This is such a cute idea! Thank you for sharing.
love, love this!!! So much fun. Those rubber balls really look like a planet.
Girl you are making it so hard for me to choose which one to do!! :) Thinking this one will be great for my 1st grader to do for his class. I especially love anything that doesn't involve candy.
That is soo cute! I also decided to use that theme this year! I bought miniature globe pencil sharpeners and had pencils personalized with "You're Out of the World". I'm tying them together with some baker's twine and DONE. They're kinda awesome. :)
That is so cool! A great valentine idea for a boy - especially one who might want to be an astronaut when he grows up - and I know the very boy.
Amy, Your valentine cards sound really cute, I wish I could see a picture of them. Do you have a blog? When I click on your link, it only shows blogs you follow.
This is such a cute idea and so different to a lot of the standard Valentines crafts, love it!
THis is such a fab idea! Thanks for sharing...
This is waaaaaaaay cute!! I'd love for you to come link up at TGIF kid oriented linky party - http://livinglifeintentionally.blogspot.com/search/label/Linkey%20Parties - I know my readers would love it too!! Have a GREAT weekend,Beth =-)
This idea is out of this world! Love it =)
nice opinion.. thanks for sharing...
Thanks so much for sharing this. We are making these this year as the schools here have decided not to let the kids brings treats to school anymore. :( This is a great alternative! Thanks!!
My son is making these right now. Thanks for a great idea!!
Amazing! Thank you for sharing these, my boys will be thrilled to make these next year
Thank you for sharing this! My son is obsessed with all things space, so we did this for his valentine exchange. They turned out so cute and we had lots of fun making them. :)
This is exacrly what I was looking for for my daughters pre-k class. I hate sending candy. Thank you so much for sharing and keeoing up and alive.
I'm doing this for my little cub scouts (one of the boys cant eat sugar) this is perfect. what little boy doesn't like bouncy balls. love you ideas. thanks for sharing and making my life easier.
If you are making this for teachers, you HAVE to spell "you're" correctly. ;) Might want to redo a batch and make new photos.
nibs-n-ink,Actually it is spelled correctly. It's spelled "you're". The apostrophe is just a little high.
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