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Celebrating Valentine’s day with the children is something fairly new, although I do remember being as young as 8 or so and making cards for boys at school and I always made one for my Dad. In the last 5 or so years I have told my husband not to get me a card as it only ends up in the recycling bin (romance is dead). I don’t want a last minute card. This year I said I wanted a heartfelt note, well let’s see! We end up doing a dine in for two meal deal, attempt to get the kids in bed early and go from there.
Love hearts sweets have been around at least as long as I remember and were a firm favourite as a child. My children have followed suit and they love the love hearts. They have had a makeover of late and now include the growing language of emojis. We got a hamper of sweeties and some inspiration to get crafty by decorating the tins full of love hearts.
The sweetie tins make a good gift for a loved one, I imagine they’ll be popular with teens and tweens. For me, the sweets are good any time of year – I swiped the love hearts dips and hid them before the kids even saw them, they’re mine! We got a candy grabber for Christmas and I put a load of the love hearts in there, they are proving enough of a challenge for the kids.
They had a go at customising their tins with the metallic pens we got in the hamper, they loved personalising each tin, it meant no one could claim each other’s sweets!
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