Monday, February 4, 2013

Classroom Party Valentines - Free Printables


  Are your children excited about the upcoming Valentine's Day class party at school but still needs some ideas for classmates Valentines? We have a couple for you today.

While these can be given out to both boys and girls alike, you can also use the Pirates for the boys and the arrows for the girls in case that is an issue with your children.









We started things off with the Pirates. We made up some treat bags using glassine bags and attached the Pirate Valentine cards to the fronts of the bags and tied on a little red ribbon to the bag also.

If you would like a set of free Pirate Valentine cards, please click on the link provided below.




Pirate Valentine Card Printables:  Ziggity Zoom.com





Any little or big Pirate would be happy with a Valentine treat this this don't you think!


We love these vintage looking arrow Valentine cards. We found some pencils at Dollar Tree that are almost the exact match to the colors of the arrows!

We used a craft knife and cut two slits on the Valentine for the pencil as show below.


If you would like free arrow Valentine cards, please click on the link provided below.





                                 Arrow Valentine Card Printable: Sweet Muffin Suite.com















There is something for boys and girls with these classroom party Valentines.




So gather the children around for a fun time of Valentine card making!

“It is good for nothing,” cries the buyer;
But when he has gone his way, then he boasts.

Proverbs 20:14

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5 comments:

  1. super super cute. Both of them. Hugs, jen

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  2. Wow these bring back memories, I remember getting Valentines when I was in grade school.. Wish I still had little kids to make things like this for.. These are precious!
    Robyn

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  3. makes me wish my girls were still little so we could make Valentines!
    Thanks for linking up! I featured your Valentines in my wrap up post http://tidymom.net/2013/12-valentines-to-make/
    Happy Valentines Day!

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  4. These are super cute and creative! I bet the other kids in school would love to receive these as valentines. :)
    Jen

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