Super Cute Crafty Printable Valentines

    Posted by  ·  January 28, 2016

    Today we are featuring these cute crafty printable Valentines. Kids love crafts and will enjoy receiving glue, scissors or other useful items. These You are the SODA the best Valentines are perfect for classroom valentines.  Don’t miss these amazing Valentines.  I have teamed up with some of the most creative bloggers to share the cutest Valentines imaginable. Each day you will be amazed with their cleverness! You will want to stop by and see these fabulous ideas.

    Welcome Mollie,
    Kawaii Crafty Valentines

    This is Mollie from Wild Olive, and I’ve got some fun and cute printable Valentines for you! These cards are my take on the boxed Valentine’s I used as a kid. I’m a big fan of cute things with sweet faces and I also love crafts and puns, so it seems natural to put those things together, right?

    These are quick and easy to print and trim, and they’re super cute just on their own. Or…you can add a some craft supplies to make them into a mini gift!

    Crafty Valentine Gifts

    Package up the cards with the craft supply that matches in a clear treat bag and tie it with string. And although these are great cards for kids, they’re also good for grown-up friends who love to craft! I know that I have more than a few friends who would love a nice spool of thread, a mini skein of yarn or some adorable scissors from the Target Dollar Spot!

    Download the crafty Valentine’s Day cards PDF here: Printable Crafty Valentines

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    For more Valentine’s Day DIYs, printables and patterns, come visit me at Wild Olive or find me on Instagram!

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    Mollie Johanson has loved creating and crafting cute things for as long as she can remember. She is the author of Stitch Love: Sweet Creatures Big & Small, published by Lark, and has contributed to numerous sewing and embroidery books and magazines. In addition to writing her own blog, Wild Olive, she contributes to other blogs and is the embroidery expert for


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