Hello there C.R.A.F.T readers! I’m Ashley from Cherished Bliss, and I am excited to share a fun non-candy Valentine with you today- heart shaped crayon Valentines! I have to be honest, I never really got that in to Valentine’s Day since it’s such a short holiday… with 3 small kids I can barely get dressed in the morning! But my oldest is in school now and I’m his home room mom, so we had a lot of fun getting these ready for this year’s Valentine’s Day Party!
These little heart crayon Valentines are so fun and useful! Plus my kids had a blast helping me with the crayons! I mean what kid doesn’t love it when you say, “here break up this pile of crayons”, right? Although I’m sure this will come back to bite me later on when my kids randomly start breaking up all their crayons. I guess I will take blame for that one! I also made these little printables to go with the crayons because Valentine’s is all about the cheesy sayings right?
Here is what you will need to make heart shaped crayon valentines
- You Color My World Printable
- 3″x4″ Treat Bags
- Card stock & Inkjet Printer
- Crayon Hearts (Here is a tutorial.)
How to download the free Valentine printable
To download the free printable “You Color My World” Valentines, just enter your name and email address below and the free file will be delivered to your inbox! The heart shaped crayon Valentines come 6 to a page. There is 1 sheet of pink Valentines and 1 sheet of aqua Valentines in the download.
Next, simply print out and cut crayon Valentine Cards. The Valentines are perfectly sized to fold over the 3″x4″ plastic bags. You can either use a paper cutter or scissors, it’s up to you. And have your crayon hearts ready to go!
Next, put your crayon hearts into the treat bags, fold your printable in half, and staple over the top of your bag. Now you have cute little handmade Valentine card that the kids are going to use and love.
Here’s another fun way to use heart shaped crayons this Valentines Day!
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Comments & Reviews
What a cute idea, thanks for sharing =) I can’t wait to do something like this for gifts when my little one gets a little older for Valentine’s Day card exchanges.
Love the printables and the heart crayons are adorable! Great Job, Ashley 😉