Some fantabulous bloggers have gone together to do a Fantabulous Valentine’s Day Favorites Linky Party!
The hosts of this blog hop have their posts linked up to the beginning of the linky at the bottom of this post. You can link up your own Valentine’s Day posts below, and we will pin many of them to our Pintabulous Mom’s Valentine’s Day Favorites Pinterest Board.
I have had fun making a couple different Frozen printables. I have made Frozen Birthday invitations and Thank You printables and Frozen gift tags. Now it’s time to make Frozen Valentine Cards!
There are two ways you can use these printable Valentine cards:
- We used the small ones as a craft in making snowflake Valentine cards.
- If that is too time-consuming, print out the big ones, cut them out, address them, and you are done!
Some cards have To: and From: on them, and some don’t in case you would like to write it on the back of the card or attach candy that has the name on it or use them on a craft or on a decorated Valentine box. You could also fold the hearts in half, tape them together and write the T0: and From: on the back of the card for handing them out to others.
Here is how we made the craft:
- We took a plain piece of white printer paper that was 8 1/2″ x 11″ and folded up into a small rectangle. Then my daughter cut out little triangles and half circles just like you would do when you make a snowflake.
- We printed out on colored cardstock this printable:
- We placed the white paper from step #1 under the cardstock, we taped it along the edge, and my daughter cut out a white snowflake heart at the same time that she cut out the colored heart.
- Then she glued the snowflake heart on top of the colored heart.
- Then we printed out the small Frozen hearts. She cut out those hearts and glued them to the top of the snowflake heart.
So you can see how this is a little time consuming. You may not want to do it for 25 children, but it would be great for grandparents or a special friend; then you could use the bigger Frozen Valentines for everybody else.
Here are the printables that everybody can use! Just click on the picture to print it. I found my clipart here:
Click on the pictures below to print out the hearts on 8 1/2″ x 11″ piece of paper or cardstock.
You can see some free printable Valentine’s Day cards I made HERE.
- Here are some cheap Valentine crafts you can do with materials you probably already have!
- HERE and HERE are some yummy Valentine’s Day desserts!
You can go to the following blogs to see their Valentine’s Day posts and to link up your own posts:
Creative K Kids: Printable Frozen Valentine’s Day Cards
Gypsy Road: Melt Their Hearts with Handmade Gourmet Chocolates
My Life Abundant: Love You More
Tags Thoughts, Recipes & Reviews: Welcome Love ~ A Valentine’s Door Wreath
A Life in Balance: 12 Valentine Gifts for Kids at School
You can also follow our Pintabulous Moms’ Valentine’s Day Pinterest Board HERE to see all the posts that are linked up below plus some other great Christmas posts that we find!
Still want more? Head to our Pintabulous Mom’s Valentines Day Board!
We would love you to link up any Valentine’s Day post that you have. (They do not have to be craft/diy posts, but we would ask that it would be family friendly and related to Valentine’s Day.) This linky will stay open until February 14. We would love it if you would like to get our button to remember to come back or to put it on your party page, but it is not a requirement!