Thursday, January 13, 2011

Little Wishes

Hello... I'm up today over at Perfectly Precocious blog... Tessa sent me these Neapolitan Sweet Spots...
... and I immediately knew what I was going to do with them...
... you see every year on Valentine's Day I leave my girls several little Valentine's throughout the day.

I like to hide them in spots that I know they go to... sometimes little treats and gifts are tucked away with my notes.

It has become a fun tradition for us... every year as they get older my Valentine's Day hunt for these little wishes gets more and more sophisticated... eventually I foresee it maybe as a full fledge scavenger hunt?
What ever it is, or whatever it becomes... it is our tradition and I hope my girls will look forward to it every year as much as I do.

Just a way that a mama shares a little love with her girls on Valentine's Day. (ps... I also leave a few for hubby too:)
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For a tutorial on how to make the folded medallion, click HERE.

7 comments:

Renee said...

Oh, Windy, those medallions are so darling! I love them; oh, and I love the way you share them with your family! 'So precious!

Stella said...

Ohhh they are gorgeous and I love that family tradition. What a lovely idea!

PawwPadd said...

Hi Windy, My blog is back up and running with the men's cards! Today though, the post is a bit different. I'll put up another tonight on top of it. Now, those medallions are soooo very nice! I love the softness of them and untraditional color combo for Valentines! The tradition mentioned is wonderful also. I have a Valentines Day tradition I do with my youngest son and Hubby. I think they're an important part of a family bond. Great post and thanks for sharing! See Ya, Bethann
pawwpadd-caseyspitterpatterchatter.blogspot.com

bosenberries said...

Love what you did with them... the little cards are super sweet! Robin

erin said...

How sweet! How special and loved they must feel when they find these throughout the day!

Rose said...

just darling! Love this, Windy!

luvthatstampin said...

Lucky you for the gift, and you made good use of them.