Sometimes, I get this super awesome ideas and get super gung-ho about them and by the time I should be taking pictures and posting said awesome idea, I burn out. The struggle is real, friends. Thankfully, I’m getting a second steam on this sweet valentine that I put together for Reagan’s preschool class last year, so I’ve decided to share them as part of a “better late than never” philosophy I’m adopting. Totally works.
My Reagan is all things girly and sassy and fabulous. She has a flair for the ultra dramatic and a passion for princesses. Because I wanted to avoid going the commercial princess route, I came up with this sweet royal scepter for her to pass out and she was absolutely thrilled with it.
Royal Tiara Valentines (click the link to download)
1 Download and print as many of the princess tiaras as you’ll need. I like to print on a heavyweight card stock to ensure that the valentines will hold up well.
2. Trim around the outside edge of each tiara.
3. Have your little sweetie sign each of the valentines.
4. Using the washi tape, stick the pencil to the back of each tiara to create the scepter.
Reagan was completely thrilled with how they turned out last year and is already plotting what valentines we’ll be putting together for her class this year!
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