Vintage Valentines Day Party Activity- 10 Things I Love About You

Posted on January 21st, 2011 by Kara
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Hello fans! Thanks so much for your sweet comments, etc!
Today I’m going to show you the Vintage Valentines Day Party Activity! 

10 Things I Love About You

Before the party I cut out a ton of pink and red hearts. I purchased the cute muslin bags {above} from etsy shop, Tiny Bubbles. I tied a fun vintage skeleton key to each bag {keys were purchased on eBay} and used small alphabet stamps {found at Hobby Lobby} to stamp, “i love you” on each bag.
I had all the kids at the party chose a person they wanted to give the bag to.
They then wrote 10 different reasons why they loved that person on 10 individual hearts.
I had my sewing machine out and ready and sewed the 10 hearts together {making it a long garland} as each child finished…
I then put the sewn garland into each childs ‘i love you’ bag to take home….
To see more of the Vintage Valentines Day Party go here!

7 thoughts on “Vintage Valentines Day Party Activity- 10 Things I Love About You

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  1. HiLLjO


    I love when people stitch garlands and streamers! This is just adorbale and a not-too-hard genuine gift for the small ones to give to their first Valentines. :o)

  2. Lissa (The Wedding Bistro at Bellenza)

    What a wonderful party concept! Not only is the favor bag itself an adorable gift item, but getting the kids to actually participate–and express their love and appreciation to special people–is the best!

  3. Lissa (The Wedding Bistro at Bellenza)

    Just to let you know, we loved this idea so much…we just shared it on our Bellenza Facebook page.

  4. ~Ali~

    LOVE this idea!!!! What better way to celebrate the holiday of love!!! I'm thinking I will adopt this idea into my families Valentines day!!! Thanks for the cute idea!!


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