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So my kids are big fans of the How to Train Your Dragon movies. And now that we have discovered the original Netflix series based off of the movies, I dare say they are obsessed. So I called Oldest into the office and we brainstormed some ideas for valentines day cards. This is what we came up with- what do you think?
I made two versions because in some cases its a lot easier to not have a “to” and just have your child sign all the valentines and hand them out to whomever. But there are both options for whatever rocks your boat 😉
Some ideas on what to do with these after you print them on cardstock (FYI I like to use white backgrounds when I plan on using my own printer, ya know, since ink cartridges cost an arm and a leg):
Your on fire valentine: Attach “hot tamales” with double sided tape (or any “hot” candy)
I hope this candy doesn’t leave you toothless: staple jawbreakers to the back
May our friendship last like a good hiccup: punch a hole with a hole puncher and slip a lollipop through it
Any other ideas out there? I’d love to hear if you guys have some creative ideas. 🙂
Use these to send with your kids for their classmates, for a valentines party, or just for your family 🙂 Happy v-day my friends.
Other Free Printable Valentine’s On the Blog:
- Fidget Popper Bracelet Valentines
- Ninja Valentines
- Lego Valentines
- Scratch Pad Valentines (my personal favorite)
- Slinky Valentines
- Army/Parachuter Valentines
- Teacher Valentines
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I showed these to my 15 year old. She loved them! So now you can even say they are teenager- approved! 😉
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Love these ideas and Valentines! My kids are very into Train Your Dragon these days. I’ll have to put these in their boxes next month. Thanks!
These are so adorable! I think I love all the cute Valentines more than my kids do. Thanks for sharing these!!
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Cute printables and ideas!! I those were the same candies I was thinking, it would be fun to put those friendship gummy bracelets with the friendship one ?❤️
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Oh I haven’t seen those kim- good idea!!
These are so cute! I love the candy recommendations you gave. Thanks for sharing. 🙂
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I love these so much! 🙂
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My 8-year-old loves these! Thank you
Oh I am so glad! Thanks so much for leaving a comment Charlene!
My 8 year old was really wanting HTTYD Valentine’s and yours are perfect. Thank you for sharing!
Yay I’m so glad to hear it. Thanks for letting me know.