Skip the candy treats for classroom Valentine’s Day gifts. These are inexpensive classroom treats that kids can help make. Most likely, you already have everything you need to make this fun craft.
Made by: Melanie East
Time: 10 minutes
Level: Quick and Easy
Size: Approximately 7.5” long
Use scissors to cut hearts from the patterned card stock. If kids are helping, allow them to draw heart shapes and then cut them out. *Tip - if you have a big enough heart-shaped punch, this will work as well.
Use scissors to cut arrow shapes from the black cardstock.
Apply Craft Dots, one on the top of the pencil and one on the bottom.
Press a heart shape to the bottom of the pencil.
Press an arrow shape to the top of the pencil.
Optionally, kids can use the heart shape as a “To” and “From” gift tag by writing on the heart prior to adhering the shape on the pencil.
Melanie East is the author of It Happens in a Blink, a space where she shares crafts, DIY, recipes, and home projects. Her inspiration for many of her projects come from nature, caffeine, and her triplet preschool aged boys. While she writes about many topics, her favorite projects to share are those that inspire others to live out their calling.