Looking for a super creative and fun Valentine card that your child can hand out in their school classroom?
Our series of Non-Candy Printable Valentines has you covered.
All of our designs are easy to print and assemble, and are so playful and unique that they’ll get plenty of high-fives from classmates (who will be so enamored that they won’t even realize there’s no sugar rush included).
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We don’t like to play favorites, but we have to admit, this may be our favorite printable Valentine of them all. We love how it can be customized to include any type of fun eraser that is suitable for your child’s age group and/or gender. Plus it’s something that kids get strangely excited about, and is actually useful – eraser for the win!
Just look at these “erase-sistable” little animal erasers we found (that are also puzzles!), or we think these Valentine’s heart-themed ones are pretty awesome too.
Alternatively, take a trip to your local dollar store and grab whatever ones your child gravitates towards…they know best what their friends will like, right?!
First, let us know where we should send your printable PDF. You’ll receive the file instantly to download that includes all 3 of our Printable No-Candy Valentines, and as a bonus you’ll also get access to our whole library of exclusive resources including our popular 10 Screen-Free Toys For Guaranteed Quiet Time, Printable Holiday/Birthday Coupon Book for Kids and 35 Food Subs & Swaps for Healthy Family Meals.
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OK, so now you’ve got your file – hurrah!
Print it out on regular paper or some heavier card stock and then cut along the edges and interior lines (if you think you’ll have use for it in the future, one of these easy-peasy paper trimmers will make your kiddo crafting projects from here on out a total breeze).
We punched holes using a simple hand-punch and found some colorful (and easy to manipulate) paper string to tie on each eraser (but simple kitchen twine would work just as well).
But if you want to keep it super simple (and a little easier for your younger kids to help assemble), then grab a roll of fun Washi Tape and simply tape over the eraser to secure it to the card.
Have your child sign their name and voila! Check super-awesome-Valentines-cards-with-no-sugar-rush-included off your list.
Haven’t quite made up your mind? Take a peek at our 2 other Printable No-Candy Valentines:
I’m a sucker for all these homemade Valentines. So cute.
This is adorable! I saw a kit like this in the dollar spot at target using dinosaur erasers, but my daughter didnt like them.. I never thought to just make them myself! Pinned!!
OMG this is so unique and it is a thoughtful way to do away with the sugar high!
Oh my goodness I love these so much! When I was a kid I loved when I got something that wasn’t just the Nerds and suckers. I am going to have to do this for my little man’s friends!
Okay I just LOVE all your non-candy valentine ideas! I’m torn between the eraser and the slap bracelet one!
Thank you soooooo much for these! Being a non-Martha Stewart type Mum , & like all mum’s rushed off my feet, these were a blessing when I saw them in my intro email. I showed my 9yo son who said “Yes!” and I think I gave an audible sigh of relief. Thank you for making my life, and many others lives, easier this Valentine’s Day. So glad I found your site & I look forward to reading through it.