Printable Pop It Valentines Day Cards
Making Valentine’s Day cards at home with your kids can be fun and memorable but, let’s be real, it can also be time-consuming and sometimes turn out to be a bigger task than you bargained for. So in an effort to save time, you drag your kids to Target to grab a pack of cards while feeling like you should have put in a little more effort.
Is there a middle ground? Enter these awesome (if I do say so myself) and unique printable Valentine’s day cards. If you’re a mom you probably already know that Pop Its have taken the world, and probably your house, by storm! They’re the newest phase of fidget toys and if your kids are like mine, they’ve accumulated quite the collection! These fun fidgets are so popular that your kids will love them on their Valentine’s Day cards!
These are so easy and will still be fun for the kids, like a mini craft! You’ll receive a printable pdf file that can be printed on either regular paper or white card stock. I suggest a sturdier card stock so they don’t bend too easily and get damaged before they make it to their recipients.
One of the best parts about these Valentine’s Day cards is the different designs to choose from. Your kids will have fun deciding which of their friends gets which design. These print either four or eight to a page, depending on how much space your little ones need for cutting between the cards, which is a fun way to make these cards interactive for any age level.
Plus, as my Valentine’s Day gift to you for being a OMM reader, I’m offering a 20% discount using the code OMMREADER at checkout!
Valentine’s Day Gift Tag
If you need Valentine tags, you can also use these by choosing one and just punching a hole in one of the top corners. Add these as gift tags to little gifts like a key chain, glow sticks, or blow pops. This valentine idea is a great way to keep cost down. You can find some gifts in the valentine collection at the Dollar Store to go along with the tags.
These printable valentines are for personal use, and may not be resold.
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Hi, I’m Jessica! I am wife to Chris, and mom to Kaiper, Alana and Koa. I am a graphic designer, website developer and aspiring author. In this space, I share about everything from parenting, working from home, food we cook, and lots of things for kids! Learn more about me here.