Take Five: DIY Poppers for Valentines Day

 

DIY poppers for Valentine's Day

I miss those days.  When they came home with a list of classmates and we headed to the store to carefully pick out the perfect pack of Valentines for their classes.   We’ve had Hello Kitty, and Princesses.  We’ve had Power Rangers, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Super Heroes.

It was pre-Pinterest so I never had a chance to make all of those cute homemade ideas, when they were little, but they still had so much fun choosing each one for a certain classmate.

Then, all of a sudden you turn around and they are too grown up for cute little Valentines, yet it’s still fun to take something special to classmates!  My kids have always loved poppers for New Years eve, and I thought making diy poppers for Valentines Day would be a fun way to share Valentines with the “middle school” crowd.  Filled with cute erasers and some candy, they should be popular with both the boys and girls alike!  And as always, on Take Five Friday, each one took less than FIVE MINUTES to make!

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~DIY POPPERS FOR VALENTINE’S DAY~

supplies for DIY valentine's day poppers

SUPPLIES:

Toilet paper or paper towel rolls
Wrapping Paper
Curly Ribbon
Confetti
Small toys, erasers and candy
Scissors and Tape

INSTRUCTIONS:

DIY Valentine's Day Poppers step 1
Cut toilet paper rolls in half

DIY Valentine's Day Poppers filler

Fill halves with toys, candy and confetti.

DIY Valentine's Day Poppers step 2

Fit halves back together and tape edge of paper to each half. Cut paper to overlap and tape.
Trim off ends leaving about 2 inches over length on each side.

DIY Valentine's Day Poppers step 3

Tie curling ribbon around each end

diy valentine's day poppers

Cracker popper in middle at seam to reveal treats!

5 minute valentine's day poppers

Did you have a favorite Valentines from your school days?  Mine were Smurf and Strawberry Shortcake! I think I just revealed my age. ;) We’ll see you back here tomorrow for our first Picket Fence Parade of Homes of the new year…you won’t be disappointed! Come back and join us then…at the picket fence!

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  1. So cute!
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  2. What a cute and fun idea! I bet this would even work for a small gifts for lovers too! LOVE IT!

  3. I miss those days too. This is a great idea and a wonderful tutorial. I’m looking forward to trying this. Thanks

    ~willa~
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  4. How fun is that, My kids love the poppers.
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  5. What a cute idea! Love it!
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  6. This is the cutest idea ive seen in awhile. The kids would have a blast with this one :) Thanks!!
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  7. Thanks for sharing this Heather! This is the cutest Valentine idea ever and they look really fun and easy to make! THANKS for that☺ Now my older kids will have something fun to take for their classes!
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  8. Hi lovely lady.
    Thanks so much for this great Idea for Valentine Day.
    Hoping you are having a wonderful weekend.
    xxoo
    Diane

  9. These are fantastic!

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