All You Need Is Love Brunch {Free Valentine Printable Downloads}

Sometimes in the hustle and bustle of life you just want to remind your family you love them. And that’s exactly what Flavia of Fête à Fête did after their recent move across country.

FREE Valentine Printable Downloads

While all their things were still in storage, Flavia hosted a little family brunch to lift her crew’s mood. New town + new home = party! Her menu consisted of French omelets, toasted homemade bread, fresh coffee and to top it off, chocolate cupcakes.

And what’s best, Flavia is sharing two lovely FREE Valentine printables with you! Download her Valentine party invitation and LOVE eye chart on her blog. You can also see tons of additional Valentine party printables on her blog and in her shop - Fête à Fête.

As always, I hope you’re inspired to craft, bake, create and celebrate!

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You’re LOOM-AZING! {FREE Rainbow Loom Valentine Download}

Are your kids crazy for rainbow looms? Mine too! So I made a FREE downloadable boy and girl friendly Valentine so your kiddos and mine can share their crafty creations with their friends!

Free LOOM Valentine Download | TheCelebrationShoppe.com

To attach your rainbow loom bracelet or charm to the Valentine card, I’d use either washi tape or punch a small hole and loop it through.

FREE Rainbow Loom Valentines – The Celebration Shoppe

If you like these and you download, I’d love to hear from you in the comments below.

Free Rainbow Loom Valentine | TheCelebrationShoppe.com

I also have several other free Valentine printable downloads:

As always, I hope you’re inspired to craft, bake, create and celebrate! Enjoy!

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Free Valentine Downloads for the Girls

I shared some fun boy Valentine downloads yesterday, and today I’m sharing some FREE Valentine downloads for the girls! {psst: I have at least two new free Valentine printable downloads coming your way over the next few weeks. So come again!}

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Girl Valentines ~ FREE PRINTABLE DOWNLOADS

Looking for more Valentine craft, baking and free printable ideas, follow my Valentine Pinterest board

As always, I hope you’re inspired to craft, bake, create and celebrate!

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Free Valentine Downloads for the Boys

With Valentines Day class parties just around the corner, I thought I would round-up a few of my favorite free boy Valentine downloads from years past. {psst: I have at least two new free Valentine printable downloads coming your way over the next few weeks. So stay close!}

Free Valentine Downloads for the Boys

Boy Valentines ~ FREE PRINTABLE DOWNLOADS

As always, I hope you’re inspired to craft, bake, create and celebrate!

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10 Valentine photo & personalized cards {plus 20% off}

10 Valentine Photo Cards

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and we’ve designed 10 Valentine photo and personalized cards for your kiddos to share with their classmates!

Gone are the days of giving those plain old ones from the drug store. Let’s get creative with personalized Valentines! I know my boys keep theirs for months… and even put their favorite ones in their class box (a box of memories from each school year).

If your kiddos give one of these cards, they’re sure to make their little friends feel special. Plus I’m sure Grandma and Grandpa would love one too!

You can find all 7 Valentine Photo Cards and 3 Personalized Valentine Cards in the shoppe with all the order details, paper recommendations, etc. Here are direct links to each style:

And what’s best?! Enjoy 20% off your order through January 15, 2014 with code “Heart20″

As always, I hope you’re inspired to craft, bake, create and celebrate!

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FREE Valentine Downloads {Owls, Dinosaurs, Ladybugs and Robots}

Love owls, dinosaurs, ladybugs or robots? I’ve got you covered for Valentines this year with my FREE Valentine cello bag topper printables!

Free Valentine | Kim Byers of TheCelebrationShoppe.com

Download file, type your child’s name (no special software needed, just regular Adobe Reader), print on standard laser paper, and attach to a regular 4″ cello bag filled with goodies.

DOWNLOAD YOUR FAVOR BAG TOPPERS NOW!

Your kid more the Rock-n-Roll type? Or maybe you love chevron and candy bars? I’ve got something for you too! {wink}

By the way, you can get great prices on bulk candy at CandyGalaxy.com!

As always, I hope you’re inspired to craft, bake, create and celebrate! Enjoy and Happy Valentines!

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Easy Reindeer Christmas Ornament {Wine Cork Craft}

A few months ago a craft of mine, wine cork gift wrap, was featured in All You magazine. The challenge was to work with a wine cork, or many, and I made this little guy during that process. In the end, I used the gift wrap images and idea for the magazine article, but I’m still really proud of my reindeer ornament. {smile}

DIY Wine Cork Reindeer Ornament | TheCelebrationShoppe.com

Want to make a reindeer wine cork Christmas ornament for your tree? Here’s what you’ll need to get started:

  • 2 Corks, $0.00 (upcycled)
  • 2 Paper Straws, $0.20
  • Holiday Floral Wire with Berries, $.99
  • White Pom Pom, $.99 for a bag
  • Red White Baker’s Twine, $1.99
  • Tools – Hot glue

Wine Cork Reindeer Ornament | TheCelebrationShoppe.com

And the easy how to steps to make your own wine cork reindeer: 

  1. Cut straws. Four 1.5” pieces for legs, .5” piece for neck, and two .4” pieces for ears (trim at slant to make pointy ears).
  2. Attach legs, neck, ears and pom pom tail with hot glue.
  3. Attach half of a full size cork or small stopper cork for the reindeer head with hot glue.
  4. Cut 5” piece of floral wire, wrap around head and curve at equal lengths for antlers. Attach with hot glue.
  5. Trim one berry from floral wire and hot glue on head for reindeer nose.
  6. Cut a 5” length of baker’s twine, attach the center point of the twine to the back of the reindeer ornament and hang.

