2014 Class Valentines

This year for Valentine's Day, both grandsons decided to give Olaf Valentines I found on Pinterest. You can find the original here - Frozen Olaf Valentine. But because the schools only allow store-bought pre-packaged food, my daughter and I got creative and decided to use packets of hot chocolate.

Elliott, the second-grader, also needed a decorated shoebox for the class Valentine exchange. He and I collaborated and came up with a pretty unique idea. The box was orange, so we just went with it, saying it plays off Olaf's nose. I think it turned out cute and a little more boyish than the traditional red, white, and pink boxes.

I used the free printable for the hot chocolate labels.
I found an Olaf image online, sized it to fit the top of the box,
and used a Martha Stewart snowflake corner punch. For the snowflakes on the sides
of the box, I used a Sizzix stamp and die set with my Cuttlebug.

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