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I made these valentine printables a few years ago for one of my Etsy shops.
Now that I am no longer selling them on that shop, I thought I would send them on to you!
These are SO easy to make with stuff you probably already have at home (you might need to pick up a new box of crayons), and they are perfect for boys and girls.
Here are some other things I love about them:
- They are CANDY-FREE!
- They are super cheap
- They are reusable! Download once and use for all your kids!!
- You can make them at home on your own printer
- Good for a wide variety of ages, I recommend 18 months – 10 years
If you need more candy free Valentine ideas, you’ve got to check out these adorable Racecar valentines I saw at Smart Party Ideas today! They are such a creative idea that would be a huge hit for elementary kids, and obviously much healthier than sweets.
HOW TO MAKE THE VALENTINES:
Here is how I like to make them, but you can customize them however you like!
I print the coloring pages, cut them out, and glue them on a cute cardstock backing.
Then, I punch holes on the top and tie on a little string.
Finally, I tape a crayon on top using super cute washi tape.
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Print the coloring pages, they already come formatted to print 2 to a page. Make sure the settings are set to print at “100%”.
Cut out the coloring pages using either scissors or a paper cutter. I prefer to use a paper cutter to get very straight lines, but scissors obviously work fine too!
Cut out a piece of colorful cardstock slightly larger than the coloring page, and glue the coloring page to it.
Use a hole punch (I use a heart shaped one) to punch two holes on top of the cardstock.
Tie a piece of string through the two holes, and tie a bow
Using Washi tape, tape a crayon to the front. (Alternatively, you can tie the crayon into the bow during step 6.)
And you’re done!
These valentines are going to be such a hit, and so unique! Let me know in the comments below how you used them!