Free Printable A-MAZE-ING Valentine’s Day Cards
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Hooray! Valentine’s Day is almost here! My little guy loves giving out valentines to his friends at school. This year he picked out these handheld mazes while I created a fun printable card to go along with them. He adores them, and I hope you will too!
One of the things I love about these is that the mazes are easy to find at Target. Look in the Spritz party favor bins near the party supplies. They carry these year round so no need to stalk the Valentine’s Day items in the Dollar Spot…unless you want to of course.
Print as many sheets of the Valentine’s Day cards as you’ll need. You’ll want to print them on white cardstock so they’re sturdy enough to hold the mazes. Make sure your printer is set so they print at 100% scale. Use scissors or a paper trimmer to separate the cards.
To attach the mazes to the cards all it takes is a bit of hot glue. A small dab will do it since it holds really well.
They’re so bright and colorful! I think these would work for any age or grade really.
My son is so excited to pass these out. He likes having Valentine’s Day cards that aren’t too lovey-dovey. Cool cards and a fun toy maze…awesome!
– Free Printable A-MAZE-ING Valentine’s Day Cards –
Feel free to print and share as many of these as you’d like. Please keep in mind these are for personal use only and may not be sold or redistributed as your own. Thanks!
Don’t forget to check out these other free printable Valentine’s Day cards I’ve created…
Free Printable Glow Bracelet Valentine’s Day Cards
Free Printable Airplane Valentine’s Day Cards
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These are so cute – love having a candy-free option that’s so fun for the kids to receive!
SOLD! My 7-year-old girl likes the look of them. Now to execute! (Last year for Kindergarten we did slap bracelets: Slappy Valentine’s Day!)