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Personalized Valentine Cards – Free

Looking for some fun Valentines for your little cuties? We have some that you can personalize and print at home. You can either choose the black and white version and have your child color them in or you can personalize and print the color version. Either way they are super cute! Click here to personalize and print. You could attach a lollipop or fill these super cute treat bags and attach. And don’t forget our free Valentine tags, just click here to download and...

What’s New Wednesday

We’ve been busy here at Simon+Kabuki designing for next year. We are always a year or more ahead of the game. The licensing/manufacturing route takes a really long time. After we submit designs we usually don’t hear back for several months. If a design or collection is chosen it can take an additional 6 months to a year to see any product. We must be very patient, not easy for us Silicon Valley girls where everything happens at the speed of light! Our corporate design business, E and I Design, gives us the instant gratification and payday that we crave but it is so much more rewarding to see something you’ve designed at a store that you shop at! Check out our latest greeting card designs for next Valentine’s Day and Easter. Hope they make it into a store near...

friday favorites: last minute valentine ideas for kids

I usually look at Valentines Day in this way: Besides it being a slightly cringe-worthy holiday, you know that each one of your kids have at least 30 classmates that they need to honor in the form of a small folded Valentine and how the heck am I going to fit this in my schedule? Well, in order to properly spread the love, I try to pick the weekend before Valentines Day to tackle this. My daughter usually wants to hand-make hers. My son being the younger one and not so picky one usually wants to join in. I decided not to panic because I found these easy ideas you can make with your kids from Martha Stewart. These adorable Heart Lollipops would be a sure hit with their classmates. Simple, yet creative. Or if you find you don’t have as much time, these Folding Heart Cards are great. You can insert little candies or stickers in the envelopes. Or grab your stamps and construction paper and do a simplified version of Martha’s Hearts and Blocks and have the kids make up their own patterns. My favorite find was from this great shop on Etsy called scenerie. If you are like me and run out of time for “The Great Valentine Making Extravaganza 2011”, these adorable printable Animal Finger Puppet Cards are a fun idea that is sure to make any kid happy. I know they make me happy 🙂 If you have any Valentines Day card making ideas or successful attempts please share! We love comments!...