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Kids' Printable Valentines!

Alicia F.

Looking for a quick and easy DIY class Valentine’s Day card idea? We’ve got you covered with these A-DOH-ABLE printable Valentines! They are so simple to make, and all you need is card stock, glue or scissors, and 1 oz containers of Play-Doh like this party pack from Target:

Play-Doh Party Bag - 15pc

Play-Doh Party Bag - 15pc

4.9 (804)

MSRP: $6.59

UPC: 630509346226 View barcode

$5.97Walmart · New

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1. Print

Below you can download the FREE PRINTABLE CARDS. These will print with 4 on each page. You will want to print on a heavier weight paper, like card stock.

2. Cut

Cut out each card, and have your child sign their name.

3. Attach Play-Doh

You have 2 options to attach the Play-Doh. You can trace a circle around the bottom of the play-doh container in the center of the heart and cut it out to insert the container. Or, in the spirit of keeping things simple, you can glue the Play-Doh container to the center of the heart. We used hot glue for ours, but glue dots will work too if your kids want to help.

What other fun DIY Valentine ideas have you done? We’d love to hear about them! Let us know in the comments below!

How to download: Right click the button below and select “Save Linked File as…”

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Alicia F.

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