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  1. Jo-Anna@APrettyLife
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    I love these Alex! They’re so fun and I love that they truly are a craft you can do with the kids – the more sparkles the better!! Pinning!

  2. the home tome
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    Wonderful! I do have a fear of glitter but I can see myself getting over it for this…

  3. Tash @ The Dreamhouse Project
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    I love these!!!!! I’m SO doing this with Kash this weekend! Now I won’t be the sad Mom who feels terrible when her kid comes home with BAGS full of Valentines from every kid in the class when her kid didn’t make any. For anyone. Not even store bought. Cause….that TOTALLY didn’t happen last year. :-S

  4. Danielle from Storypiece
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    This is seriously one of my most favorite Valentine projects that I’ve seen this season. Simple fun you can have with your kids… love it!

  5. Cara McKee
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    Fabulous, you could do this with so many funky shapes. Thanks.

  6. jodi
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    These look great! Just wondering why do you make the collage on aluminum foil instead of regular paper?

  7. Victoria • Restoring our Victorian
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    Extra credit to your daughter with the green nail polish!!

  8. Thalita @ The Learner Observer
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    I love it! This is so great because kids of different ages can enjoy it – believe me, I know some 13 year olds that would enjoy throwing down some tissue paper and glitter! Good call on the aluminum foil – and it looks nice and shiny when you cut out the hearts 🙂

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