Valentine Chair Backers

I have found a new {TRADITION} for the upcoming holiday and I am super excited about it!

Ta-da! Valentine chair backers!  I’m excited for Valentines morning when the girls wake up and see a  Valentines bag on the back of their chair with little goodies in it.  So far I’ve got Valentines socks and sunglasses (Macey favorite thing in the whole world) from the dollar spot at Target.  I’m thinking of maybe getting some Valentines t-shirts (if I can find some for super cheap, or make them) with hairbows and a box of chocolates, and a box of conversation hearts.  It wouldn’t be Valentines without conversation hearts.  I’ll have to hit up the dollar store and see what fun things I can find to put in their little bags.

The pattern from OurScoop is super easy to follow. 

Straps in the back to attach it to the chair.  I cheaped out and didn’t buy button covers for the back buttons – and ya know what, I think I like it better that way.

{CUTE} hearts liner.

I hope this will be a fun tradition that lasts until they move out of the house!

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29 Responses to Valentine Chair Backers

  1. Kirby Cook says:

    Macey’s going to love this! Do you remember how dad used to doorbell ditch our house and leave stuff from our “secret valentines?”

  2. Anndee says:

    Wow. I thought I was doing well with Valentine’s folders (the kids decorated yellow file folders) one year. I’m not sure boys would appreciate your adorable chair bags as much as your girls will. Very fun!

  3. Kim says:

    Just bought a sewing machine yesterday! I am not sure if this too much to start off with (I used to sew) but omg, I love these!!!

    hugs! Kim @ Party Frosting!

  4. Carlee says:

    Cute, I love your chairbackers!! I made some chairbackers as well, and hope it will be a fun tradition! You can see mine at Happy Crafting!

  5. kimberly says:

    found you on Tatertots and Jello- Love the idea. I have boys, but my middle son has been talking about Valentines day since early December (he is 5 and a true romantic) I think I may do a spin off this and make similar (less girly) bags to hang and encourage the family to leave nice notes or pictures for each other, to open on V-day

  6. Ali says:

    These are amazing!!! I would’ve died to have had one of these as a kid. So precious.

  7. Semalee says:

    Found you through Tater Tots and Jello and I’m thrilled to have found you 🙂 I love the idea of valentine chair backs… It’s not something I can do this year, but definitely an idea for the future! Thanks for sharing 🙂

    Semalee @ Nailing Jello to a Tree

  8. OH’ MY’ these are so precious. I adore them, I want some!!!! About 3 years ago i asked my MIL to make me chair packs for my kids, and they are darling same concept. They are all cupcake material with the kids initials on them. They hang from the chairs, and for different holidays I can fill them with goodies. I love your V-Day packs. Come link them up tonight. Hugs, Jen

  9. Katie says:

    They look great, I’ve seen something like this before…it might even have been the same one as it looked similar but I ended up making a much easier no sew version because my sewing skills are not as advanced as yours.

  10. Jenn says:

    These are just so cute! I’m sure the kids will love them – what a great tradition! Makes me really wish I could sew!

  11. Trinity says:

    What a great idea! I’m loving your new tradition. I HAVE to remember this for when I have kids….
    Also, it’s my first time to you blog and I don’t think it could be any cuter!

    I’m your newest follower!

  12. Clenece says:

    I love this idea!!! Just dont have the time to make them!! lol

  13. April says:

    These are so stinkin’ cute! I love the hearts inside….so sweet! I would love for you to link up to my Sew Crafty Party & Giveaway!

  14. Those are adorable! Thanks for linking to Get Your Craft On!

  15. Linda says:

    These are wonderful. Thanks so much for showing these darling bags.

  16. Miranda says:

    You must have been reading my mind because I’ve been wanting to buy some from Pottery Barn Kids for a while now, and those look just like them. Great job! Maybe I’ll get the chance to make some this weekend. Also, I’m your newest follower. Come be mine, too:)


  17. karley Terry says:

    Check Old Navy. I get Valentine shirts there every year and they are usually the $5 ones. This idea is super cute. I may try this or I may just do what I do best- buy them from you!!

  18. Amanda says:

    These are lovely, the lining fabric is so cute! Great job

  19. The chairbackers are really nice. The pattern is so cute. They are really great for Valentines.

  20. maleahbliss says:

    These are so cute!! I’d love for you to link this up to my linky party, Tute {Yourself} Tuesday!

  21. April says:

    Hi! I just wanted to let you know I featured you today on my blog stop by and grab a featured button if you like. And I hope you will link up again this weekend! ~April

  22. Hi! You were featured in our blog:

    can’t wait to see what you have for next week! ^^^)

  23. Wend_Maree says:

    Hi, This is such a lovely idea, I am going to make one for my daughter. She will love it!!
    I live in Sydney Australia.
    You blog is now in my favourites. Drop by and check my’s only new so it is growing day by day. Cheers.

  24. maleahbliss says:

    I just wanted to let you know that I featured you in this week’s Tute {Yourself} Tuesday Features!!! 🙂

    Come on by and pick up your featured button! 🙂

  25. Leah says:

    THESE ARE SO CUTE!!!!!!!!!!!! love!

  26. brandy says:

    These are so cute and you did a great job putting them together! I wish I had time to get these going for my kids this year, but I don’t think I’ll be able to. Bummer! I will definitely have to make some next year.


  27. Jan says:

    I love your adorable bags! I featured you at

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