My boys are ages seven and nine and their Valentine’s Day game is still going strong (thank goodness because I love it)! If you like doing homemade valentines with your kiddos then you’ve come to the right place. I’ve written a lot of valentine blog posts in the past so here’s a few links for your reference. We’ve done a baseball theme, a ruler, a pencil card, a cereal box, and a cookie valentine. This year’s sucker valentine turned out super cute so I’m excited to share the step-by-step instructions and free printable with you today!
Last summer we were all singing the Jonas Brothers song “I’m a Sucker for You” in the car and it occurred to me that the lyric would make an adorable valentine card. The boys instantly loved the idea, even though Valentine’s Day was still nine months away (hahaha)! Fast forward to now and I created my own printable that I’m sharing with you for free. Here’s how you do it.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE SUCKER VALENTINE
Gather the materials and print this file (there are four valentines per page):
Cut out the valentines and punch two holes in each of them
Have your child sign the cards and insert the suckers thru the holes
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This sucker valentine is so easy and fun and I’m sure your kiddos will love it too. Hope you have an awesome Valentine’s Day! Thanks for reading and sharing my posts.