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    FREE Valentine’s Day Cards Kids Can Make

    FREE Valentine’s Day Cards Kids Can Make

    I found some of the cutest graphics and I wanted to offer my readers some FREE Valentine’s Day Cards Kids Can Make! I know that my boys enjoy cutting and gluing as well as decorating with glitter.  You can choose to make these cards as fancy or as simple as you like. Help me grow my blog by liking my Facebook page at: HappyAndBlessedHome. Or by Pinning this post on PINTEREST.  Thank you!

     

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    FREE Valentine’s Day Cards Kids Can Make

    This printable packet includes:
    12 Pre-Made Valentine’s Day Cards (print on card stock)
    12 Blank Valentine’s Day Cards you can decorate
    3 Pages of 44 Stickers (print on 8 1/2” x 11” label)
    4 Coloring Sheets for Kids (you can also add stickers)
    1 Valentine’s Day Puzzle for Kids (print on card stock)

    The twelve pre-made cards are the easiest.  Just print them out and voila’ – ready-made Valentines.  The blank cards have a border and you can color them with markers, glitter-glue, or embellish with whatever materials you like.  You can also add any of the 44 stickers included in the printable package – it is recommended that  you print these pages on an 8 1/2″ x 11″ shipping label.

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    In addition, I’ve included four coloring sheets – perfect as mailers for grandparents, aunts and uncles, or handouts to give to teachers or caretakers.

    And, if your child enjoys all the activities but needs a little extra, I’ve included a heart puzzle.  Want to keep them busy? Let your child cut out the puzzle, piece it back together, and glue it onto a piece of construction paper. This activity is great for developing fine motor skills, and enhancing their problem solving skills.

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    I think you’ll enjoy these printables with free Valentine’s Day cards kids can make.  It’s a fun activity for the whole family and can help you create cards that you can treasure for years to come. Happy Valentine’s Day {in advance} and thanks for being a Happy and Blessed Home reader.

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    Monica

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    36 Comments

    1. Monica,

      These are beautiful! I love the mustache one :) my kids will love these.

      Thank you!

      • My son loves mustaches so it’s his favorite too. So glad you’re enjoying the Valentine’s Day cards. :-)

    2. What a very beautiful cards they are. You help me a lot as I am very poor in arts. I am looking for things like this for kids to say love for someone else. Thank you very much.

      • You’re welcome Adelien. Enjoy!

    3. Thanks! I should have my first grader work on Valentines now while she’s off track so when she goes back to school in February, she’ll be done.

      • Shecki – sounds like a great idea, enjoy!

    4. thanks for sharing, pinning now!

    5. Thanks so much for sharing these Valentine card ideas. What a good idea to start early!!

      • Hopefully it allows enough time to send them off to family and friends who live long distance. Thank you for your encouraging comment!

    6. These are so stinkin’ cute!!!!

    7. These look great – and so much fun!! Thank you I hope my son will enjoy some!

    8. These are so cute! I love the mustache. My boys will have a lot of fun with this.

      • That’s awesome Kara – enjoy!

    9. Thank you so much for linking up to Good Tips Tuesday this week! These are so great! I needed some Valentine’s!

    10. I really like these and can’t wait to share the puzzle with my daughter.

      Thank you for stopping by the Thoughtful Spot Weekly Blog Hop this week. We hope to see you drop by our neck of the woods next week!

    11. Very cute! Thanks for sharing these. The mustache card is my favorite. :)

    12. ADORABLE! Love these! Thanks for linking up at Pinspiration Monday!

    13. Cute! My kids have been cutting out hearts like crazy. They are super excited for Valentine’s Day =)

      • Awesome AMy – sounds like great fun at your house!

    14. Love these Valentine cards! Pinned it! Thanks for sharing at Mom’s Library!

    15. What a great printable! Thanks for sharing with Afterschool!

    16. These are great!! Think I might use them with my kids!! Thanks for linking them up to our Valentine’s Party!

    17. Hi Monica! These Valentine’s are just so adorable! Thank you so much for joining us and sharing at Best of the Weekend! Hope you have a happy and wonderful week!

    18. I remember making my own valentines when I was a child. These are really cute. Thanks for sharing at the After School Link up.

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