Valentines Day Idea and Valentine Day Dinner Menu
This year Valentine's Day falls on a Sunday and what better way to spend a family day than with the ones you love most. Here is a Valentines Day idea as well as a Valentine Day dinner menu that the whole family can enjoy.
One Valentine's idea is to craft your own Valentine Day card and then collect cards you receive and place them in a Valentine's Day box that you create yourself. Make and share your Valentine Day card with your friends and family. This Valentines Day idea is easy, doesn't require many materials and the whole family can participate in this activity.
To make your own Valentine Day card, just pick up the following materials:
-Red, white and pink construction paper
-Glitter colored pens such as red, pink, purple, silver and gold -Glitter glue and scissors
Then just sit with your kids and get creative. You will be amazed as to the kids' creativity associated with this Valentine's idea.
Need a place to collect your Valentine Day card? Just create your own special Valentine's Day box. The materials needed for this Valentines Day idea are as follows:
-Red, white and pink construction paper -Glitter colored pens such as red, pink, purple, silver and gold -Regular glue and scissors -Shoe box or cereal box
Take the larger portion of a shoe box or cut the top off of a cereal box. Then, cover the box with the construction paper and any other design you choose made with the construction paper, glitter pens and glue. All of these materials can be picked up at a local drug store, market or craft store.
Another Valentines Day idea is to create a 3D Heart with tissue paper. For this Valentine's idea pick up the following materials:
-Red, pink and white tissue paper cut into 1" squares
-White construction paper
-Regular glue and scissors
Simply cut the white construction paper into a heart. Then take the 1" square tissues and twist them around your finger. Dab a dot of glue on the construction paper heart and then stick the twisted tissue paper down on the heart. Mix up the colors or start with a white center, then work towards the outer edge with pink then red. You can even make 3D hearts on the cover of your Valentine Day card!
Valentine Day Dinner Menu
While the kids are crafting, create a comfort "hearty" Valentine Day dinner that the whole family will enjoy. Of course, include various shades of red food!
Valentine Day Dinner Menu
Tomato Soup with Cheddar Cheese Crisps
Beet and Goat Cheese Salad
Beer Can Chicken with Apple Cranberry Stuffing
Peas and Carrots
Red Velvet and Strawberry Cupcakes
I hope you found the Valentine's idea for creating a Valentine's box and cards helpful. Creating a Valentine Day Card is a craft the whole family can enjoy as well as sitting with your family at a Valentine Day dinner.
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Enjoy your Valentine's Day and remember to keep in mind the Budget Bash mantra; make it simple, delicious, stylish, fun & economical to all!
Andrea Wyn is a special event planner with over 15 years of industry experience. She has been the Awards Event Supervisor for the Screen Actors Guild Awards(R) since 2000. Her book, Budget Bash-Simply Fabulous Events on a Budget, is available at http://www.budgetbashbook.com . She has an MBA from the University of Chicago & a BA from UCLA. To learn more about Budget Bash & events go to http://www.awynningevent.com