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Free Children’s Valentine’s Day Printables


1.I Only Have Eyes for You 2.Tiny Animal Valentines 3.You A”Maze” Me 4.Pirate Valentines 5.Yoda Best Valentine

We’ve got a week until Valentine’s Day. With my son in Kindergarten we’ve got our first official party that he’s got to bring cards for. I’m still debating whether to print one of the many pretty options on line or just grab a pack at the store. But while I think it over I thought I’d share a few of the fun printables available on the internet. Here are just five but you can see more on my Pinterest site.

Do you have a personal favorite?  Do you give the traditional candy or do you try to give some healthier or non food all together?  Please share in the comments!  I’ll take all the ideas I can get from more seasoned parents.

Printable Valentines Round Up

Well, February has arrived.  Crazy, huh.  A little ground hog is deciding our weather fate today.  I don’t know about where you are, but yesterday I took my sick daughter for a lovely walk in our 70 degree weather.  It felt great to get outside since I’ve been cooped up for a couple days.  Thankfully, she seems to be almost back to normal.

With February, also comes Valentine’s Day.  The day can get pretty commercial but by making a gift for someone you can give something really personal and save a ton of money too.

I remember as a kid making those little mail boxes at school out of shoe boxes and covering them with hearts.  It was so exciting to see them get filled with lots of cards and candy from friends.  Probably 99% of them were store bought.  There’s nothing wrong with that.  There are some really great ones out there and pretty cheap too.  But, it can be sad sometimes to see that another kid is giving the same ones as you.  For those of you who already follow me on pinterest these may not be new to you, but for the rest of you, here are a bunch of really awesome valentines you can print out and make for your kiddos.  A lot of them are candy-less too which is always nice.  I can’t wait until my kids are in school so they can fill everyone else’s mail boxes with these beauties!

Hope you enjoy them.  Click on the pictures to get to the printable.  If you have any other favorites that aren’t on here, feel free to leave a link in the comments.

Also, don’t forget!  Today is the last day to enter my giveaway!  Click the link on the right side of my page to enter.