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Free Printable Glasses Valentine’s Day Card

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Does your kiddo want SPEC-tacular Valentine’s Day cards to give to their friends? Look no further than these glow stick glasses! Use the free printable I’m sharing below, along with a package of these glasses from Target.

You’ll need:

The glasses come in a pack of 6 so you’ll print two pages of Valentine’s Day cards for each pack. Print them on white cardstock and make sure you’re printing at 100% scale. Cut each card around the yellow border.

Using a craft knife, cut a slit where the lines are.

Attach the arms to each pair of glasses and fold them in.

Carefully slide the arms through the slits in the cardstock.

Each pair of glasses comes with a matching box of glow sticks. Tape the open end of each box so the glow sticks can’t fall out.

Flip the card over to look at the back. Run some hot glue along the top then attach the box of glow sticks to it.

That’s all it takes to get these Valentine’s Day cards ready to give out. They’re so bright and cheerful even before making them glow.

When you’re ready to use the glow sticks, activate them like you normally would by snapping and shaking them. Then finish by placing one glow stick inside each heart on the frame.

These glow stick glasses Valentine’s Day cards are sure to be a hit!

Free Printable Glasses Valentine’s Day Card

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…

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Analisa is a mom and avid DIYer. Along with her family, she will travel anywhere just to say she’s been. She writes about creating, parenthood, and her family’s adventures at Parental Perspective. She’d love to meet you so feel free to visit her on Instagram or Facebook and say hello!  

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