Cell Phone Valentines.

Alright friends, figuring out a valentine design for a 10 year old boy is tough.  Lucky for me I came across this image a couple of weeks ago.  I ran it passed Easton + he was thrilled with the idea.  What is it with boys and technology?  Gets it from his father, I guess.


The candy dots were found at Wal-Mart in the party aisle.  The silver paper was found at a scrapbook store.


I printed + pre-cut everything.  Easton assembled the pieces yesterday after school.  


What do you think?  Are these cool enough for 10 year olds? 



19 comments:

  1. These are great! Valentine's already done for this year, but saving this idea.

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  2. I'm so impressed with all of the ideas you came up with. Your kids will be everyone's bestie on V day.

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  3. I love all of your ideas!! Keep 'em coming!! :) I love this, and I'm thinking of copying the "Have a Ball" Valentine's for my little one. Thanks!

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  4. Yes! Lindsay and I were just talking about hard it is to find cool Valentines for our older children. You know, that don't have obnoxious characters on them. These definitely will pass for the 10 year old set! Love it!

    P.S.
    There's still carrot cake left. Come have a piece. Seriously.

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  5. I have been anxiously awaiting today to see what you came up with for a 10-year old boy's homemade valentines. You did not disappoint.

    What a great idea!

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  6. You are awesome! I love all of your ideas!

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  7. I was waiting for Easton's design! You both did a great job. His classmates are lucky lucky lucky! (I am now inspired to finally start ours.)

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  8. for SURE they're awesome for 10 year olds. Aaaaand 30 year olds, too. I'd take one heartily!

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  9. Love these! The perfect crafty Valentine..I've loved all of your ideas :)

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  10. You have out done yourself this year! All excellent, age appropriate ideas. I so enjoying seeing all the things you create. Thank you for sharing all your efforts with us!

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  11. oh no! how are you going to top these next year???! so cool. so cool.
    +++
    where did you find that cool background paper in these photos?
    love, lindsay

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  12. We are most definitely going to make some of those! Adorable!

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  13. My first grader came home today with one of these from their class party, and it was by far her favorite valentine. She said she wants to do them next year...but I like your fancy silver paper better. I think this is perfect for any age in elementary school.

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  14. had i gotten one of these when I was a kid I'd probably still have it now... granted the candy would be incredibly icky & probably rock hard but they are way too cool not to keep!

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  15. WAY cool- I'm loving all of your ideas!! I'm so making these for Shaye's rock star party !! You are awesome. :)

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  16. Cute Valentine's! My daughter is 10 and her name is Easton. Too funny seeing these Valentines!

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