"Stuck on You" Magnet Valentine
February 4, 2014
GiftsValentine's DayKids DIY
As a mom of a little boy with allergies, Valentine's Day always gives me a touch of anxiety. Because card + candy = eeek. So this year, in lieu of a Valentine's Party, we're sharing a whole slew of allergy free, food free, treat free Valentine's. Perfect for your little ones and ideal for school gifting. Each one is totally smile inducing and totally steal-worthy and will be shared throughout the week!
Materials$2 Large glass gems (1 1/4")
$5.49 Magnets with adhesive backing
$4.86 Mod podge
$0.77 Foam brush 
$9.88 4 sets of 6 white boxes
$2.99 Baker’s twine
$3.99 Mixed paper crinkle shred
$4.93 White cardstock
White copy paper
Hole punch
Magnet templates
Stuck on you tags

Cost for 20 valentines (not including tools): $34.91
Cost per valentine: $1.75

step-1Download the magnet templates and print on white copy paper. Cut out each magnet along the gray lines.

step-2Brush a light coat of Mod Podge on the flat side of each glass gem. Press a magnet picture (face down) on each gem and let dry 30 minutes.

step-3Peel the adhesive backing off the magnets and press a magnet onto each glass gem.

step-4Fill each box halfway with crinkle paper and add 2 magnets. Place the lid on and wrap the box with baker’s twine.

step-5Download the “Stuck On You” tags and print on white cardstock. Cut out each tag along the gray lines and punch a hole in the tag. Tie a tag onto each box.