Peel some love this Valentine’s Day. This printable Hey Cutie Printable Valentine for Kids is a fun and healthy Valentine treat for kids to share with friends.
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Hi guys! I am back today with another cute Valentine’s Day craft project. This Cutie Printable Valentine craft is a fun non-candy Valentine’s Day treat you kids can make for their friends and classmates. Orange you glad I stopped by? This Valentine Craft for kids is really easy and something they can make on their own. Now of course if your kids are younger, you will need to help them cut out the gift tags.
So grab a bag of mandarin oranges (ALDI always has great prices on them) and get crafting. This DIY craft idea is very economical too. The kids can make a whole bunch of these Hey Cutie Valentines for next to nothing.
And if you love this Valentine Craft, check out his video as well!
What Do I Need To Make these Hey Cutie Printable Valentine for Kids
Hey Cutie Printable valentines – DOWNLOAD HERE
How Do I Make these Mandarin Orange Valentine’s Day Printable Craft?
Print the printable valentines on card stock and cut out around outer edge.
Place the oranges inside the treat bags and tie the top with a piece of ribbon or twine.
Fill out the valentines, then punch a hole in the corner of each card.
Thread the ribbon through the hole in the card and secure it to the bag with a bow.
Save this Hey Cutie Valentine for Kids project for later. Pin the image below to your favorite Pinterest Board.
Try These Easy Valentine Crafts
- 1 Bag Mandarin oranges
- Printable Hey Cutie valentines
- Card stock
- Small treat bags
- Ribbon or twine
- Print the printable valentines on card stock and cut out around outer edge.
- Place the oranges inside the treat bags and tie the top with a piece of ribbon or twine.
- Fill out the valentines, then punch a hole in the corner of each card.
- Thread the ribbon through the hole in the card and secure it to the bag with a bow.