The official start of spring is less than a month away, which means we are giving you full permission to break out your spring decor! Swap those cozy textures and dark winter hues for bright, vibrant pieces that will make your space pop! You want the interior of your home to mimic the changing of the seasons outside…bring in light colors, breezy fabrics, and bold patterns. Target has everything you need to prep your home for spring at really affordable prices! See Target spring decor inspiration below.

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These earthy tones bring the outdoors inside. Muted green tones paired with bright whites and shining brass accents will give your space a “one with nature” vibe while still feeling quaint and coordinated.

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Nothing says “spring” quite like pale pink! This pretty shade, mixed with mauves and beiges, brings the bloom of a fresh spring flower to your interior. These soft hues feel feminine and delicate, yet also practical and versatile.

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Go for a bold look with blues and blacks sprinkled with a bit of gray and pops of pastel. This vibe is contemporary and cool, and will bring a bit of edge to any room!

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Ah, the days of classroom valentines and swapping sweet sentiments with your pals (and crushes!). Sharing love-filled cards and gifts in the classroom is a fun way for kids to celebrate Valentine’s Day, and who doesn’t like getting a Valentine’s Day card?! These goody bag ideas are filled with yummy treats and charming trinkets, and they make for great gifts in the classroom! See our Valentine’s Day goody bag inspiration below.

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If you’ve got a little one that you’re making classroom valentines for (Kristy did these for a class of kids ages 4-5), these snacks are a great idea! Grab these bags and fill them with crispy veggie hearts, sweetheart popcorn, organic lollipops, chocolate Cheerios, and Smarties heart candies.

These sports-themed valentines will score big with your little athlete! With a baseball, football, soccer, basketball, and tennis variation (with accompanying stress ball), these cards will be a hit for the whole classroom.

These dinosaur valentines are DINO-mite!! They come with dinosaur crayons and the back of the card has a fun dino picture for the kids to color!

How cute are these crazy straw valentines?? Sip on something sweet with these silly drink cards.

For an older group of kids (Kristy did these for kids ages 7 and 8), these giant lollipops filled with goodies are adorable! You can even add your own treats, like Nerds gummy clusters or organic lollipops.

You can also make boxes of goodies, filled with delicious snacks like mini chocolate chip cookies, red and pink swirled lollipops, and Valentine’s Day gummy bears! These watercolor paintbrush valentine cards also make a great addition.

Calling all LEGO lovers!! These building block valentines will have your littles filling hearts, not breaking them!

Diamond painting kits are all the rage, so why not give them out for Valentine’s Day?! These creative cards will bring a little sparkle to any classroom.

Ah, the days of classroom valentines and swapping sweet sentiments with your pals (and crushes!). Sharing love-filled cards and gifts in the classroom is a fun way for kids to celebrate Valentine’s Day, and who doesn’t like getting a Valentine’s Day card?! These goody bag ideas are filled with yummy treats and charming trinkets, and they make for great gifts in the classroom! See our Valentine’s Day goody bag inspiration below.

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If you’ve got a little one that you’re making classroom valentines for (Kristy did these for a class of kids ages 4-5), these snacks are a great idea! Grab these bags and fill them with crispy veggie hearts, sweetheart popcorn, organic lollipops, chocolate Cheerios, and Smarties heart candies.

These sports-themed valentines will score big with your little athlete! With a baseball, football, soccer, basketball, and tennis variation (with accompanying stress ball), these cards will be a hit for the whole classroom.

These dinosaur valentines are DINO-mite!! They come with dinosaur crayons and the back of the card has a fun dino picture for the kids to color!

How cute are these crazy straw valentines?? Sip on something sweet with these silly drink cards.

For an older group of kids (Kristy did these for kids ages 7 and 8), these giant lollipops filled with goodies are adorable! You can even add your own treats, like Nerds gummy clusters or organic lollipops.

You can also make boxes of goodies, filled with delicious snacks like mini chocolate chip cookies, red and pink swirled lollipops, and Valentine’s Day gummy bears! These watercolor paintbrush valentine cards also make a great addition.

Calling all LEGO lovers!! These building block valentines will have your littles filling hearts, not breaking them!

Diamond painting kits are all the rage, so why not give them out for Valentine’s Day?! These creative cards will bring a little sparkle to any classroom.

