It’s that time again! Valentine’s Day is around the corner, and today I’m sharing some of my favorite ideas with a Valentine’s Day printables round-up round-up .
Soda Shoppe Valentines and Bottle Wraps
Valentine’s Day is so much fun. From the chocolates, the hearts, and giving of fun little gifts, it’s a bright spot in the middle of winter.
Of course, you could easily go and buy your Valentines to give, but these easy DIY Valentine crafts make it so much easier to do.
Even if you are not a crafty mom, you are sure to find the right Valentine printable for you here. Simply choose one or two, (or three!), print them out, and add candy. Viola! Easy Valentine exchange for the kids at a class party.
Make a few for your neighbors, too! These Valentine’s Day crafts are going to be so much fun, you’ll want to make them every year.
I soda love these. Ahem. Sorry. But I am totally digging the vintage soda shoppe theme that I created this year. Great to use with candy Wax Bottles, Bottle Caps or gummy soda bottles. Find the original post and download here.
I created a slightly less…sweet variation of the soda theme for my big kid who thinks his classmates are “great.” Find the original post and download here.
Pink Lemonade Valentines
How cute are these?! I’m a big fan of pink lemonade themes, donchaknow.Find the original post and download here.
Because do we really need an excuse for s’mores? If you answered yes, look no further than Valentine’s Peeps and heart-shaped marshmallows. You’re welcome. Find the original post and download here.
Candy Necklace Valentine
One of my most pinned and downloaded printables ever! I designed these for EClaire’s princess party a few years ago, and adapted them again for Valentine’s to be more inclusive of boys in her class. Just print these out, cut two slits, add the candy bracelet and sign the back. Find the original post and download here!
Be Minecraft Valentine
Dub is obsessed with Minecraft! So, I created this “Be Mine (craft)” printable to wrap a box of Conversation Hearts for an inexpensive Valentine. Just seal with a glue stick and sign the back. Find the orignal post and download here.
Last year EClaire had so much fun putting these Kool Valentines together! Simply download the printable here and affix to the back of Kool-Aid packets with a heart sticker. I digitally added her name, but you can sign yours for a more personalized touch.
Candy Buttons Valentine
I absolutely loved the candy button favors I made for EClaire’s princess party this summer, so I recreated them for some homemade and very inexpensive Valentines. The kids think this is such a novelty that it’s always a hit! Find the full instructions here.
Be sure to tell us which one is YOUR favorite and pin this for later, too!
15 thoughts on “Sweet Valentine’s Day Printables Round-Up”
We love the princess candy necklace Valentines!! They are super cute and original, something not already seen all over Pinterest. Good job!
Thank you so much! I appreciate the great feedback.
I love your printables. My daughter is sold on the candy bracelet Valentines. I easily got in to the link last week and was able to print, however my printer was out of ink. I have tried the last couple days and the link doesn’t appear to work. Is there another way I can get your beautiful Valentines? Thanks!
Hi Jill, thank you so much for your great feedback, and for letting me know you’re having issues with the download. I am trying something new – when you visit the original post here: https://fivemarigolds.com/2015/01/08/candy-necklace-valentines-printable/ there should be a box that says “Download for Free!” and an option to like my Facebook page or tweet about the printable. When you do either of those things, does the printable link work for you? If not, please e-mail me at fivemarigolds at gmaildotcom to tell me about what is happening, and I’ll e-mail the pdf to you 🙂
Great roundup. Thanks for sharing with us at the Thursday Favourite Things blog hop link party. Watch for your feature at the next party!
Absolutely love every single one of these! You do a lovely job 🙂
We absolutely love these printable. My younger daughter love the princess necklaces and my older ones love the minecraft. Great job!!!
I’m so glad to hear it! Thanks for taking the time to tell me about it, Lindsay!
The heart shaped marshmallows are perfection!!
So many cute ideas here.. I just let me kids pick them out at the store! ha! #slackermom
These are so cute! I love creative handmade Valentines!
This is ADORABLE!! I’m loving all the fun Valentines ideas and crafts! The candy necklaces would be a hit with my nieces 🙂
These are all adorable! This will be my little ones first valentines where she gets to give out valentine cards and think we may be doing the candy necklace. Thanks for sharing!
Yay, so glad you like them Jessica!
I love the Koo-laid one. Very creative. I love how you have printables. AWESOME SAUCE!!!!