Operating at the eleventh hour this Valentine’s Day? Never fear: PS contributor Jessica from Sunny Tuesday has you covered with two darling valentine printables to make putting together a special treat as easy as can be!
Hi! I’m thrilled to be here, sharing this fun, free printable with y’all today!
Sometimes I wait till the last possible minute to get things together and if are like me, then I have a couple of cute Valentine cards for you to print out today!
Just click them, then right-click to save and print!
You can attach them with washi tape for a super quick Valentine treat…
…or punch a hole and tie a ribbon through for a little extra flair.
You can use Teddy Grahams, gummy bears, or even a small teddy bear or bear-shaped pencil topper for the “Beary Sweet” card.
For the “Berry Sweet” card, I used little snack packs of Crunchberries (which my daughter is obsessed with). You could also use dried strawberries or any berry-flavored candy!
Happy Valentine’s Day, everyone!
Jessica is a wife and mom to one sweet little toddler. She has always loved to craft, which is her form of stress relief. She is passionate about helping others get into crafting, because she knows first hand how good it feels to complete a project and think, “Hey, I made that!” and she wants others to be able to feel that sense of accomplishment, too. Visit Sunny Tuesday for quick, simple craft ideas that anyone can do.
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