Sunday, February 5, 2012

some ideas on this Sunday...

Getting ready for a relaxing Super Sunday! :)
But wanted to share a few Valentine's ideas for you...courtesy of Pinterest! :) knock my socks off! Idea from Evan's preschool, the teachers and kids usually wear their socks while they are inside, so I thought this was a fun idea for his teachers.

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Another idea from here...You're the "write" teacher for me! Happy Valentine's Day!

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I'm so fortunate to have you as a teacher. I got the idea from here and included some chocolate, the rolo pencil, and fortune cookies. 

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For Alex's babysitter, Erica, she loves to read, so I made her some homemade bookmarks and got her a gift card to a book store (as well as the chocolate!)

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For Mike, I found this idea here and here and loved it! So I decided to make it for him. I think it turned out great! :)

 And the Valentine's for Evan's classmates...super cute! Idea from here!

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Have a great Superbowl Sunday!!!!


zakkalife said...

You're superheros came out so cute. Thanks for sharing the link.

By the way, my son's name is Evan too. Good choice ;)

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