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Guess who completely forgot about the most lovey-dovey day of the year? That’s right, your dear old mom! But don’t you worry, I’m not going to let a little thing like forgetfulness ruin our Valentine’s Day fun.

We’ll just have to get creative and come up with something super special on the fly. Let’s see, what do moms and kids do best? Oh, I know! We’ll make some awesomely ugly Valentine’s Day cards and eat way too much chocolate.

Sound good? …maybe not πŸ™

I must admit I haven’t thought about it yet since i am knee deep into My Biggest Project ever. BUT…so happy that Jamie makes it easy for me. A quick print and you have a cute Valentines for the kids!

Wait what…?

Do parents give kids valentines gifts?

This is a personal choice and can vary from family to family. Some parents may opt for small tokens of affection such as candy or toys, while others might give bigger gifts such as a special outing or a piece of jewelry.

In the end, the gesture of giving a Valentine’s Day gift to a child is a way to show love and appreciation, and the gift itself is less important than the sentiment behind it.

I am not a fan of consumerism (as you know) so anything that cost nothing is a winner. So please welcome Jamie back with an adorable and creative FREE printable Valentines Day Card for you Kids.

“You wormed your way into my heart!”

If you’ve checked out C.R.A.F.T. lately, you know I heart cheesy Valentines! They’re so fun to think up, and I’m convinced you can turn anything/food item/tool (you get the point) into a clever little Valentine saying!

I love gummy worms, and decided to create a kid-friendly “You wormed your way into my heart!” Valentine, perfect for the classroom.

Printable Valentines Day Card

All you need is:

  • Gummy worms
  • Free printable {HERE}
  • Clear plastic bags (I found mine in the jewelry section for $1.00)
  • Stapler
  • Black pen
  • Scissors

Free Printable Valentines Day Card for kids

Instructions:

Print out the free printable found above and use a black sharpie to doodle on some worms.

I think it would be fun to let the kids to it too.

If you want to get extra fancy, you could even color in your worms!

printable valentine card

I filled each little bag with 2 gummi worms.

My bags were little. In retrospect, I think I would have spent the extra 50 cents and got the bigger bag size! Oh well!

Then, cut out each tag and staple the tag to the plastic bag full of worms. Voila. Easy peasy.

printable valentines cards for kids

Super easy, cheesy, yummy, and perfectly portioned for classroom Valentines! Happy (almost) heart Day!

free printable valentine

What should I write in my kids valentines day card?

This is going to be very personal and depends on the type of relationship you have with your kids. The type of ‘words’ or expressions you usually use, etc. The message you include can be as simple or as elaborate as you like.

Here are a few suggestions to get you started:

  1. Express your love: Start by telling your child how much you love them and how special they are to you.
  2. Share a memory: Recall a happy memory you share with your child and how grateful you are to have them in your life.
  3. Offer encouragement: Use the card as an opportunity to offer words of encouragement and support to your child. Let them know that you believe in them and are proud of their accomplishments.
  4. Be playful: If your child has a sense of humor, include a joke or a fun rhyme to bring a smile to their face.
  5. Be sincere: No matter what you choose to write, make sure your message is sincere and heartfelt. Children can often sense when a message is genuine, and they’ll appreciate the love and thought you put into their Valentine’s Day card.

10 Examples of Valentines Messages for Your Kids

  1. “Hey kiddo, just wanted to remind you how much I love and adore you. Happy V-Day!”
  2. “Happy Valentine’s Day to the coolest kid I know. You make every day better just by being you.”
  3. “To my mini-me, you’re the best thing that ever happened to me. Love you bunches today and always.”
  4. “Sending love and hugs to my favorite little human on this lovey-dovey holiday. Happy V-Day!”
  5. “Just wanted to let you know that you’re the best thing since sliced bread and I’m lucky to call you mine. Happy Valentine’s Day!”
  6. “Happy Valentine’s Day to the cutest, most amazing kid ever. Love you to the moon and back!”
  7. “You make my heart burst with love and pride every day. Happy Valentine’s Day, my little love bug.”
  8. “Happy V-Day to the coolest, funniest, and most loving kid around. Love you more than all the candy in the world.”
  9. “Sending love and hugs to my partner in crime. You’re the best and I love you, kiddo.”
  10. “Happy Valentine’s Day to the best kid a parent could ask for. You rock my world every day.”

 

Here are 100 + clever valentine day sayings from C.R.A.F.T.

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You’re like a fine wine, Valentine!” {+ 2 more free printable Valentines}

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I like you a whole lotto!” {free printable valentine}

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  1. I made these to put in our library’s staff mailboxes on V-Day. When I printed them, I made a second side to fold over the bag when I stapled it, and on the second side I added “Library Bookworms” with our library’s logo. Thanks for the great idea – I think they’ll really love it!

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