2023 Author: Anita Thornton | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-05-22 03:30
February 14th is coming up and you feel bad that you haven't done anything yet to celebrate with the kids? Choose from these 10 last-minute Valentine's Day ideas.
A heart-shaped cake
Don't have a heart-shaped pan? It's not serious! To make the perfect heart-shaped cake, you need a square pan, a round pan, and your favorite cake recipe.
Hearts full of heads
Here is a hairstyle made for Valentine's Day: heart-shaped lulus. This hairstyle only takes five minutes, two rubber bands and flat clips. Add small red or pink ribbons for an even more successful effect!
Heart of melon, heart of pineapple
Fruit skewers take seconds to make and are a real treat for kids. If you also have heart-shaped cookie cutters and prepare these skewers on Valentine's Day, you will be crowned mom of the year!
Heart shaped eggs
To add a little love to his lunch or to decorate the salad for dinner, a heart-shaped egg is sure to make a big impression with your child on Valentine's Day. It's easy to do, just follow this tutorial.
Cut out cardboard hearts, stick on some sparkles if you have them and stick them on a headband you already have for an instant festive look.
Homemade Pop Tarts
Using store-bought pie crust, these sweet snacks only take minutes to make.
Roll your dough.
Cut out an even number of rectangles of equal size.
Cut out hearts from rectangles to serve as top layers using strawberry slices as a template.
Coat your other rectangles with Nutella and jam, leaving 2 cm on each side.
Assemble your Pop Tarts by sticking them with a little egg white and using a fork.
Place the strawberry slice in the heart.
Sprinkle with granulated sugar.
- Bake at 350°F for 12-14 minutes.
These pretty hearts take a little longer to make, but you probably already have all the materials on hand. So you can do it the day before, even when all thestores are closed. Just sharpen some wax crayons and melt your shavings between two sheets of wax paper. To do this, use an iron on low heat and two sheets of plain paper that will protect your surface and the wax paper.
If you don't have time, any lovingly drawn hearts hanging from the ceiling will do.
Put all the drinks of the day in these pretty recycled bottles on which you will have stuck hearts. Even the water will taste better in it!
If you bought heart-shaped cookies (or if you have time to make them), drill a hole in them to slip Cupid's arrow into them. Cupid is less and less popular and his arrow will allow you to talk about it, in addition to making this glass of milk a drink of great luxury.
A few pieces of white chocolate, strawberries and small heart-shaped candies are all you need to make this gorgeous Valentine's Day treat.