I remember as a child loving Valentine’s Day at school. We were to make & decorate our Valentine box at home then bring it in to be filled with sweet Valentine cards and notes from our classmates. The cards were nice but the best part was what came with them. Candy, small toys or little trinkets. It was like a mini Christmas!
Now that I’m a mom I get the same excitement. I like helping my girls make their Valentine Cards for their classmates. All four of my girls don’t want to have the same as their sister. Which is nice, but it means I have to really pull out my creativity!
More Super Fun Valentine Cards For Kids
Those are the ones we decided on but here are a few of our other favorites!
These printable Valentines, from C.R.A.F.T., are ‘beary’ adorable! Using a simple doily for extra fun these are sure to please.
Sip Sip Hooray!, these are so cute. I love that these plastic straw Valentine cards, from Bargain Briana can be used again and again.
If you have an ‘electric’ child, these light up Valentines from Left Brain Craft Brain are super!
These printable Valentine cards, from It’s Always Autumn, are so cute the kids will see stars! I love that they are an inexpensive option as well!
The pens used for these Valentine Cards, from I Can Teach My Child, are some of my girls’ favorites! These are perfect for the ‘write kind of friend’!
If you’re looking to go on a more healthy track with your Valentine cards, these Oranges from Mommy Snippets, are sure to be sweet and memorable!
Vroom Vroom! These speedy Valentine cards from Paper Trail Designs, will drive each kid to smiles.
Give the gift of creativity with these play dough Valentine cards from Random Thoughts Of A Super Mom.
These colorful Valentine cards are inexpensive and nice because they are homemade. And they can be used to create beautiful art!
Valentine’s Day is such a sweet and fun holiday. It is a day to share love to friends and family. As a Mom it can be a little stressful for me. I want to make sure that my kids have the perfect Valentine’s Day cards to give to their classmates. I have to remind myself that it is about the kids, not being ‘perfect’. Instead, I enjoyed sitting down with my girls, creating Valentine’s Day cards with them. I hope these ideas help you have a fun experience too!