For your little cherubs…

Less than a month until Valentine’s Day!

I know, most people consider it a “Hallmark” holiday. Frankly, I love it!

Really, what’s wrong with expressing a little love in this all too crazy world?

It doesn’t have to be romantic…random acts of kindness are good, heartfelt notes are wonderful, and of course, little reminders to our kids are fabulous.

I think the days of Valentine shoebox “mailboxes” are gone, at least at my son’s school, but that doesn’t mean they can’t be crafty.

Most pre-packaged cards come with candy (which isn’t allowed in many schools) or are printed on glossy paper so, therefore, not recycleable.

How can kids create heartfelt cards in an eco-friendly manner?

Our Eco-Valentine Kit of course!
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Includes everything you need to make 25 sustainable cards: 6 colorful pieces of Fair Trade grass & hemp paper, 6 sheets groundwood construction paper (white, pink, red) imprinted with decorative designs, 25 blank 4″ x 5″ banana paper cards, 1 Coccoina eco-friendly almond-based glue stick, 1 heart-shaped two-toned recycled crayon, and 1 recycled paper cigar-style box: 8″ x 5″ x 3″ (paper punch and scissors not included). $14.95, limited supply. Makes a great school party craft activity too!

Sweets banned from your kid’s school parties too? Our two-toned recycled heart crayons are a great “treat” from your heart. Made in the US by individuals with developmental disabilities, making a difference through art. Each crayon is as unique as the person who created it! $0.30
heart crayons

Daily Green Special: Spend $25 and receive a free plantable heart box with your order. Just write “be mine” in the checkout notes and we’ll add the free box to your order. Offer valid until tomorrow’s post. Happy Tuesday!

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