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New Valentine’s Day Cards

Hi Friends!

Just thought you might like to see some Valentine’s Day Cards that I designed for Petite Lemon for Shutterfly. I always have the best time designing cards for them! Better get ‘em now! If you hurry you can get 10 free cards using code XOXOCARDS. Offer ends Feb. 2!

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Valentine’s Arrow Printable-boy version

At the request from some of my readers, I’ve decided to make a boy colored version of this arrow printable. The colors consist of orange, red and blue!

These super cute Valentine’s Day Printables are a cinch to make! Simply print, cut out and add a sparkly glitter pencil, pixie stick, glow stick, or in this case a striped paper straw. It’s that easy.

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Only 2 supplies are needed, paper and pencil. Hooray! I picked up my glitter pencils from the dollar section at Target, but I’m sure you can find them most anywhere. Glitter is hot right now!

If you are looking for the girl version, you can download the pdf here.

Directions: Download the boy version or the girl version. Print and cut them out using the lines on the edges as a guide. Make a 1-1.5 inch cut on each side of the text. Write the names you want and then add the pencil, pixie stick, glow stick or paper straw. Easy peas!

Day 4-Free Kids Valentine Card Printable

Day 4 of the free Valentine’s Day Downloads. This is a simple way to let your child’s friends know that you care. Simply print, cut out and add a sparkly glitter pencil. It’s that easy.

Only 2 supplies are needed, paper and pencil. Hooray! I picked up my glitter pencils from the dollar section at Target, but I’m sure you can find them most anywhere. Glitter is hot right now!

Directions: Download this pdf. Print it out and cut them using the lines on the edges as a guide. Make a 1.5 inch cut on each side of the text. I tried smaller cuts, but the pencils wouldn’t fit without tearing the paper. It has to be 1.5 inches!!! Write the names you want and then add the pencil. Easy peas!

 

If you are looking for the boy version, you can get it here!.

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