It is almost Valentine’s Day! I know that many of you stress this time of year about what your kiddos will hand out for their classroom party. Fear not.. I have a great idea for you and it will look like you slaved over them. Y’all know I’m all about cute and easy and that is exactly what you will find with these I Love You to Pieces Valentine Printable.
Aren’t they so cute?! Now let me show you all about how to make some of these little beauties for yourself!
For your supplies you will need: (may contain affiliate links)
Chiclets Tiny Size Gum or Small Candies
Hot Glue Gun & Glue Sticks
I ordered a few boxes of the Chiclets off of Amazon. They also have these by the register at Michaels if you are in a rush. The little heart containers I picked up in the wedding section at Party City, but you can find them on Amazon , as well. Each packet of gum will fill a single container. My girls loved filling up their hearts and I was glad to let them.
Print off the I Love You to Pieces Printable here onto a piece of white cardstock . Cut out the individual cards and have your child sign their name by the heart at the bottom. Dab a little hot glue onto the plastic heart and set it on top of the card. That is it! I told you it was easy! Your kids will look like rock stars, too!
If you are looking for more Free Printable Valentines check these out…
Adorable and fun Yo Yo Valentine Printable
You Light Up My World Free Printable Valentine …can you hear the music in your head now?
You Are Golden Free Printable (this is a great one for teachers)!
Decorating for Valentine’s Day? You can find ideas, inspiration, and complete tutorials on some adorable projects in our Valentine’s Day Gallery. From simple classroom treat ideas to beautiful home decor items, we have you covered for Valentine’s Day. Head on over and check them all out!
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