Valentine’s Day

Eraser Ring Bible Verse Valentine

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Here’s the second free printable for Valentine’s Day this year! I think they turned out so cute. And what makes it worth my time is the fact that my girls absolutely love them!
They can’t wait to be able to hand them out to their friends. So here’s the printable for the Eraser Ring Valentine I promised when I posted the pencil valentine last week.

Valentines

Supplies:

Cardstock to print valentine

Scissors

Twine

Eraser Rings (From Walmart)

Tape

Valentines Eraser Ring Printable

Print the Valentines off on Cardstock. Cut them out and let your child sign their name. Cut a hole to use to tie on the ring with twine.

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I had planned on making 2 holes and tying the twine on the top. But this was as far as my hole punch would reach. So I just taped the pieces to the back.

Eraser Ring

I think this worked out just as well if not better to be honest. But you can do it whichever way you like best. Now turn it over and you’re done!

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Be sure to check out my Free Pencil Valentine Printables as well if you haven’t already! They all turned out super cute!

Eraser Ring Valentines

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Pencil Bible Verse Valentine

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Valentine’s Day is quickly approaching! So it’s time to get the kiddos valentines ready. I always try to find a fun gift that my kids can give instead of just the usual card valentine. It’s so much fun! There’s nothing wrong with living a little through your child…is there? They are super obsessed these days with pencils and erasers. I’m really not sure if it’s just the age (they’re in 1st grade) or what it is. They love finding quarters so they can buy a pencil at school. So I thought this would be the perfect gift for them to give! So today I’m sharing the pencil valentine file. Be watching Monday for the Eraser Ring Valentine Printable. I hope your kiddos love them as much as mine did!

Valentines

Supplies:

Card Stock (to print off the valentine)

Scissors

Pencils (these came from Walmart)

Valentines for Pencils

Print off the Free Printable Valentine on cardstock and cut them out. Have your child sign the card. Make a cut in 2 spots along the arrow to insert the pencil. Now you have a super cute valentine that’s ready to go!

Pencil Valentine