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Slap Bracelet Valentine Cards

Posted by  ·  February 10, 2016  ·  Last Updated: February 10, 2016

We have been sharing so many cute Valentines from the best craft bloggers and today we have these slap bracelet valentine cards, so fun! These “Slappy Valentines” are to be awesome. It is a great to have a candy free Valentine that both girls and boys will love! Don’t miss all the  amazing printable 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.

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Slap Bracelet Valentine Cards

What is more fun than slap bracelets? This fun printable is a perfect non-candy valentine for school.

At Kids Activities Blog, we love anything where we can recycle old materials to make something cool and new — so we made our own slap bracelets for this project. But you could also buy a set of slap bracelets and attach them to the printable cards for an easy, last-minute valentine.

Slap Bracelet Printable Valentine Cards

Here’s what you need to make Slap Bracelet Valentine Cards:

Slap Bracelet Valentine Cards

Use your X-acto knife to cut two slits into the cards and insert the slap bracelet. Super easy and fun!

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The slap bracelets are the perfect size for little ones! My kiddo couldn’t wait to show them to his friends!

We have tons more ideas for kids valentines for school over on our blog. How cute are these planet printable valentines?


Kids Activities BlogArena Blake is the Managing Editor of Kids Activities Blog, where we are on a mission to reveal the kitchen junk drawer as a place of inspiration for kids’ art, crafts, games, and learning activities.

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  1. Judi Johnson
    Wednesday, February 10th, 2016
    For my grandchildren I like to make alot of little things and add cards to them. Your non-candy Valentine's cards have been used alot. I like this idea also but how do I down load the cards. Am I missing something?