As soon as I think my girls are too old for Valentine’s Day they ask me to make something fun for their classmates like these Cupid’s Arrow Valentine Cards or my chocolate dipped pretzel treats.
Let me clarify, I am in no way taking credit for this idea as you can see I was completely inspired by a Pinterest pin from Janel at A Mom’s Take and if you like her arrow Valentine cards you can download her printable too.
Since I am participating in the January Craft Room De-Stash, my Valentine cards are done in non-traditional pastel colors to match my Target $1 spot pencils I picked up last Spring. I am trying to use what I already have on hand without purchasing more craft supplies.
Free Cupid’s Arrow Valentine Cards Printable & Supplies Needed
Click here to download the PDF for these—–> Printable Valentine Cards.
The printable layout is divided into thirds with 3 cards per 8 1/2 x 11 sheet of paper. I made each Valentine card with a different font just to give a variety and I printed them onto white card stock but glossy would be fun too.
The arrows are long enough to hold a standard sharpened pencil which can be attached with glue dots or washi tape.
My Printable Cupid’s Arrow Valentine Cards have also been shared with my friends at the Ta-Da Link Party , I am Pinnable Link Party and the Waste Not Wednesday Link Party .
These are the cutest Valentine’s Day cards EVER!!! I wish I had kids to make them for 🙂 Thank you for sharing at TaDa Thursday!!
These are really cute! I bet they were a big hit!
I love these, I wish I still had littles at home to make these for their school pals.
Adorable and do not look home-made! Very impressed.
So cute!!! I love this idea to bits! A sweet handmade gift that will be a hit I’m sure!
Thank you for hosting! 🙂
These cards are jus adorable Denise – I love the arrow idea
Denise, I love these! They are so cute! I will share this post with my friends with littles at home!
I’M GOING TO TRY THESE FOR THE GRANDS, THE ALMOST GRANDS, AND MY SUNDAY SCHOOL KIDS. THANX!
Great. Let me know how they like them.
I’m going to make these for the residents at the nursing home where I work. So Cute!
That’s so sweet of you. I am sure they will love getting a Valentine’s Day card.
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