Crafting time: 15 minutes plus drying time

As always, I hope you’re inspired to craft, bake, create and celebrate!

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Easy DIY Washi Tape Gift Tags {Have A Ball… A Gum Ball… This Christmas}

I’m hosting my annual Christmas cookie decorating party this coming Monday and that means fun food, creative jars of candies and lots of sprinkles. {grin}

Washi Tape Gift Tags | TheCelebrationShoppe.com

Most of you know my youngest has severe food allergies. Where my favorite candy is and will always be any form of chocolate {smirk}, his is gum.

I got these bright red gum balls from Candy Galaxy. They’re perfect in an apothecary jar, as holly berries on a wreath cake {oooh! Idea!}, or to package as class party favors. You have to stop in, they have every color!

For our party, I made this fun little tag, “Have A Ball This Christmas!” What can I say… I like puns. To make your own you’ll need:

  • Darice white frame gift tags
  • Scotch Washi Tape
  • Elmer’s Glue Dots
  • Darice red/white baker’s twine
  • Scissors (small detail scissors for trimming tape and whimsy frame scissors for the top sign)
  • White paper

And for the easy steps:

  1. Washi – apply tape at equal distances and trim off excess
  2. Glue Dot – add a glue dot to the center of the tag
  3. Message - in Word, type a message in pretty fonts
  4. Edge – cut the paper edge with a whimsy scissor, or straight edge, whatever you have

Sometimes it’s the little touches at a party that really make your guests smile. Happy Wednesday everyone. Only six more days to Christmas!!! {grin}

As always, I hope you’re inspired to craft, bake, create and celebrate!

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Kid Craft: Footprint Manger Scene {DIY Tutorial}

Our faith holds first place in our house at Christmas time and I love reminding my children in the mix of all the excitement what this season really means.

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I warn you… the painting of the feet is ticklish so you may want to place a towel… or two… down. I warned my boys and they still flopped all over the place. {grin} In the end, it was so worth it to have their little (or not so little anymore) feet cradling their version of the baby Jesus.

Footprint Manger Art with TheCelebrationShoppe.com

To make your own Footprint Manger Scene, you’ll need:

  • Square white canvas
  • Sharpies – 12 ct. multipack, 4 ct. metallic assortment and either the silver or gold 4 pack (I LOVE them all and they’re all on sale at Staples right now!)
  • Brown craft paint for foot
  • Pearl white craft paint for head (we chose to stamp his head on with a finger but there are light Sharpies in the pack)
  • Paint brush
  • Optional: white Kraft paper

Footprint Manger Scene Kid Craft | TheCelebrationShoppe.com

And now for the easy kid crafting steps:

Footprint – paint your child’s foot liberally with brown paint and then press evenly to the center lower portion of the white canvas. Allow to dry completely.

Prep and practice – since canvas is unforgiving, I put white paper (available in rolls like gift wrap) out under the canvases so my kids could practice what they’re planning to draw before they put Sharpie to canvas. You can see in the top image my youngest practicing his stars. {wink}

Draw – then just let them go! You can see from the side-by-side shot below that our manger scenes are slightly different, but in my mind that is what makes them that much more precious.

Artist signature – and don’t forget to let them sign their art. We like to date ours too!

Kid Craft: Footprint Manger Art | TheCelebrationShoppe.com

Staples has all the Sharpies for your holiday needs! I mean $6 for a 12 ct Multi Colored pack of Sharpies! Woo Hoo! And the Sharpie Metallic Assorted 4-CT pack, including the Silver pack and the Gold pack are only $5. I’m personally a bit obsessed with all my Sharpie colors, but the metallic are my new favorites!

Sharpie Craft

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Kid Craft: Easy Paper Christmas Ornaments

Do you love making easy Christmas ornaments with your kiddos? A craft they can do all by themselves and be proud of? Me too!

Kid Craft: Easy DIY Christmas Ornaments | TheCelebrationShoppe.com

My boys loved this simple paper ornament craft idea. It’s as easy as 1-2-3! We picked our supplies up at JoAnn Fabric and Craft Stores:

  • DCWV The Holiday Cheer Stack
  • Paper trimmer
  • Stapler and staples
  • Small hole punch
  • Embroidery thread to hand them on the tree

And here are the easy steps:

  1. Cut strips of paper (I chose this DCWV stack because it’s double sided) 1″ wide
  2. Cut the paper again in varying heights: 6″, 5″ and 4″
  3. Take two 6″ strips, two 5″ strips and one 4″ strip, staple the top, pinch the bottom even and staple again!

If you want to hang or use as gift wrap decorations, just punch a small hole in the top of the ornament and thread with embroidery thread.

As always, I hope you’re inspired to craft, bake, create and celebrate!

This #papercraftedChristmas project was created in partnership with JoAnn Fabric and Craft Stores and DCWV. The Celebration Shoppe did receive compensation and supplies, but all opinions and ideas are my own. You know I’d have it no other way! And make sure you check out my DIY advent calendar too!

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