Treat the young gal in your life to a fun gift with the help of this sweet printable. Whether you choose to include lip gloss, nail polish, candy or colorful baubles, your teen is sure to love her new beauty picks. Download the printable on Tatertots & Jello.
Go candy-free this year with these fun Valentine’s Day fortuneteller printables. A classic schoolyard game, this colorful mini fortuneteller will undoubtedly create a fun afternoon of play for your little ones (sans sugar high). Check out Design Mom for the free printable.
Add a colorful touch to your love’s Valentine’s Day gifts by including these cool DIY present tags. With personalized messages for all of your nearest and dearest, these tags make a perfect accent to any heartfelt present. Download the printable on Hello, Good Gravy!
A fun idea for little ones who love all things ladybug, this DIY printable is quick and easy — only requiring some glue, black tissue paper and brads to assemble the moveable wings. Get started by checking out the tutorial and downloading the printable on Skip to My Lou.
Another fun idea for candy-less valentines, these color-by-number V-Day cards are sure to keep creative classmates busy (and unconcerned over one less piece of candy!). See Rust & Sunshine for the free printables.
Give your kidlets a giggle this year with some tasty DIY “love potion.” Assembled with a mini water bottle, festive straw and a single serving of cherry Kool-Aid, these clever valentines are bound to impress both big and small. Get the full scoop on Tatertots & Jello.
Go 3-D this Valentine’s Day with this fab idea for making pixilated pop-up cards. Complete with bright colors, homemade confetti and a homemade envelope to boot, this sweet homemade card is perfect for those who prefer to keep it nice and simple. Download the printables now on Mini-eco.
Get ready to pucker up this Valentine’s Day with a sweet wax-lip card. A classic treat that provides plenty of entertainment, this V-Day surprise is both quick and easy, only requiring mini bags, wax lips and card stock. Download the printable now on Oh Happy Day.
Treat your mini valentines to a fun afternoon party game with these cool, handmade bingo cards. With three designs available on the site, the game includes 13 unique cards so that everyone can join in on the fun. Check out the printable now on Makoodle.
Mom Haley shares this fun all-in-one idea for a valentine and toy combo card. Including cool little finger light toys, cheap plastic bags and DIY goody bag toppers, these valentines only ended up costing $.25 a piece — not bad! Check out the free topper now on Haley’s Daily Blog.
Perfect for the preschoolers in your life, these nifty Play-Doh cards are surefire crowd pleasers. To get started, simply purchase small packages of the colorful play dough and card stock for the printed valentines. Check out The Nerd’s Wife for the free printable and additional tips.
Arrrrrr you ready for a fantastic Valentine’s Day? Give the mini swashbucklers in your life a Valentine’s Day treat to remember with these adorable DIY pirate patch valentines. See Prudent Baby for the full scoop on getting started.
Another nifty idea for opting out of candy valentines, these fun treat bags include what we’d consider to be the next best thing — cold, hard cash! Also accommodating candy money if you’d prefer to go that route, these cards are an easy-peasy pick with only printing, cutting and gluing required. Download the free printable on The Mother Huddle.
Simple, sweet and straight to the point, this printable Valentine’s Day card will hit Cupid’s mark when it comes to matters of the heart. To get started on your own, you’ll only need card stock, heart chocolates and glue dots for securing your sweet arrow tips. See Lisa Storms’ full post for the free printable and additional tips.
Make it absolutely game-azing this Valentine’s Day with the help of this creative, candy-less card idea. Made with inexpensive maze toys from the party store, card stock, double-sided tape and glue dots, these cards offer varied backgrounds for all of the unique personalities in your child’s classroom. Check out Bliss Bloom Blog for the full scoop and free card download.