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I love love. I love Valentine’s Day. But not because I’m a romatic, or David’s super romantic, but because I love Holidays in general. Any excuse to print out some cute printable, coloring page, or whip up a fun little gift for the kids is just my favorite. Holidays are so much more fun when you’re a parent (and a heck of a lot more stressful if I’m being completely honest). I love making cute things for the kids and for their classes. This year, I knew I wanted to make my own cards. I just needed the perfect little saying and item to include. I knew that I didn’t want to pass out candy so when I came across this 72 pack of sticky hands ($6.42) I knew what I had to do! Add to cart.
That’s enough for ALL THREE CLASSES! Do you know how awesome that is? To find one package that contains enough to pass out to three different classes? Even though Fin’s class isn’t participating. Apparently, that stops at 3rd grade. *insert sad face here*
If you’d like them, just click the picture and it should open a new tab for you. I printed em 4 to page
I knew that I’d need cardstock over regular printer paper, so I price checked Walmart & Amazon. I found it WAY cheaper on Amazon, but it was an add-on item. (Which wasn’t an issue for me since I had other things to order)
Found it here for $5.99.
You could even get some crafting scissors or a paper trimmer (this would’ve been nice to have) for cutting them out. I just let the kid use whatever scissors we had because it’s what we had.
You should also check out these Heart Shaped Animals from Personal Creations to give to friends and family. They’re super easy to make with young kids. Simply print out the shapes, cut and glue. There’s a color version for a quicker craft or a black and white version to let kids pick their own colors.
I printed out them all. The kids had fun making them. They made for the perfect sick day activity for Owen. I actually had to print out more for Fin & Maddie because Owen did them all.
Tiny Print’s has a few things to offer as well.
15 different Valentine’s Day coloring pages. I printed off the dinosaur one for Owen. After I read what it said to him, he said, “Oh! because it’s a triceratops, mom” and then he laughed.
Like these 5 DIY Valentine’s Day boxes.
An Owl, a unicorn, a monster, a rubik’s cube, and a panda.
And these Valentine’s Printables (pencil toppers, photo booth props, a fortune teller, a poem printable, and much more!
I’ve already printed the fortune teller for Fin because he’s obsessed with those things.