printable valentine’s day cards for kids. print. stuff. give.

Get ready… Valentine’s Day is quickly approaching. If you have kids you have probably already thought, “Wait, how many kids are in the class?” I know. Brace yourself. The countdown is on.

I fully admit it. I am one of those moms who can’t pick the valentines off the shelf and my poor kids suffer for it. And, I am extra mean because I usually don’t put any candy  in their valentines {um, I’m pretty sure they will get plenty, or that’s what I tell myself}. So I usually try to come up with some creative valentine. This year {gliders}. The boys are pretty gosh darn excited, but probably only because I have promised them each  a glider of their own. Oh well, at least they have a little motivation.

I know what you’re thinking? Valentines already? Well, I am one of those girls who likes to get it done early with no need for stressing, arguing or last minute valentine stuffing. I like to call it, ‘done and done’. Fortunately, writing names is a little easier this year, so it felt like a breeze. Two preschoolers writing their name 24 times last year was seriously painful. Seriously painful.

For you, a {free} valentine printable that you can use to celebrate the month of love and check off your list. All you need is some gliders and you are set. Oh so easy.

Glider 2 with Label

{you will need}

scissors
stapler
thick paper
glider valentine template
gliders
{i bought mine at oriental trading here. super inexpensive and they ship fast. yay!}
{they also have red & pink heart printed gliders found here.}

Glider 3

{your task}

step 1. print the valentine template by clicking {here}.

step 2. cut the valentines out of the attached template.

step 3. have your kiddo write their name on the dotted line.

step 4. fold on the dotted {arrow} line.

step 5. slip over top of the individually wrapper glider bag and staple.

Glider 1

Not your ordinary valentine. And, an easy way to bring a little less candy and a little more smiles to those little ones this valentine season. Happy heart day to you and your family.

try. enjoy. share.

Letter J  XO

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10 Responses to printable valentine’s day cards for kids. print. stuff. give.

  1. Alissa January 28, 2014 at 9:37 am #

    I LOVE these! So easy!

  2. Brooke January 28, 2014 at 1:39 pm #

    I love this! I’m always trying to think of unique valentines, and this is adorbs. Thanks J!!

    • lulu & linen January 28, 2014 at 2:04 pm #

      Yeah! Glad you two likey! Super easy and a twist on valentines. Thanks, doll!

  3. Lisa Atkinson February 1, 2014 at 5:30 am #

    Just ordered my gliders! LOVE IT!

    • lulu & linen February 1, 2014 at 3:36 pm #

      Yeah! Seriously the easiest {and cutest} valentines ever!

  4. Trisha February 3, 2014 at 8:17 pm #

    Done and done! Thanks Jess! Love it.

  5. Alissa February 9, 2014 at 5:08 pm #

    Ok- one question. When I tried to print I seem to be missing a font because the “just” and “in to wish you a” portion is a black box- do you know what font is used there? 🙂

    • lulu & linen February 9, 2014 at 6:47 pm #

      So strange. It shouldn’t matter about fonts because it is in a PDF. Try it again. I will email you a copy too and see if it works better. Sorry, doll!

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