These free printable Robot Valentines Day Cards for Kids are so easy to throw together with pencils you can find at the dollar store. They make an adorable non-candy Valentines gift to pass out to their friends!
I don’t know about you, but I always feel like my kids are on a complete sugar high the entire day of Valentines. There are so many treats between class parties and Valentines from classmates that it’s refreshing to have a non-candy Valentine Day card that they can pass out to other kids.
The Printable Robot Valentines Day Cards I’m sharing today are perfect for a non-candy Valentines card for the classroom that you can make at home in just a matter of minutes.
HOW TO MAKE YOUR ROBOT VALENTINES CARDS
The dollar stores are a great place to find non-candy Valentines items on the cheap, and that is exactly where I found these pencils and erasers to attach to the cards. The pack of pencils came in a 12 pack mixed with both heart and robot pencils. I used the heart pencils with these adorable heart Valentines Day cards and the robot pencils with the free printable cards I’m sharing today.
WHAT YOU NEED:
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KITCHEN OR CRAFT/DIY TOOLS NEEDED:
- Scissors and/or paper cutter
- Pencils (I found both the pencils and erasers at the dollar store.)
- Pencil-top erasers
- Washi tape
1. Download the Robot Valentines Day Cards
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2. Print the Valentines Day Cards
After you’ve downloaded the file for the Valentines day cards, print it on cardstock. Make sure that your print settings are set to print at a good quality and it keeps the image size at 100%.
3. Cut out the Cards.
Use a paper cutter or scissors to cut along the outer square of each card.
I am a huge fan of this paper cutter. It makes it so easy to cut out the cards perfectly in a matter of seconds. If you don’t have a paper cutter, you may be surprised at how often it comes in handy, and it’s easy enough that even the kids can use it.
4. Attach the pencils and erasers to the cards.
Use a piece of washi tape to adhere the pencils to the front of the Valentines Day cards.
These kids’ Valentine’s Day Cards are so easy to throw together, and they look so much cuter than the store bought cards. What’s even better is that the kids can put them together with just a little help from you! Need even more DIY Valentine’s ideas? Check out these 14 great Valentine’s for kids that are sure to be a hit.
- Download the Robot Valentines Day Cards
- Print the Valentines Day Cards
- Cut out the Cards.
- Attach the pencils and erasers to the cards.
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