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I am a mom of a boy.  He’s totally a boys boy.  Lover of all things ROAR! and VROOM! and FAST! and CRASH!  So when thinking about Valentine’s Day, the lovingest, pinkest, and sweetest holiday of the year, I needed to be choosy about the love messages my main man would be sending out to all of his friends at school.  There’s no secret about this- the boy LOVES SHARKS.

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Seriously- how many shark shirts can one boy have? Answer- as many as he dang well pleases!

We do shark crafts.

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We demand face painting clowns at preschool to give us Shark tattoos.

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So what else is left to do but…

We will hand out shark valentines to our friends!!

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Check this OUT!  I’m super pumped, woah excited, and thrilled to make these for Jake to pass around to his friends on V-Day.  And super easy! Glitter card stock, clothespins, a bag of sequins, and little bags of Swedish Fish.  I may even make one for myself!

Family Fun Magazine featured this little project in their Valentine’s Day ideas, and I am happy to make up a bunch for MY Valentine for HIS Valentines!

Shark Valentines Card Directions:

  • Start by drawing the shark’s top and bottom halves as shown or tracing the shark template on glitter card stock.
  • Cut out the halves, then apply tacky glue along one side of a clothespin and adhere them
  • Place the shark on waxed paper to dry
  • When the glue is dry, slightly bend one tail section forward so that when the mouth opens, the tail parts smoothly pass one another
  • Glue on a sequin eye
  • Cut a paper heart (pinking shears to trim a “bite” is optional)
  • write your message
  • glue the heart to a treat

 

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