Blogger Valentine Card Exchange


Do you remember making and buying Valentine cards to pass out at school in elementary school? Wasn’t it the most exciting day ever when the teacher would pass out the white lunch bags to decorate and set up as a mailbox to collect cards in? I can’t even imagine how much more awesome it probably is now with all the creative ideas floating around on Pinterest and on blogs.

Emma from Harper and WillΒ and I partnered up to put together a fun blogger Valentine card exchange. Our mission was to create some homemade and creative Valentine cards with our children and then exchange them with some of our blogger friends who all have children around the same age.


Elin and I had a blast making heart shaped crayons and packaging them up with coloring books. Check out this post to see how we made our heart shaped crayons. I found the printable here.





We mailed off our cards all throughout the country and had fun seeing all the cards arrive for Elin. We waited until we had received all our cards and then Elin sat down opened up all her goodies. She was so excited at seeing all the beautiful cards.






After she had ample to time to admire her cards and play with them, I decided to hang the cards up so we can appreciate them more and use them as decoration. I love how our little garland turned out.






Check out everyone who participated in the exchange and see how they made their beautiful cards.


  1. These are so cute! I love the homemade crayons with coloring book idea! I might have to do this next year!

  2. Oh my gosh, how CUTE! Love your Valentines! I really need to be more on the ball next year. I totally didn’t come up with anything cute this year because of our move.

  3. What a fun idea! I also just noticed the Pottery Barn play kitchen in the background πŸ™‚ It is so cute!! Happy Valentine’s Day!!
    XO Kelly

  4. How sweet!! Love all the vday cards!

  5. The crayons came out so cute! Ez is obsessed with them πŸ™‚ And the packaging is adorable. I might have to steal your idea to hang up all the cards, such a cute way to add some Valentine decor to Ez’s play room.

  6. Love your display! Thank you SO SO SO much for organizing this and for including us in such a fun exchange! I hope my disorganization didn’t screw things up too bad – I still feel terrible. πŸ™‚ Loved the crayons! Thanks again!

  7. I looove that you hung them up as a garland, such a cute idea! Thanks so much for asking us to join in and hosting. It was a blast.

  8. Thank you so much for our Valentine’s! We had a great time participating.

    Thanks for all of your work in organizing this!

  9. Love the display, we did that last year, totally forgot to do it this year! We love our coloring pads and heart crayons, thank you!!

  10. Thank you so much for our Valentine! O was thrilled to see the ninja turtle coloring book and happily colored with the crayon while I cleaned up after lunch — thanks!!! πŸ™‚

  11. So cute!!

  12. I love your banner too! Great idea:) Thanks for the fun idea to have the exchange! I’m looking forward to co-hosting other exchanges in the future!!

  13. Thank you so much for hosting! I love the garland and Elin’s room! All of those colors are so calm and soothing! She is adorable. We had so much fun sending and receiving all the Valentines. You set the bar so high!! πŸ™‚

  14. Love seeing all of these vday exchange posts! But moreso I LOVE Elin’s pink kitchen. PBK?