Looking for a fun new printable valentine this Valentine’s Day? I have transformed three trending animals into sweet valentines. But these guys just aren’t a printed piece of paper. They are designed to “hold” something.
Are you handing out pencils this year? These guys are great at hugging pencils. If you’re looking to give a small piece of candy, don’t worry, Miss Unicorn and friends can hold candy, too. Or a cute little eraser, small play-doh, or even a small toy car.
FREE Animal Valentines – Printing Options – Unicorn, Sloth, and Narwhal Valentines
When creating the valentines, you have two different options. Some people will want to take the extra time to make their valentines double-sided while others may decide to stick with one side.
Option 1 – The valentines in my example were created with a front and a back that was glued together. You print the front and the back, cut them, and assemble them so they’re double-sided.
Option 2 – Make them single-sided. You *don’t* have to make them double-sided but the arms will be white when folded if you don’t. Simple print the front, cut, and attach the hands to the object.
File Formats for the FREE Animal Valentines
- Silhouette Print and Cut
- Print on cardstock for added durability. (this is my favorite from Amazon)
- Simply click the “Click me to Download” image below to download the files.
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- If you have trouble, message me here, and let me know what you’re having trouble with.
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