Having a son in higher grades of Elementary School poses challenges around Valentine’s Day. Every parent knows 10 and 11 year olds are at a stage where he likes me and she is my girlfriend and we broke up last week, though they are still excited about having a Valentine’s Day party on February 12! Since I’m almost certain this will be my oldest son’s last Valentine’s Day party, we agreed to come up with a safe saying to celebrate the occasion and made this free art printable Valentines Day card.
I had just ordered a box of rainbow crayons, and they were the perfect treat to base our cards off of, being we all know a child who likes to color!
These Valentines are the ultimate card for boys and girls alike, with a practical gift attached. The best part? You can print out the cards below and can always attach a solid crayon if you don’t have the rainbow ones!
You will need:
- blank index cards
- hot glue gun (and glue)
- rainbow crayons (or solid ones)
Start by printing the template below on 3×5 index cards, then allow your child to use markers to color in the words “work of ART!” Have your child sign each card then apply a small amount of glue to a crayon (one at a time) before attaching to the index card. *Keep in mind crayons are wax and will melt with the heat of the glue. Don’t use a lot.
It’s that easy and a Valentine exchange everyone will enjoy, regardless of age! My 5 year old had so much fun with the rainbow crayons, too. I promised him we would use these in another craft for St. Patrick’s Day, since they are so fitting!