Greetings from kidcandoodle! Hope you’re having a wonderful time, wherever you’re spending your summer vacation.
A lovely holiday tradition is sending postcards to loved ones from your trip. We’ve got a couple here for you to doodle and post. Print them out on heavier paper or glue a sheet of card stock onto the back of the printout and trim.
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For more doodle fun, check out our Doodle Bugs download here.
Drawing above by Harry, age 5. Just in case you want to post a card to us at kidcandoodle, please mail to Lana at 1A Kent House Road, London SE26 5LN, United Kingdom
Valentine’s Day Treat Box
Valentine’s Day is one of my favorite days. Maybe it’s a silly holiday, but when I was growing up in the US, I loved giving and getting the little love notes from my classmates. In Australia (where we moved to) and in England (where we currently reside), it’s not really celebrated in schools, so you can’t buy those mini packaged valentines at the store. As a result, my sons and I have made it a tradition to make our own. Here’s a few examples of valentines we’ve made in the past.
Above from left: Little Dude putting stickers on the lolly cards; fairy cookies in stitched envelopes.
This year we’re doodling these candy cubes, and you can too. Just download this treat box template, decorate, cut out, fold and fill with candy to give to your sweeties. I recommend printing it out on heavier paper stock so that the box is strong enough to hold the goodies.
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Need more ideas? Here’s 90 more here and 30 more here.
Hope you have a happy Valentine’s Day!
Please note that by downloading our Valentine’s Day treat box, you agree to our Terms and Conditions.