A printable Valentine

photoHappy almost Valentine’s Day, friends!

Valentine’s Day is two days before Brady’s birthday, so its a special holiday for us. I made these cute “You make my days colorful” Valentines for Brady’s little four-kiddo class and LOVE how they turned out! Here’s a little printable for you in case you’d like to use them too! You can print them on an 8.5 x 11 piece of card stock and use crayons or mini Crayola markers (I found these in the dollar bin at Target not too long ago). I slipped gold elastic through the holes and tied bows to hold them on. Hooray! Enjoy!

xo,

Emily

Red Valentine Printable

or (in case the red is too much for your printer)

White Valentine Printable

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  1. These are SO cute! Love this idea Emily! I did a cute V-day idea for my little guy too (if you are interested). Love getting to relive Valentine’s as a kid again :)
    http://visualmeringue.blogspot.ca/2014/02/a-beary-good-valentine.html

  2. Em commented:

    So cute! Love these :)

  3. Beth commented:

    Can you explain how to add a name after “Love”? I clicked but there is no text box there.

  4. SO CUTE!!!! LOVE LOVE LOVE!!!

  5. Kayla commented:

    This idea is CUTE! My 3-year-old and I made his class heart-shaped crayons today and they would be adorable on these cards! Thanks for the idea :)

  6. Aria commented:

    These are adorable!! Such a great idea :)
    PS – I loveeee your blog. It speaks to my heart and I always look forward to your new blog posts! Thank you for creating such a wonderful site :)

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