Every year we have to put together Valentines Day Class Valentines for the kids to give out to their class.
And ever year, my boys come home with the cutest cards from the classmates while we handed out the cardboard boxed kind.
This year is going to be different, darn it!
In an effort to find adorable Valentines that will make it look like you are a crafty goddess (because you are, right?) while putting in the minimal amount of time, I’ve pulled together more than 60 really cute FREE printable cards you can make yourself at home.
My son wasn’t too excited about my style when I was putting together my daughter’s pink and red girly Valentines last week. I decided that my cute little boy needed some “tough” Valentines for his class.
These simple printable valentine cards are the perfect solution for busy parents wanting a fun, easy valentine for kids to hand out to friends at school. With a heart center with a pencil “arrow” tucked through, this is one valentine goody that will be put to good use! Let me show you how easily these come together.
You can then print these onto white or colored card stock. From there you simply cut out felt heart eye patches and then stitch across the paper, write a cute piratey saying such as "you're gRRReat!" and the front of the card is complete.
If you would like to go a candy-free route for Valentine’s Day goodies this year, today’s idea for printable valentine bookmarks is one you are sure to love. Armed with this free printable sheet of bookmarks and a bit of kicky ribbon, in just a few minute’s time, you’ll have whipped up a classroom’s worth of valentines that are sure to be put to good use!
I wanted to attach bubbles to the printable for both of my kids' valentines but, Zack thought those were “a little bit babyish” for him. So, we decided to use the same theme but give his friends bubble gum instead of bubbles.
Valentine’s Day is coming up and you need some fun Valentines for school for the kids-these monster valentines are not only adorable, they are very easy for you to put together too! All you’ve got to do is print the cards out and add a piece of candy or small toy and you’re all set!