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Valentine’s Day – Heart Breaker Printable

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Maksi and i knocked these up the other day for his cousins and some of his little friends they turned out so cute. Hubby might even get one in his lunch box if he’s lucky.

I was really brave and let Maksi use some glitter to decorate the Heart Breakers, you could use stamps, paint, fingerprints you get the drift.

Print on regular paper, staple both sides leaving an opening at the top to fill with whatever your loves like. Then staple the rest of the heart and voila your done.

Cute, quick and super simple.

You can download them here



Valentine’s Day Lunch for My Little Valentine

I love Family traditions and I think a lunch date with my Little Valentine is a perfect one to start.

Here is What Master Masksim will be dining on this Valentine’s Day.


I used a cookie cutter to cut out the heart shape and then just made the fairy bread as per usual.

I was inspired to create this lunch by Steffi Von from www.ohhhmhhh.de She also has a similar easter idea that I will be recreating for Maksim and his cousins after their easter egg hunt on Easter Sunday.

Lip Choc lollipop from Happylab

Printable hearts from Kuku Couture Download here: Large hearts Small Hearts + printable gift tag & card

Julia xx

Freebie Friday- Valentine’s day Family dinner printables





I love family traditions, this year I thought I would start a new one.

A Valentine’s day family dinner.

I have created several printables that can be used for a variety of crafts. When creating these I envisioned families crafting a dinner together.

Here is how we will be using them for our Valentine’s day celebration




Pretty Garland and cutlery bling


Heart envelope from Martha Stewart Have your kids write a message on the inside or do a handprint then fold as per instructions.


Coaster and straw bling


Dessert YUM!!




Once the kiddies are tucked up in bed you and your honey can enjoy a sweet treat just for two

The uses of these printables is not  limited to the above suggestions you could use them as cupcake/cake toppers, love notes, wine labels, gift tags and envelope seals, well the list is only limited by your imagination.
Candy & lollipop from Happylab

Get the kids involved crafting and sharing the love.


Print, Cut, Enjoy

Heart Envelope, Garland, Gift tag, Card, Straw & Napkin bling, Cute Hearts

5 Fun Valentines day craft ideas



Simple yarn heart by 2littlehooligans.


I love this idea from Martha Stewart so simple and sweet.



Adorable Valentine’s Day arrows by Two Shades Of Pink


OMG glitter globes so sweet by Dandee


This is a very simple idea that you could do with very young children. I plan on doing this one with my little boy who is almost 18 months from Meet The Dubiens

Keep an eye out for Friday’s blog post as I will have some lovely Valentine’s day printables for you to enjoy



Julia xx

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