Spread lots of love this Valentine’s Day, by getting your kiddos the coolest cards and gifts to hand out to all of their friends! Rather than buying a box at your local retail store, get creative and personalize one of Pear Tree’s classroom valentines and pair it with a little toy or gadget. We’ve found 5 kid-approved valentine ideas that they’ll love sharing in the classroom.
Valentine’s Day is such a sweet time of the year for classmates and friends to share their appreciation for each other with nice Valentine’s Day cards. Our design team always enjoys coming up with new, sweet ideas that moms and their kids will love to hand out. Not only are our classroom valentines personalized by you, but they also feature cute sayings other than the typical “Happy Valentine’s Day”. These valentines match the saying and the style of the card; like “love bites valentine” with shark bites on the card and “you’re a slam dunk valentine” in a basketball design and shape. These 10 Valentine’s Day wording ideas will have classmates giggling and their moms thinking how cool you are!
Kids love to hand out valentines at school and here’s a way to make the big day even more fun. These classroom valentines do double duty as lollipop holders, with small holes for you to thread the stick through. They come in various shapes and sizes, and can be personalized with your child’s name — much more fun than handing out the same old nameless treats that everyone else is passing out. Continue reading →
Our new kids’ classroom valentine card ideas are especially dear to us. So when we see that other people love them, too, it makes us happy. This month’s featured favorite is actually two cards—two kids’ valentine’s day cards for a brother and sister, each with strong opinions on what kind of card they wanted to hand out at school.
As the Director of Product Development for Pear Tree I work with designers to build the best products for our customers. When I’m working on a project for my own family I tackle it the same way. I start with the big picture then define the requirements and finally focus on the details.
Big Picture (theme): Washi tape.
1. My kids would be involved in assembly. (Needs to be easy to do.)
2. My oldest needs to write (in cursive) the names of his classmates. (Needs extra envelopes for potential mistakes.)
3. My daughter could not bring candy. (The “treat” needs to be flexible.)
These are the three Valentine’s Day card ideas for kids that I came up with–easy, mistake proof and flexible!
1. Washi tape
3. Small paper
Variation #1: Lolipop treats Use the washi tape to add a treat to the front of the envelope and on the back to secure it closed.
Nothing irritates the moms at Pear Tree more than having to buy boxed valentines off the shelf for our kids’ classmates. What, we ask, do Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles have to do with Valentine’s Day?
Those of us who work for Pear Tree, of course, like to get creative and make our valentines a little more personal—even if they’re just for kids. Because if we do it right, the kids have really cool cards to hand out at school, and we might just have an adorable greeting to send to friends and relatives.
This year when you share the love, make it personal. Our custom Valentine’s Day photo card ideas put your child’s smiling face at the heart of things, right where it should be. After all, Valentine’s Day is an opportunity to say “I love you,” and that message should come straight from the heart.
We’re so excited about our new Valentine’s Day card Ideas, we just had to show you in person. Watch the video above featuring our awesome collection, and see how you can be the coolest parent in the school by making your child into something they have always wanted to be — a queen or a robot! These uniquely personalized Valentine’s Day cards for kids are sure to get a “Wow!” from their friends and teachers.
We know how sending photo cards can add up, especially if you want to send cards more than once a year! That’s why we’ve added some really affordable Valentine’s Day card ideas in our collection this year.