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I love you to pieces!! Valentines Day Craft

Valentines Day is fast approaching and the fun crafts have started here at our house.  On Saturday my daughter and I made a Valentines Card and she brought them to church and handed them out.  :)  She loves to give her hard art work to people she loves.  

This craft was very simple so toddlers can do this too!  My little guy will have to do this this week, he was coloring and doing his own art project at the time his sister did this one. 

I pre-cut the heart and wrote out so my daughter could get the spelling for the words.  She also had to cut all the pieces to glue on the heart.  You could cut or rip depending on your preference.  (We used paint samples to cut up for the heart) 

After the heart is filled with pieces my daughter personalized her card with more hearts that she drew.  

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