Activity DesignerShauna Wightman
My kids can be picky eaters, so lunch usually looks the same every day: the good ol' PB&J. So to make lunchtime a bit more exciting, we decided to spice things up a tad by making heart-shaped sandwiches
What You'll Need
How We Did It
To make the sandwiches we used strawberry jelly to make them extra festive, but you can use whatever your kids like. We also used a cookie cutter so the kids could do the cutting, but you could cut the hearts out with a knife.
Have the kids cut the shapes out of the bread using the cookie cutters. We got two hearts per slice and then saved the scraps to feed the ducks at the pond near our house.
...then we stuck on a toothpick and another heart to top it. This made fun little toppers to stick in the sandwiches.