A MOM was already loving the Valentines she had created for her child’s class party.
Her clever cards were also extra tasty.
“If you have a young child in school who is going to be having a Valentine’s Day party, this DIY is for you,” said Maysie (@playmaysie).
She showed how to cut costs when making a cute card – it just took some creativity.
“These Valentines literally cost me pennies per card,” she said.
Maysie showed how she designed the cards with a popcorn print background and messaging saying ‘you make my heart pop’ in Canva on her computer.
The mom even took her originality a step further by incorporating a box of popcorn from Costco.
After printing out her designs at Walgreens as four-by-sixes, she used a glue gun to attach the cards to the popcorn packs.
She was still in disbelief over her DIY cards that also doubled as a tasty treat.
“So easy, so cheap and just so cute,” she said.
Her fans seemed to agree.
“Cute idea!” said one follower.
“Thank you,” she replied.
According to the National Retail Federation, Americans are expected to spend over $25.8 billion this Valentine’s Day.
This comes out to an average of $185.81 per person as shown in the annual survey conducted by NRF as well as Proper Insights & Analytics.
The staggering amount includes cards and gifts spent on lovers, friends, and even pets.
She used a large box of popcorn to add a tasty element to the cards[/caption]
Maysie was able to easily attach each card to a pack of popcorn[/caption]
She was already loving her cheap and easy cards[/caption]