Ah, the days of classroom valentines and swapping sweet sentiments with your pals (and crushes!). Sharing love-filled cards and gifts in the classroom is a fun way for kids to celebrate Valentine’s Day, and who doesn’t like getting a Valentine’s Day card?! These goody bag ideas are filled with yummy treats and charming trinkets, and they make for great gifts in the classroom! See our Valentine’s Day goody bag inspiration below.

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If you’ve got a little one that you’re making classroom valentines for (Kristy did these for a class of kids ages 4-5), these snacks are a great idea! Grab these bags and fill them with crispy veggie hearts, sweetheart popcorn, organic lollipops, chocolate Cheerios, and Smarties heart candies.

These sports-themed valentines will score big with your little athlete! With a baseball, football, soccer, basketball, and tennis variation (with accompanying stress ball), these cards will be a hit for the whole classroom.

These dinosaur valentines are DINO-mite!! They come with dinosaur crayons and the back of the card has a fun dino picture for the kids to color!

How cute are these crazy straw valentines?? Sip on something sweet with these silly drink cards.

For an older group of kids (Kristy did these for kids ages 7 and 8), these giant lollipops filled with goodies are adorable! You can even add your own treats, like Nerds gummy clusters or organic lollipops.

You can also make boxes of goodies, filled with delicious snacks like mini chocolate chip cookies, red and pink swirled lollipops, and Valentine’s Day gummy bears! These watercolor paintbrush valentine cards also make a great addition.

Calling all LEGO lovers!! These building block valentines will have your littles filling hearts, not breaking them!

Diamond painting kits are all the rage, so why not give them out for Valentine’s Day?! These creative cards will bring a little sparkle to any classroom.

Cupid is polishing his bow and sharpening his arrows and getting ready to spread some love! We’re getting in on the fun with our own Valentine’s Day cheer – these DIY goody bags are a great alternative to plain old Valentine’s Day cards in your kiddo’s classroom, but they’re also perfect for sharing a little love around the office or your neighborhood. See our Valentine’s Day goody bag ideas below.

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Grab all of your supplies and get the assembly line ready! We’ve got major heart eyes for all of this pink and red love-inspired goodness.

We love some perfectly portioned mini snack packs for snack time or a mid-afternoon pick-me-up. Pretzels, animal crackers, cheese puffs, or fruit snacks are all great options!

How cool are these monster truck Valentine’s cards?! These are perfect for your little racing fan.

These heart-tastic cellophane bags make it easy to wrap all your goodies up and will make handing them out on Valentine’s Day effortless!

Here’s another fun idea! Put all of your treats in a to-go cup (complete with stickers and stamps) and finish off with a pencil in place of straw. So cute for the classroom!

And if you’re bringing your goody bags to the classroom, don’t forget about teacher!! These chocolate truffles in an apple-shaped box are a sweet Valentine’s Day treat for the head of the classroom.

Voila! And there you have it. A little bit of love all wrapped up in a pretty package, ready for wherever you’re planning to spread smiles and warm hearts.

Cupid is polishing his bow and sharpening his arrows and getting ready to spread some love! We’re getting in on the fun with our own Valentine’s Day cheer – these DIY goody bags are a great alternative to plain old Valentine’s Day cards in your kiddo’s classroom, but they’re also perfect for sharing a little love around the office or your neighborhood. See our Valentine’s Day goody bag ideas below.

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Grab all of your supplies and get the assembly line ready! We’ve got major heart eyes for all of this pink and red love-inspired goodness.

We love some perfectly portioned mini snack packs for snack time or a mid-afternoon pick-me-up. Pretzels, animal crackers, cheese puffs, or fruit snacks are all great options!

How cool are these monster truck Valentine’s cards?! These are perfect for your little racing fan.

These heart-tastic cellophane bags make it easy to wrap all your goodies up and will make handing them out on Valentine’s Day effortless!

Here’s another fun idea! Put all of your treats in a to-go cup (complete with stickers and stamps) and finish off with a pencil in place of straw. So cute for the classroom!

And if you’re bringing your goody bags to the classroom, don’t forget about teacher!! These chocolate truffles in an apple-shaped box are a sweet Valentine’s Day treat for the head of the classroom.

Voila! And there you have it. A little bit of love all wrapped up in a pretty package, ready for wherever you’re planning to spread smiles and warm hearts.

Christmas is almost here and if you’re celebrating in the classroom, the office, or around the neighborhood, having a fun treat to hand out will make you feel like Santa! These DIY holiday goody bags are perfect for spreading some festive cheer. See our holiday goody bag ideas below.

