Are you stuck on what to do for a preschool class Valentine’s Day party or Valentine’s Day cards for toddlers? These Printable Valentine’s Day Cards for squeezable pouches are the perfect solution!
Squeezable pouches valentines are a great option as candy-free choices while adding a special treat for kids. I have made it simple to print these Valentine’s Day cards, cut, and add to squeezable pouches to giveaway.
Printable Valentine’s Day Cards
- Open the PDF file of the Printable Valentine’s Day Cards.
- Print on heavier cardstock paper.
- Cut around each circle to cut out the squeezable pouches valentines.
- Write in the name that the printable Valentine’s Day cards are from.
- Punch out the small black hole at the top.
- Weave through a short string in the hole, just enough to hang from the neck of the squeezable pouch – about 2-3 inches.
- Tie the string around the neck of the squeezable pouch.
- Giveaway to friends and have fun!
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Valentine’s Day Cards for Toddlers Can Be Fun without Candy
I know as moms we all worry about too many sweets or our kids choking on too small of choices. That’s why I like using the squeezable pouches that you can easily find at any grocery store.
I know the squeezable pouches have had their bad reputations in the past, but I feel like these are better options to give away as treats for kids.
Don’t get me wrong. I’m not the perfect organic mom either. My kids have a kid’s meal at the local fast food place sometimes and I let them have popcorn and pizza every Friday night for movie night.
Still, I like to encourage my kids to share healthier choices with their friends. Valentine’s Day is the perfect opportunity for this.
I hope you enjoy these Printable Valentine’s Day Cards to attach to squeezable pouches. Creating these at home with your kids makes it even more fun. I have one tip for you before you go.
When writing in the name of your child, try using a thin-tipped marker. It makes it easier to see the name. Just ensure it doesn’t bleed through. I like to use Sharpie brand pens for this reason.
We homeschool but my kids love making these to take to their Sunday school class and friends in the neighborhood. Just because you homeschool doesn’t mean you can’t give away valentines!
The kids love to make Valentines Day crafts and these fit perfectly into our art time. No matter where your child gives these out, they are sure to bring a smile.
Have a great Valentine’s Day, everyone!
For more Valentine’s Day printables for “older children”, check out these Last Minute School Valentine’s Day Cards for Kids. They are a super cute option to give away.