Valentine’s Day Cards are so fun to give, and these adorable printable owl kids’ Valentine’s Day cards are no exception.
Do you remember giving out Valentine’s Day cards to all of your classmates when you were a kid? I sure do!
We didn’t have all of the fancy computer programs that are available today, in fact, the internet didn’t even exist!
If you didn’t want store-bought Valentine’s Day cards, you had to make them yourself, by hand. Needless to say, it was time-consuming!
Thank goodness for the talents of artists and bloggers who can make amazing printables, right? These owl kids’ Valentine’s Day cards are my new favorite!
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I am still learning to make my own printables, but wanted to share these with you since they are so stinking cute!
They were designed by my friend Jamie from Jamie Jorczak Design.
Kids’ Valentines Day Cards Supplies
- Color Printer – I love my HP all-in-one printer. It does a fabulous job, is wifi (no cord!), and can be used with the Hp Instant Ink program.
- White Heavy Cardstock – You want your cardstock to be sturdy, make sure it’s at least 90# weight.
- Whoo’s Crazy About You Printable Kids’ Valentine’s Day cards
- Craft Paper Trimmer – I have a Fiskars trimmer and it works really well!
- Single Hole Punch – This hole punch is just the right size!
- Crazy Straws – one for each card. I love this pack of sixty, they’re perfect for two classrooms.
Making Kids’ Valentines Day Cards
- First, download the printable card.
- Print as many copies as you need, one for each person, making sure you select print sizing at “Fit”, otherwise part of the cards will get cut off.
- Once you have printed as many pages as you need, you will use your paper trimmer to cut out all of the individual cards. You can always use scissors if you want to, but I prefer a trimmer because it gives you a nice clean, straight line.
- After you have all of your cards cut out, you’ll need to punch two holes in each of them. I found that punching the holes diagonally and as far apart as possible worked best.
- Have your kids sign their Valentine’s Day cards before inserting the straws; it will be easier.
- Last, help your kids thread a straw through each of the cards and you’re all set!