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Chalk Art Cards & Organic Valentine’s Day Treats with Annie’s!
February 9, 2015 in Favorite Things · Recipe Box · Seasonal · Winter · 14 Comments

DIY: Berry Special Valentine's Day Cards with @annieshomegrown organic fruit snacks!Organic Valentine’s Day treats from Annie’s Homegrown and these cute chalk art cards are a fun and healthy option for spreading the love! I appreciate them sponsoring this post and you for stopping by.

I can vividly remember making a Valentine’s Day box throughout grade school, crafting the afternoon away with glue stuck all over my hands, a sea of red and pink construction paper scattered across the floor, funky buttons, and hopeful thoughts that my crush Jamie would address a special little note to me. Always a slight romantic at heart, February 14th was much more important than any Halloween.

DIY: Berry Special Valentine's Day Cards with @annieshomegrown organic fruit snacks!Even now I enjoy creating cards for the special people in my life, usually homemade with love like these Chalk Art cards. When Annie’s Homegrown asked me to partner with them & spread the Valentine’s Day cheer, I spent an afternoon resting my brain and escaping with a little creativity. And I’ll admit, more than one pack of their adorable & organic Berry Patch fruit snacks disappeared while I made these cards….

Organic Fruits Snacks + a Berry Special Valentine's Day Card for kids!Many of my friends are moms and I’ve listened to them talk about the struggle to find gluten-free, nut-free options for their little ones to bring to school. And unlike when we were growing up, homemade treats aren’t allowed. These organic fruit snacks fit the bill, plus they have no high-fructose corn syrup and are Non-GMO certified.

And how cute are the little bunnies? I also added some Burt’s Bee lip balm, a fun non-candy idea for kids (and girlfriends!).

Spread the love with Annie's Organic Fruit SnacksSince doing some chalk art a few weeks ago at the Be Crafty Workshop (so much fun), I thought it would be fun to make cards that utilized the same type of feel. I found everything at Target, including the Annie’s Valentine’s Day Fruit Snacks (the regular berry pouches are available year-round in case you wanted to use them for a birthday party), a one-stop shopping win.

Have fun and Happy Valentine’s Day! xo

What You’ll Need for the Cards

Cut out a medium sized square from your pink card stock that will fit inside your white card stock, leaving about an inch of room on the sides. Write the name of who you are giving the Valentine’s Day Card too on the chalk art stickers, then place at the top of the card. Using tape, affix the fruit snacks and chapstick to the card in the places shown above. Write a berry special message in the blank space and decorate with stickers.

Valentines Day with Annies Homegrown and DIY Chalk Art Cards

#spon: Thanks to Annie’s for sponsoring this post. I’m required to disclose a relationship between my blog and Annie’s Homegrown. This could include them providing me with content, product, access or other forms of payment. All opinions are my own, and I love supporting company’s that I believe in.

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14 thoughts on “Chalk Art Cards & Organic Valentine’s Day Treats with Annie’s!

  1. Jennifer F.

    I love Annie’s bunny snacks! These are great valentine’s for kids and adults. This year, I visited a car dealership to get some work done. I was thrilled when I stocked bunny crackers and fruit snacks.

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  2. jules

    So cute!!! I have bought great chalk labels from KiDecals, too. They come in all shapes and sizes and it’s a woman-owned business, which I love to support! Thanks for sharing your inspiration for V-day!
    ~jules

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  3. Sarah @ SnixyKitchen

    OMGAWWWWWW!!!!! You are amazing. I just opened my mailbox and got the BIGGEST surprise. Thank you so much for sending me such a sweet treat! (It was gone in about 5 seconds or else I would have taken a picture haha).

    Reply

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