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10 Candy Free Valentines

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I love helping my kids create cute valentines to hand out to classmates but completely understand the fear of sugar overload. So here are some of my favorite non-candy ideas for crafting up something festive. And kids will still love them!

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  • Bubble Valentines 1 of 10
    Bubble Valentines
    This is perfect for the elementary school crowd.
    Click here for the tutorial from Armelle
  • Mix CD 2 of 10
    Mix CD
    Who doesn't love a good mix? This cover is free to download.
    Click here for the tutorial from Danyelle on Design Mom
  • Fabric Hearts 3 of 10
    Fabric Hearts
    I love the variety of colors and patterns.
    Click here for the tutorial from Sally Shim
  • Notepads 4 of 10
    Notepads
    I always love to see the ideas Brooke comes up with.
    Click here for the tutorial from Inchmark
  • Wild For You 5 of 10
    Wild For You
    These were the biggest hit when my son passed them out.
    Click here for the tutorial from Design Mom
  • Secret Message 6 of 10
    Secret Message
    Kids will love having to put on 3D glasses to reveal the message.
    Click here for the tutorial from Martha Stewart
  • Valentine Surprise Ball 7 of 10
    Valentine Surprise Ball
    It would be time consuming to make a lot of these but maybe just create one for that one special valentine.
    Click here for the tutorial from Ardor
  • Friendship Bracelets 8 of 10
    Friendship Bracelets
    So much better than Silly Bandz.
    Click here for the tutorial from Dandee Designs
  • Felt Hearts 9 of 10
    Felt Hearts
    Adding the cute faces is a must.
    Click here for the tutorial from What Makes Me Happy
  • Love Bug 10 of 10
    Love Bug
    I can imagine the boys really loving the ones with spiders.
    Click here for the tutorial from Dandee Designs

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