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Get all of your supplies set up and ready for filling! Grab cute Christmas bags and an assortment of holiday-themed snacks and fun toys to load them up!

We love these mini plaid stockings for bags! They are the perfect size for stuffing with sweet treats and handing out around town (or the classroom or office).

Who doesn’t love popcorn?! These gourmet popcorn cones come in four different delicious flavors and are the perfect portion for snacking.

Do you want to build a snowman?? These mini marshmallow packs are a fun snack for the kiddos.

The holiday fidget popper set also came with these adorable tags! These are great for writing out names or a sentimental greeting!

Once your bags are all filled, pop the tags on and get ready to hand them out! Whether they’re going to the classroom, the office, or neighbors and friends, everyone will love these sweet holiday treats!

Christmas is almost here and if you’re celebrating in the classroom, the office, or around the neighborhood, having a fun treat to hand out will make you feel like Santa! These DIY holiday goody bags are perfect for spreading some festive cheer. See our holiday goody bag ideas below.

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Get all of your supplies set up and ready for filling! Grab cute Christmas bags and an assortment of holiday-themed snacks and fun toys to load them up!

We love these mini plaid stockings for bags! They are the perfect size for stuffing with sweet treats and handing out around town (or the classroom or office).

Who doesn’t love popcorn?! These gourmet popcorn cones come in four different delicious flavors and are the perfect portion for snacking.

Do you want to build a snowman?? These mini marshmallow packs are a fun snack for the kiddos.

The holiday fidget popper set also came with these adorable tags! These are great for writing out names or a sentimental greeting!

Once your bags are all filled, pop the tags on and get ready to hand them out! Whether they’re going to the classroom, the office, or neighbors and friends, everyone will love these sweet holiday treats!

Trick or treat!! Halloween is right around the corner and we’re counting down the days until we can stuff our faces with candy guilt-free. Well, maybe not guilt-free, but we can certainly justify it. These DIY Halloween goody bags are perfect for your kiddo’s classroom or handing out to the neighborhood kids…just make sure you keep a couple for yourself! See our Halloween goody bag ideas below.

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Line up your bags and get ready to get stuffing! These paper bags have all different Halloween-themed patterns and are perfect for fitting all of your goodies.

An assortment of candy, snacks, and toys will keep everyone happy! For food, KitKats, Ring Pops, Fun Dip, a mix of chocolates, mini cookies, and pretzels are all great options. Then add stamps, slap bracelets, light-up rings, and fun erasers (or check out these party favors) and you’ve got yourself the perfect goody bag.

Once your bags are all filled, seal them up and get ready to hand them out! Whether they’re heading to the classroom for the Halloween parade or to the front porch for trick-or-treating, these goody bags will be the talk of the town!

And for a little neighborhood fun, these Boo Buckets help get everyone in on the action!! These are a cute gift you can leave for your neighbors to let them know they’ve been “booed”!!

Grab a pumpkin bucket (here’s orange and teal) and fill it with more of your Halloween goodies, then print out one of our free “Booed” printables and pay your neighbors a little visit – ring the bell or knock and get ready to DASH FOR IT!!

Trick or treat!! Halloween is right around the corner and we’re counting down the days until we can stuff our faces with candy guilt-free. Well, maybe not guilt-free, but we can certainly justify it. These DIY Halloween goody bags are perfect for your kiddo’s classroom or handing out to the neighborhood kids…just make sure you keep a couple for yourself! See our Halloween goody bag ideas below.

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Line up your bags and get ready to get stuffing! These paper bags have all different Halloween-themed patterns and are perfect for fitting all of your goodies.

An assortment of candy, snacks, and toys will keep everyone happy! For food, KitKats, Ring Pops, Fun Dip, a mix of chocolates, mini cookies, and pretzels are all great options. Then add stamps, slap bracelets, light-up rings, and fun erasers (or check out these party favors) and you’ve got yourself the perfect goody bag.

Once your bags are all filled, seal them up and get ready to hand them out! Whether they’re heading to the classroom for the Halloween parade or to the front porch for trick-or-treating, these goody bags will be the talk of the town!

And for a little neighborhood fun, these Boo Buckets help get everyone in on the action!! These are a cute gift you can leave for your neighbors to let them know they’ve been “booed”!!

Grab a pumpkin bucket (here’s orange and teal) and fill it with more of your Halloween goodies, then print out one of our free “Booed” printables and pay your neighbors a little visit – ring the bell or knock and get ready to DASH FOR IT!!