Caroline Foss | Sep 19, 2017 | 0
Non‐Candy Printable Valentines Day Card Perfect For The Classroom: “You Make Me Really Slappy!”
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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Pin for reference:
you make me really slappy!
Kids love slap bracelets (and we love how they bring us back to the awesomeness that was the 90s), so the whole classroom will be slap‐happy (sorry, couldn’t resist) when they get one in their Valentine’s card.
We are a little obsessed with this card because the slap bracelet actually threads through it and makes for a really creative presentation.
The slap bracelets themselves are pretty inexpensive – we got this value pack of 50 for just $12.99 – that will cover 2 classrooms worth of kids and end up cheaper than buying 3–4 packs of the drugstore variety (why do they always make them have 1 less valentine than you actually need?!)
OK, first you need to get your hands on the PDF file to print. Simply let us know where we should send it and it’ll be with you in a magic‐Internet‐minute.
The file will include all 3 of our kids’ No‐Candy Valentines Printables, 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.
Where should we send your Valentine Printable?
You’ll get the link to download instantly.
Alrighty, now you have your printable, go ahead and print it out on regular paper or some heavier card stock and then cut along the edges and interior lines.
Now before you make continue with the assembly, have your child sign their name on all the cards — that’ll make it easier for them as they can lay the card nice and flat without having to contend with the bracelet.
Next, you’ll want to cut along each diagonal dotted line. We used an Exacto knife against a ruler for a nice straight line, but we also tested it with a regular utility knife which worked just as well.
Once you have your cuts, weave the slap bracelet in‐and‐out through the openings and you’re done!
How cool does that look?!
Haven’t quite made up your mind? Take a peek at our 2 other Printable No‐Candy Valentines: