Oh boy. I usually look forward to Mondays. Yesterday was a pretty productive day until my boys all got home from school, and then everything just fell apart. My kids were fighting like crazy, no one seemed to be listening to me (but what’s new, I’m the mom) and then my two year old shocked himself by trying to unplug the vacuum. By that point, I had been yelling at the fighting kids and I was done…so I did what any mom trying to stay sane would do and I left. I took my two year old with me and went and got a drink and cookie. Do you ever get mad and leave for a bit? This isn’t the first time I’ve done it. You guys, some days I feel like I’m just not cut out for this parenting thing. It’s hard! And teenagers. I don’t even want to talk about that. I will say that my boys really are great kids most of the time, but just as any kid does, they sometimes fight with parents, and sometimes don’t want to listen. I’m sure I was the same way when I was young. ANYWAY, I’m sure you’re not here to hear about my parenting dilemmas so I’ll share what I came to share today. When I was shopping at my local grocery store recently, I found these super cute cupcake erasers that separate into several pieces. I picked them up know that they’d be so cute for a Valentine, so I put one together. I’m sharing this fun Hey, Cupcake Classroom Valentine here with you today.
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Hey, Cupcake Classroom Valentine Supplies:
- Cupcake Erasers
- Small Zip Top Bags
- Baker’s Twine
- Cupcake Printable (for personal use only)
- Paper Trimmer
I like to print my tags on white cardstock. You can print them at home (this is the printer I use and love) or you can send them to a print shop. Once you have them printed, just slice them apart. There are cut lines that print on the printable. Just cut along those lines and trim the edges up to where those lines start.
Once you have them cut, you’re ready to put them together.
Place a cupcake eraser in the small zip top bags.
Line up your tag and bag and punch a hole.
Tie them together through the holes using the baker’s twine.
You’re all done! You could have a whole classrooms worth of these put together in no time!
Isn’t that font and cupcake on the tag so cute?!
Not only is the cupcake in the bag cute, kids will love them because they come apart.
My son is pretty excited about handing these out in his class this year.
Do you have a child that will be excited too?
If you enjoyed this Hey, Cupcake Classroom Valentine, then you might like some of the others I have as well. I’ve got lots of other fun valentine ideas here on the blog, and you can find them here.Linking up to some of these parties.