out of the dollar isle at Target.

– I racked my brain trying to think of something clever to go with a “book.”

– I stopped at Michael’s on the way home, picked up some card stock, Valentine’s stickers, and Valentine’s clothespins.

– Watched a thousand tutorials on how to use a Silhouette, and then found a “tag” template that would work.

– Easily… and I mean easily… took the pre-cut tags, attached a sticker, and “clipped,” the tag on with the decorative clothespins.

– Classroom Valentines DONE!

You can easily do this Valentine too.  Even if you don’t have a Silhouette machine, you can buy pre-cut tags, write the phrase on them, and stick it on a book!)

For another cute classroom valentines idea, check out what my sister did last year, where she used a box of raisins!

Classroom valentine's book idea

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Classroom Valentines--"Booked" it over Here to Tell You...

3 thoughts on “Classroom Valentines -“Booking it Over Here to Tell You…”

  1. These turned out so cute!! And it was so fun having our champagne and silhouette night! Here’s to more crafting nights! Martha Stewart watch out! lol

    1. Jessica says:

      Awww thank you! I couldn’t have done it without your help! You betcha!

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