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This is my very last crafty Valentine’s Day post. I’m a wee bit sad about that.
I’ve really enjoyed scouring the internet for awesome Valentine’s Day crafts and printables. It’s been fun, and I’ve found all kinds of blogs that I never knew existed.
In case you missed any of them, this series has contained all of the following:
- Gifts of Food
- Gifts for the Home
- Gifts for Children
- Other Crafty Gifts
- Gifts Preschoolers Can Make for Adults
- Gifts Preschoolers can Make for Other Kids
- Valentines to Print and Frame
- Valentine Cards to Print
Games and Other Printables
- Printable knock-knock jokes - These are awesome for the knock-knock joke crowd. I printed them for Grace, and she’s already memorized them. If your Valentine is able to read, you could cut these out and tuck them inside a mitten or lunchbox or coat for a pick me up.
- Antique Valentines - Wouldn’t it be nice to make this for an older friend or relative? The site has antique Valentines that you can download and use however you like.
- Toad-ally awesome tic tac toe - This set includes a bunch of different pieces that you can use for a school class. My favorite piece is the tic-tac-toe board.
- Heart to heart memory game – Every kid I know likes to play memory, so why not do it with hearts?
- Valentine Coupons (where you fill in the prize) – The thing I don’t like about most printable coupons is that they are pre-filled. A night by the fireplace is useless around here, for example. The only fire place in our house is in a book.
This particular set is blank, so you could use it to make coupons for your spouse and print it again to make coupons for your kids.
Or the dog.
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