Here are the dinosaur valentines I made. There is a small heart icon at the bottom of each card so you can sign your name. If you don't own a spool of baker's twine, you should definitely grab some. Red twine is my favorite because it can be used in so many ways and goes well with a ton of color schemes. I found a bag of the dinosaur erasers in the dollar bin. If you can't track down an eraser a small dinosaur figure would work as well. Have a great Valentine's Day!
As promised, here the valentines I created for my son's class.
On a quick shopping trip to grab some ink for my printer I spotted these lollipop erasers for 10 cents a pop in a clearance bin at Office Depot. At the time I had no idea what I was going to do with them, but realized that the worst case scenario was that I would be out $1.80. With a bag of lollipops in tow, I made a quick card with four different trims on my computer and placed a small heart icon on the bottom of each card where my son could sign his name. After cutting out each card, I used a small hole puncher and baker's twine to fasten the card to the lollipop. Feel free to use the PDF attachment below for your personal use. If you don't stumble across the eraser version of a lollipop (although I am sure Amazon would have you covered), I think the edible version would be equally great. Happy Valentine's Day!