Hello, dear readers and welcome back to my video for Valentines day. Today, I have two tips for making valentines pop with ease. The first comes from my friend, Miss Nelly. In her video, she shares how she makes these wonderful valentines with ease. The second tip comes from a little known brand of DIY valentines. These DIY valentines are really easy to make and they look great.
Today I am going to show you how to make valentines that are more than just a simple pop for your partner’s wedding. I have been having these mini valentines for years and they are always a hit with my fiancé. My boyfriend likes his valentines, but I like mine a little more.
This is the best time of the year for lovers because you are going to get the most bang for your buck. While that may seem like a great reason to buy a few bottles to put in the fridge, we are here to tell you that you can save money by buying these pops in bulk which is a way to make money while still doing something fun and nice for yourself.
A few months ago we were at the same store for a sale and saw a bag of these mini pop cans for $1.99. Not only did they last longer in our fridge, but they also helped us save money. You can also use them in other places where you would normally use bottles, like your makeup bag, or even as a toothpick. Just make sure they are in good condition and don’t leave them out in the sun.
We bought a bag at the sale (2.99) and made a few other fun and unique pop cans for ourselves. You can recycle these into other containers, like makeup bags, or even make them into toothpicks. If you do, please let us know how much you use them for.
Our friends at DIY-Diy asked us to make valentine class gift pop cans for their students. These pop cans are perfect for the Christmas season because they are so cute and a lot of fun to make. The only thing you have to do is to let your students know about the class gift and they will get one. They can use your DIY-Diy gift as a gift idea for their friends.
We have been asked a couple of times what we recommend for making your own valentine gifts and we will say, you need to be a bit creative. Your students will be so disappointed if you only serve them popcorn and crayons.
You can use your DIY-Diy gift as a gift idea for your students for a variety of different reasons. Some students find them the most creative way to give a valentine present to their friend. Not to mention, you could use some of your DIY-Diy gift for a student gift because they might not have any idea about gift giving.
For some reason, my students think that valentine gift pop cans are a very creative idea. They are especially impressed by their teacher because she is the only one that seems to have any interest in making them. The other two students think they are creative and they are just a bit jealous that she is the only one who knows how to do it.