My kids love any excuse to celebrate, especially when it comes to holidays. Around here we like to find fun, creative and silly ways to make these simple celebrations extraordinary. I have learned over the years that it truly doesn’t have to to be elaborate to be memorable. Celebrate Valentine’s Day with your little sweethearts and make these fun and tasty Valentine’s Day Cupid Floats and Love Notes.
I love entertaining and throwing parties, but nothing beats celebrating life’s little moments and holidays with my kids. Their excitement about having the same back to school breakfast every year, or baking the same cookies at Christmas time is infectious. I love creating traditions that hopefully one day they will pass on to their own children. Having a special after school treat to celebrate upcoming holidays has become one of our traditions. My kids look forward to coming home from school to find a special treat they can indulge in, and I love the quality time it gives us to connect. This year for Valentine’s Day they will be struck with love by Cupid’s arrow and a special delivery. I have partnered with Chinet® to show you how to turn an ordinary float into an extraordinary and special treat your little ones are sure to fall in love with!
The best part is you can make these special Valentine’s Day Cupid Floats in less than 15 minutes, so head on over to the Chinet® blog to get the full recipe.
And after you have the recipe for these tasty floats use Chinet® Classic White™ napkins to create an envelope where you can leave a sweet love note from Cupid. To me, these simple little projects are what create happiness and memories filled with love. As my kids get older I realize that they are going to face lots of scary things when they are away from our home. I want them to know without a shadow of a doubt that they are loved, they are special and they are extraordinary kids destined for greatness.
Write a love note, on colorful scrapbook paper, to your child and slip it in the folded napkin envelope. I have been trying to do this kind of thing a lot lately, and Valentine’s Day is the perfect occasion to make it extra special and fun.
Make sure you pop on over to the Chinet® blog where you will find the full tutorial for my Valentine’s Day Cupid Floats and Love Notes, that your kids are sure to fall in love with!
It really is that easy to turn an ordinary afternoon into an extraordinary celebration!
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