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How To Decorate A Valentine’s Day Kid’s Table

Mon, Feb 4, 2013 | 5-7, 8-11, Parents | By julia

Several days are left before Valentine’s Day. Although it is the holiday for adults mostly, children like it not less, and want to have a good time in this day. Our post will inspire you to organize a Valentine’s Day party at home. You can make adorable red chair backs where children can put their Valentines and amazing red and pink placemats in the shapes of hearts. The photos below will tell you how to make those wonderful decorations. When everything will be done, it’s time to call the children to the table. But that they will be even more surprised if you give them Valentines. They’ll show your love!

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