Valentine Seed Packet Craft

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Valentine Seed Packet Craft

Valentine Seed Packet Craft

Candy, Candy, Candy! It seems like candy is just about the only things kids bring home from school for Valentines day. If you would like a homemade valentine idea with a candy alternative, try our Valentine’s Seed Packet cards. These cute cards are relatively easy and definitely inexpensive to make. They also are calorie free and creative. Most kids really enjoy seeing something they’ve planted growing and your gift will last a lot longer than a box of candy! Be sure to stop at the Dollar Store where you’ll be able to inexpensively pick up all the supplies for this Valentine’s craft.

Valentine Seed Packet Materials:

Valentine Seed Packet Steps:
  1. Cut out 6 hearts about 1 inch high ( see collage)
  2. Glue bottom tip of heart together. Continue to layer in a circular pattern until flower shape is formed (see collage)
  3. Trim 2 strips of green paper roughly ½ inch wide by 8 inches long.
  4. Glue ends together to form a right angle.
  5. Fold bottom edge over top edge. Repeat with opposite side. Continue until the end of each strip. (see collage)
  6. Secure end with a drop of glue and attach to bottom of the heart flower. (see collage)
  7. Attach flower to seed packet with a strip of matching paper.
  8. Attach note: My love for you grows.
  9. Slip into envelope. Flower will spring up when removed. (see collage)

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