DIY Printable Valentines

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Not into store-bought Valentines? Check out our collection of easy, printable Valentine cards.

Printable Valentines

Next week I’m taking the kids to our homeschool group’s Valentine park day. They get to swap candies and cards with a mess of other kids which makes it a super fun day. Usually we print our own valentines.

Mainly because I don’t like to leave the house to go shopping. Ha!

But, printable valentines also offer an opportunity to make something fun. And my kids LOVE to craft.

If your kids are itching to make a fun valentine for their friends, check out some of these free printables. (Moms and Dads can make up these fun coupon books, too.)

You’re My KIND of Friend

These printable valentines are designed to wrap around KIND snack bars.

You’re a MARVEL Valentine Treat Bag

Superhero fans will appreciate these Marvel-themed bags of whatever treats you choose.

Free Printable Bookmarks for Valentine's Day

Animal Printable Bookmarks

These little bookmarks are boy or girl-friendly. You child can write a Valentine’s message on the back.

Origami Fish with Printable Valentine Card

Origami Fish Valentines

If your children like origami, this is a fun activity to make together. Make a school of fish and then adhere to these printable cards.

“Love Is An Open Door” Frozen-Themed Valentine Printable

Transform a box of Sweethearts into a Frozen-themed Valentine treat. The door opens to reveal a message.

What do you do for Valentine’s Day?

About Jessica Fisher

I believe you can get great meals on the table -- and still keep that pretty smile on your face.

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