Feb 25, 2010
If you're tired of exchanging the same boxed Valentine's every year, try doing something different that's specifically from your child. It's a fun project to work on together and then it really means something to them!Last year we made space Valentine's because my son is a space and anything-relating-to-space fanatic! He chose the color spaceships that we put on the Valentine's and was so excited to give them to his friends.This year he colored white computer paper (because I'm cheap and didn't want to go buy colored paper) and then I folded them into paper airplanes using a paper airplane book he had received for Christmas. Again, something specifically from him and it was fun to watch the kids running around and playing with their airplanes together.