Celebrate all the colors of Valentine’s Day with these easy-to-make Rainbow Marshmallow Pops and Free Rainbow Valentine Printable.
I’m felling a bit sad. My youngest baby is 10-years old. She’s a 5th grader and this is her last year of elementary school. Gasp! OMG it’s my last year of elementary school. Eeek! All school year I have been kinda glum. Every milestone, I quietly tell myself, “This is the last school Halloween party.This is the last school Christmas party.” And now that it’s February. Yeah,this is the last school Valentine’s Day party.
Can you hear my heart breaking?
My sweet princess loves all holidays, especially Valentine’s Day. She’s so very different from my two boys. I think their distaste for Valentine’s day is in their chromosome. My husband seems to suffer from this, too. They just want the candy. What else is new.
Now I am not overly thrilled over this holiday, but I am all about loving my family. I have spent many a years finding the right store-bought valentine’s for kiddos. Then there were the few episodes that we felt adventurous and made homemade valentines. That’s 3 kids with about 30 kids in each class… You do the math. That’s a lot of work.
This year, my girl and I agreed to make some marshmallow pops for her classmates. Like most other girls, my Princess loves rainbows, and so we came up with these super cute Rainbow Valentine marshmallow pops and cards.
Print on card stock or photo paper then cut into cards. You will need an X-acto blade to cut the slits for the straws to slide through.
Attach these cards to rainbow sprinkled marshmallow pops or with:
- rainbow fruit roll-ups
- rainbow colored bracelets
- … and just about anything super colorful!