1. Valentines Day #3 Fortune Teller

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    I’m always looking for ways to tell my kids I love them. I’m conscious that they hear a lot of “No,” “Stop,” and “Don’t,” so I like to take the opportunity to let them know just how lovely they are and why.

    One idea for this valentines is to make a paper fortune teller with love notes for each of my children, which I leave on the table waiting for them at breakfast in the morning of valentines day.

    Do you remember making origami paper fortune tellers as a kid? I remember making them but couldn’t remember how so I looked it up online. They’re super easy. Click here to watch a video guide to creating them.

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    Materials Needed

    • Patterned paper
    • Solid color construction paper
    • Pen
    • Glue

    Instructions

    I used patterned paper and cut out letters spelling “love” for the top section. For the inside, I made a love heart, a kiss, a hug, and a question mark.

    Instead of a fortune, I wrote a reason why I love them, such as, “I love that you love to run so much” or “I love how your face lights up when you smile.”

    I put those notes on heart shapes cut out of colored paper and stick them on the paper fortune tellers. The kids will love this as a game, and they’ll definitely love hearing good things about themselves!

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    1. daisyspartyideas posted this