Thinking back to Valentine’s Day celebrations in class when I was a kid, I remember getting loads of cards each year. But what I remember the most is receiving cards with candy attached to them. That was the best!
I always try to make my daughter’s school Valentine’s cards extra special with some sort of treat – lollipops, snack size bags of M&Ms, Valentine’s Muddy Buddies, etc., but what I’m not a huge fan of are the generic Valentine’s cards that everyone buys from Target or Walmart. Sure, they’re cute, but we end up getting 10 of the same cards by the end of the holiday.
Last year we ordered our Valentine’s Day cards from check it out here.
This year I decided to use one of my favorite photos of my daughter from our Grand Cayman vacation in November for her school cards. I originally had the hole-punched card (shown below) in my cart and intended on placing a lollipop through hole, but decided to go with a rectangular scalloped card with hearts, instead. My daughter loves the rainbow colored hearts, so it was an easy decision for her.
I chose to leave the backs of our cards blank so my daughter can write cute little notes on the back. She is learning how to read and spell right now and loves to write notes to everyone.
Jenna H says
Just might send these out to the family this year. I've never done that before so it would be a nice surprise.
thanks, my kids were just asking when it will be time to make/buy cards
Those look really cute! They are a little pricey though. Thanks for sharing your honest opinion. kristiedonelson(at)gmail(dot)com Thank you. Happy January!
Lauryn Rescoe says
These are adorable print out Valentines! 🙂 Thank you so much for sharing these!
Deanna Watson says
These designs are so cute. I don't know which one I like the best. I love the tic tac toe fun on the back.
Lauryn Rescoe says
These are so cute, I love them all! I love print out Valentine's, it makes things easier for me! 🙂 Thanks for sharing!
Becky VanGinkel says
What a bunch of super cute ideas!!! Our oldest is 13, and to old for Valentines, so he says, but our girls are 6 and 3 and are really into it!!! I can't wait to show them the 'I dig you' shovels:)
These are so cute. My Granddaughter really likes them.