You might remember my Valentine's day {part 1} post from a few weeks ago: Painting with Beet Juice

Today I'm using the same baggies/envelopes I had purchased from Paper Source but this time stuffing them with love notes and toys for my sons' preschool class. I figured instead of chocolate {we all know they will be getting enough of that} to put something else fun inside...


And this project gets the kids involved. It's really easy and inexpensive. No glues. No messy beet juice or paint or glitter.

I bought almost everything except for the baggies/envelopes at Target from the $1 section {some of the stickers I already had at home}; Including the stickers and the bouncy balls. See below for simple step by step instructions. 


You can stuff the baggies with stickers if you have extras. Kids love stickers. And instead of glitter inside, the stickers {individual with paper backs on them} make fun usable confetti.

If you want to add candy or chocolate, you can do that as well. It's totally up to you.

And either way, it was a very fun way to spend a rainy afternoon!