Whether you like to make your own class Valentine’s or order them ready to go, we’ve got you covered! Earlier this week, we shared 3 easy ideas for kid’s Valentine’s Day cards. They all included an idea for a small non candy treat. They also all come with a free printable you can download to make your own Valentines. Here’s one we shared:
Click here, to see all three and download the printables. If you’re looking for a printable card to go with candy, check out last year’s “bear-y sweet” card that goes with gummy bears! I made the Valentine trail mix above for a small Valentine’s Day play date I had, but needed something a little easier for Maggie and Alex’s classes. Combined there are 42 kids and teachers – that’s a lot of Valentines!
I found the cutest classroom Valentine’s Day cards at Minted. They are small, can be personalized and you can even order them in fun shapes. They start at $14 for 15 cards and they’ve had some great coupon codes lately, to make the price even lower.
The girls sat down with me and picked out what they’d like to pass out to their classmates this Valentine’s Day. Maggie loves cats and kittens, so this Valentine was “puurfect” for her:
Alex loves mac & cheese. It’s her favorite meal, and goes bonkers every time I saw that’s what we’re having or if we are at a restaurant that serves it. She cracked up when she saw that Minted had a “Mac and Cheese” Valentine. She thought it was even better when we changed the background color from white to pink:
What I like about the Minted classroom Valentines, is that even though they are easy and pre made, there are still lots of fun choices to make them personal. It’s also a huge plus that you can add the child’s name right on it!
Here are the cute Minted Valentine’s Day cards Julie’s boys picked out:
There are other fun options like foil press and adding your child’s picture onto the card. Here are a few more of their fun classroom Valentines:
We were not compensated for this post. We were given credit to try out some Valentine’s. As always, all opinions are our own.