Create a very inexpensive kid’s Valentine with this dollar store (or craft store) find and my Wack-A-Pack Valentine Printable.
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Have you ever heard of a “WACK-A-PACK? Several months ago a friend gifted these poppin’ party favors to my little guy and he became an instant fan.
The just of the wack-a-pack is to smack a small package with your hand and watch it inflate until the package can no longer stay sealed then out pops a small mylar party favor.
The same friend who introduced me to these surprisingly fun favors last Halloween recently enlisted my help to think of ideas for a wack-a-pack themed Valentine note. My immediate thought was the “You Make My Heart Pop” popcorn Valentine that I created a few years ago. I then went to work on creating a Valentine Printable that would compliment the wack-a-packs for my friend’s daughter to share with classmates this Valentine’s Day.
Wack-A-Pack Valentine Printable
You Make My Heart Pop
Create your own popping Valentines in just a few minutes!
- Wack-A-Pack (4 per package at the Dollar Tree, Amazon or craft store)
- Small Clear Cellophane Party Bags
- Valentine Printable
- Staples (these purple staples go great with the purple font)
Just like my STAMP-ENDOUS Kids Valentines these kids valentines are super easy to assemble!
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Next use a paper cutter or scissors to cut out the individual valentine cards then fill in the “to” and “from” blanks and fold each card in half.
Add a wack-a-pack to each party bag then place a valentine note over the top of every bags and secure the note with a staple.
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