My kids are getting excited to exchange Valentine’s Day cards with their friends, and I think that it’s so much funner to come up with unique homemade ideas and get a little creative. My kids love the process and it’s so much easier and less pricey to do it this way.
I have created three free printables that are perfect for both boys and girls. I chose some different colored cardstock to print on to color them up a bit.
I love this one, “You’re a Great Catch!” Target had these little baggies with twist ties in their dollar bins. I put some Goldfish crackers in the bags, punched a couple of holes in the card, and threaded it through and twisted it up. So quick and aren’t they cute!? Click here to print this one, or on the image below. You’ll get 9 to a sheet of 8.5″x11″ paper.
This one is cute to pair with a lollipop. I just punched a hole in the top corner and tied a ribbon around the lollipop. Another quickie! Click here to print this card, or on the image below. This one also prints 9 to a sheet.
This one was my kids’ favorite! You can buy a multi-pack of gum or maybe throw a handful of individually wrapped pieces of gum in a baggie. I put one of these in a baggie and just taped the card to the outside of the other one. Either works! Click here to print “I Chew’s You” cards or on the image below.
Happy Valentine’s Day!