Like most kids, my kids like to receive gifts anytime. However, I am thankful that they also enjoy giving gifts. This upcoming holiday is a perfect time to offer a sweet sentiment to the people that add so much fun, value, and excitement to my kids lives. We are very lucky to have two sets of grandparents that love my kids as their own. We are also lucky to have so many amazing teachers involved in their education. This is why I am constantly on the lookout for some really fun Valentine’s gifts for teachers and grandparents. I’ve got a round-up of 7 Grandparents gifts and 7 teachers gifts.
I always love to update my mantel with each holiday. These are adorable. I love the wreath layered over the mirror and I love red and turquoise together. I also really like the LOVE sign in the top one. The link below the top pin leads you to a tutorial so you too can have one of your very own.
These tablescapes are so fun! The top one is a little too formal for my household, but it’s what I dream about. The bottom one seems a little more realistic.
I love the idea of branches in a little pitcher with moss and some sweet notes on heart-shaped paper hung with twine. The simplicity adds to it’s beauty.
I’ve been wanting to try some of these embroidery hook projects with my five year old. I’m fairly certain she could do it…with help. I remember something like these projects in Girl Scouts when I was young. Plus, they’re so cute!!
Moss, burlap, and the iconic love sign. Swoon.
This grain sack pillow would look adorable on my entry bench! Too bad the Etsy shop is on vacation.
I hope you enjoyed these pins as much as I do!
It’s less than a month from Valentine’s Day so I thought I’d share a few things I’ve done in years past to make the holiday extra special. Some of these things will have tutorials over the next few weeks. Enjoy!
Lyla made these marshmallow pops for her grandparents all by herself last year.
These were the Valentine’s she made for her class last year. I printed them and cut them. She wrote her name and put the glow stick in.
These are the Valentine’s she gave out the year before last. I printed and cut them and she wrote her name, added glitter, and added the goggly eyes.
Each night we put balloons on the kids doors. They love the balloons!