You might have already checked out my other post on seed packet Valentines. If you are looking for something that is similarly eco-conscious (no candy, landfill, microplastics, etc) but requires fewer supplies and less time, these cards might be the solution that you are looking for. You can print as many as you would like for personal use.
These cute, punny cards can be printed at home. Card stock will give you the best results though I encourage you to use recycled or reused paper. You might guess that my favourite ones are the bees.
If you find yourself inspired with a little bit of extra time, you could try stapling a card to a pack of seeds that you would like to share.
Scroll down to see all THREE designs: bees, sea creatures, and animals. You can click on each design to be taken directly to the item in my Etsy shop.
Valentine's Day is almost here! This year, my attention has been drawn more keenly toward eco-friendly practices. I didn't want to send my kids to hand out sugary, highly processed candy or soon-to-be-landfill. I took it upon myself to come up with another solution that would allow them to participate in sharing Valentine's Day cards with some kind of gift attached that was unique and environmentally conscious. So... I made my own! I created printable, instantly downloadable Valentines for them to share with their friends.
Here's how it works. Two Valentines are printed on one 6½ size envelope. The envelope is sealed and then cut in half. Each half is filled with seeds, then sealed with a sticker or other adhesive of choice. Easy peasy! The included printable sticker sheet has instructions for planting.
I love these Valentines because they're inexpensive, easy to make, not plastic, and not junk food. The best part is that they encourage kids to get out in the garden (too many benefits to list here!) and that it will help feed the bees!
Click the widget below to purchase my printable on Etsy. Happy Valentine's DAISY!
This website was created out of my love of gardening (I'm stating the obvious here) and creativity. I truly enjoy making and doing new things, and sharing that experience with others. Over the years, I have dabbled in graphic, web, and print design and I really enjoy the problem-solving nature of information technology. This has led me to creating modest shop of digital downloads that you can print at home. This is certainly not a full-time gig. I am making these items because I really enjoying creating things that will hopefully bring joy to others. In the meantime, if I am able to make a bit of seed money (pun intended!) this would certainly help me in my gardening endeavours.
Please check it out to see what I have to offer! I have a variety of printable wall art/decor, posters, greeting cards, and kids Valentine cards. I only opened last month, and I am hoping to expand my offering over the next several weeks as we approach gardening season.