Hello! It’s been a while. It’s just a note to say thank you so much to those who visited, followed, liked my posts and left comments on my blog. It really means a lot to me. To my blogging community, I apologize for not being able to visit yours in a while. I hope to be able to visit soon. To my new followers, thank you for following.
I also would like to wish you a Happy Valentine’s day in advance. To celebrate the occasion, I just thought I’d share with all the moms out there a very simple, inexpensive and fun DIY exchange treats for school for Valentine’s day.
- Self-adhesive labels of your choice (available at Michael’s)
Remove the labels from the plastic bag and separate them.
Write “Happy Valentine’s Day!” and who it’s from.
The backing sheet is split in the center. Find it and peel away to expose the adhesive side of the label.
Attach the label on the lollipop stick.
Just wrap it around and press the end (of the label) together to secure.
Repeat with the remaining pops.
Place them back in the box and seal. They are ready to be given away. 🙂
And of course, Valentine’s day is not complete without a cake, flowers, and chocolates. So, I made this mini delectable Valentine’s cake embellished with fondant, fresh and fondant flowers, and pink chocolate candy hearts (on top) to celebrate the occasion paired with your favorite tea or hot cocoa drink; perfect to end the evening. 🙂 Happy Valentine’s Day! ❤
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