As the Director of Product Development for Pear Tree I work with designers to build the best products for our customers. When I’m working on a project for my own family I tackle it the same way. I start with the big picture then define the requirements and finally focus on the details.
Big Picture (theme): Washi tape.
1. My kids would be involved in assembly. (Needs to be easy to do.)
2. My oldest needs to write (in cursive) the names of his classmates. (Needs extra envelopes for potential mistakes.)
3. My daughter could not bring candy. (The “treat” needs to be flexible.)
These are the three Valentine’s Day card ideas for kids that I came up with–easy, mistake proof and flexible!
1. Washi tape
3. Small paper
Variation #1: Lolipop treats
Use the washi tape to add a treat to the front of the envelope and on the back to secure it closed.
Finding Valentine’s Day cards from the local store that fit your child’s personality is tough to do. Not all girls like Hello Kitty and not all boys like Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, so why not create a Valentine’s Day card that shows exactly who your child is?!
Well, you’re in luck! We are having a contest to do just that. We are asking you to choose a Valentine’s Day card that best fits your child’s personality from our collection of Kids Valentine’s Day Cards or our classroom valentines. Comment below with the name of the card and three people will be drawn at random to win $25 off any Valentine’s Day Card order!
Pear Tree Greetings is happy to introduce its first free valentine paper chain printable! Creating this colorful valentine printable paper chain is a fun project to do with your kids and it’s FREE! Be sure to get your free valentine paper chain printable now!
Here are a few comments we’ve received already: Angie said, “Love this! It’s super adorable!” and Jessica said, “Super fun!”.
We all know how much kids love to get treats on Valentine’s Day. But they also love to get valentines. So how do you personalize your child’s Valentine’s Day treats without going through the awkward process of taping all the treats to your kids Valentine’s Day cards? We have a simple answer: Valentine’s Day personalized stickers and gift tags.
Nothing irritates the moms at Pear Tree more than having to buy boxed valentines off the shelf for our kids’ classmates. What, we ask, do Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles have to do with Valentine’s Day?
Those of us who work for Pear Tree, of course, like to get creative and make our valentines a little more personal—even if they’re just for kids. Because if we do it right, the kids have really cool cards to hand out at school, and we might just have an adorable greeting to send to friends and relatives.
Some of our favorite dual-purpose kids Valentine’s Day cards include interactive valentines, such as our Caterpillar Finger Puppet that kids can play with, or the Up and Away Airplane that can be folded into a paper airplane. We also love the kids’ valentines that feature a photo of your child, such as the Starry Super Hero or Queen of Hearts valentines.