Valentine’s day is so fun to give little tokens and gifts of love to friends and family. My son love’s to help me make easy handmade Valentines Day cards every year. I was thinking of a few ideas. Then I thought everybody loves the movie Frozen. If you have not seen or heard of it by now, you must be living under a rock. So I wanted to design easy handmade Valentines with a small tribute to the movie for both boys and girls. So I came up with “Let it Glow” and decorated with blue snowflakes. I can’t wait to show you my DisneySide soon with a Villiantines Party.
Easy Handmade Valentines: Let it Glow
Supplies needed for Let It Glow
Handmade Valentines Cards:
White Card Stock Paper & Color Printer
Glow sticks (have extras in case you break a few)
Directions on How to make Frozen Valentines
1. Download the Let it Glow printable and print on card stock for the number of children in the class. Next cut around the dotted line to cut out each handmade Valentine. I like the look with the dotted line, but you can cut the line off. Let your child write his/her name and their friends name at this point.
2. After the valentines are all cut out, punch a hole in the top center snowflake. Then punch a hole near the center of the bottom snowflake.
3. This is a little tricky. Carefully place the glow sticks through the holes without bending the glow stick. I broke a couple so be careful.
4. Place a piece of clear tape on each end of the glow stick to secure in place.
As we were putting these handmade Valentines together we could not stop singing the “Let it Go” song from the movie. These handmade valentines come with a singing warning and will provide lots of giggles. My son is so excited to give these easy handmade valentines to his friends this year. I love how simple and easy these were to put together. These easy handmade Valentines do not take up a lot of toner for your printer. I love this! Like me on Facebook for more Valentine’s Ideas and follow me on Pinterest for fun kids crafts.
Do you make your own handmade Valentine’s cards each year?