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DIY Valentines Cards For Kids To Make

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Free Printable DIY Valentines Cards For Kids To Make


Free Printable DIY Valentines Cards For Kids To Make

When I was teaching, Valentines Day was my absolute favorite holiday. The decorations, themed activities, yummy goodies, and cute cards; I loved it all! Mostly, I loved making home-made cards for the kids and watching how excited they’d get passing out their own cards to each other. Often, I’d even see kids bring in home-made cards and they were always so unique and clever.


For those who are looking to ditch the store-bought cards this year, I’ve got two cute Valentines cards just for you! Both designs can be easily printed from home and can be spruced up by using specialty or colored paper. Enjoy the free printables!



Love Bug Card:

Click the image above to download the LOVE bug card PDF. After you print, cut out the jar printable, attach a bug (purchase yours here) with double sided tape (or any other tape) and have your child personalize with his/her name on the bottom line.


Balloon Card:

Click the image above to download the Balloon card PDF. After you print, cut around the border (I used a paper cutter to get a straight cut). Using double sided tape, have your child attach a balloon over the balloon illustration and then personalize with his/her name on the bottom line.

Download Tips: All of my free downloads are for personal use only. They are Adobe PDF’s. If for some reason you have trouble downloading the file, it may be helpful to update your Adobe software. You can do that right here.


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About Priscilla

Hi! My name is Priscilla and I a proud mommy and wife. I was born and raised in California and moved to the Midwest to attend the University of Michigan where I studied Elementary Education. After graduation, I accepted a teaching position in my current town of Ann Arbor, MI where I taught kindergarten and first grade. After having Caleb, I decided to leave teaching to stay home with him and I never looked back. Now, I spend my days doing what I love best: writing and photography for this blog and watching my little one grow.

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