Kids Valentine’s Day Cards

Every year I ask the kids what they want on their Valentine’s Day cards and this year Annabel picked “Frozen” (no shocker there) and Daniel picked “something with cars.” I did a quick search on Pinterest and found the cutest options! The two I picked were from sellers on Etsy.com. It’s a fun and easy way to get original Valentine’s Day cards. All it takes is some white card stock paper and a color printer at home. Then you order the PDF downloads for $3-$10 from one of the creative folks on Etsy.

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Annabel’s card came personalized with her name so she just had to fill in the names of all her class friends. Pinterest also gave us the idea to attach a “Frozen” blue rock candy stick as a treat. I found pre-wrapped sticks on Amazon.com and attached them to the card with red and white baker’s string from the craft store.

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Daniel’s card left space to attach a toy car. We went to the Dollar Store and found toy car three-packs. It cost $8 for all the treats. I bought 3D glue dots from the craft store to attach the cars. I put each one in a small clear bag and closed with a piece of red raffia ribbon.

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They are both so excited for their Valentine’s Day school parties! Did you buy or make your kids Valentine’s Day cards this year? Comment below!

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