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Sweet Valentine's Day with Peaceable Kingdom



Hey neighbors!

Valentine's Day is almost upon us.  The year seems to have just started and we are already on the brink of February.  Is your child going to be handing out valentines cards this year? If so, consider Peaceable Kingdom for their valentines.  So sweet!


We received two different packages of their Scratch and Sniff Valentines!  One is Cherry and the other is Cookies and Cream!  Each box has 28 cards and 28 envelopes.  There are four different designs in each box.  The Cherry of course smell like cherry, while the Cookies and Cream are chocolate scented.  The backs of each one have a short Valentines message or saying with a space to include who they are being given to and a spot for your child to sign their name.



The cards are colorful and bright!  The sayings range from, "Hope your Valentine's Day is dipped in fun!" to "Hi Valentine! I like you cherry much!"  Be sure to get enough that every child receives one, whether for a classroom full of children, or a holiday party your child is attending or hosting.




My daughter came up with a couple of ways to display the Valentines.  Perhaps if you are having a party you could try one.  She used tiny clothes pins to put them on display.




These "sweet" cards are quite adorable and will be well received.  And they would definitely go well in a party setting!  Visit the Peaceable Kingdom website to find out how to order yours!

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