We all know the saying, the way to someone’s heart is through their stomach. Well here’s 12 ways to give your valentine something to snack on. If you’re in charge of making a class set of valentines for your kids, a lot of these examples are great for just that, and the kids can help assemble them too.
Almost all of these valentines include a free printable. Click on the link under each photo to take you back to the original source.
Jolly Ranchers, Gummy Worms, and Hugs & Kisses — all of these can be found in your bulk food store.
Something salty and sweet for your partner. I love the socks idea too!
Perfect for your child’s class. Also works with Swedish Fish candies.
Who doesn’t love Nerds?! Five different messages available here.
Olaf in pieces. Perfect for Frozen fans and fun to assemble.
Rolo Bomb! Love this simple yet crafty treat.
Now this is definitely my weakness. Popcorn, yes please!
This last one doesn’t come with a printable, since that would be weird to print out pictures of people you don’t know. However, the idea is to stage your own portraits and add some real lollipops to the printed photo. Check out a few different examples for inspiration here.