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Monday, February 13, 2017

Happy Valentines Day!

I have to show you the fun Valentines activity I did with Alaina and Ruby when they spent the night, but first I have to give a shout out to my daughter Heather, who is the best Valentine I ever got.  Happy Birthday Heather!
Now for the fun I had with the girls!  I saw this cute idea of making little heart shaped pies, used pre-made pie crust and jam and thought it was perfect for us.

 Here they are - exited and all ready to start!



 Alaina loved rolling out the dough.



Ruby checking out the hearts.



 Getting a close look at them before they go into the oven.  We made some with clear sprinkles on top, others with red sprinkles.



Here's our finished product - a plate of little heart shaped pies!


We packed some up for the girls to take home and brought a few to a friend who had surgery.



 We also brought some to my Dad and step-mom.



And we made a stop at Bob's mom and step-dad to deliver a few. 

We had fun!  Hope you all have a fun day too!


"We love because He first loved us."
1 John 4:19

17 comments:

Mildred said...

What fun and precious photos. I know all the recipients enjoyed their treats! Happy Valentine's Day and Happy Birthday to Heather!

LL Cool Joe said...

Happy Valentine's day and Happy Birthday to Heather!

The heart shaped tarts look lovely and looked like they were well received by everyone!

Simply Linda said...

A very Happy Birthday to Heather and a Happy Valentines to you...smiles

Sally said...

Love the excitement of the girls making the valentine hearts. And, such a great idea. Happy Birthday to your Heather, and Happy Valentine's Day to you and Bob.

xoxo

junkismine.blogspot.com said...

Love it, and can see they did too! Happy Valentine's Day.

Jennifer Hays said...

So cute, Mari! You're such a wonderful grandma.

Ceil said...

Happy Valentines Day to you Mari! And what a lovely day to have a baby...happy birthday to your daughter :)
The pie idea is such a great one, I may have to steal it for my littles. How much jam did you put in the pies? It looks like you spread it on one of the dough peices and then covered it with another piece, right? It would be an easy and fun activity for my 5 and 3 year old granddaughters.
Have a wonderful day!
Ceil

Patsy said...

Three of the very best valentines anyone could have.
Daughter and grand baby's.
Happy Valentines Day to you.

Jenny said...

You're so natural, Mari, with the beautiful and generous gesture. I suspect it's your heart. Love you! xoxo

Doris said...

Baking with the Grands is a joy. Looks like everyone had a good time and the recipients were thrilled with the visit and goodies. Win win all around!

Saleslady371 said...

Very sweet project for these delightful granddaughters! My are they cuties. I like the lesson you modeled of homemade goodies to be given. Happy Valentine's Day!

Amy at love made my home said...

Happy Valentines!

Terri said...

What fun - I bet they tasted good too. I remember making little pies with leftover pie dough! I bet the girls loved it

Michelle said...

Those are two cuties and a great activity!

Jean said...

What a great project for little hands. I need to remember this. It's so special that these girls live near enough to their great grandparents to be able to deliver the treats to both of them on the same evening.

Laura said...

They were SO proud of their creations! And I'm know they loved visiting all their "Greats" too. :)

Carrie B. said...

What a sweet idea (literally!) ;) Such cutie pies!! xoxo And ps: happy belated to Heather!