adorable Valentine’s for kids + free printables!!


My kids wanted to do something special for their friends this year for Valentine’s day, so I brainstormed up these adorable little labels. I designed the clip art myself, so I’m thrilled that I can share these with you guys too. Print them out at best quality on cardstock, use a punch to cut them out, and attach them to little bags of candies – gummy bears and/or swedish berries. The kids are so excited to give these to their friends this year – and I think they’re pretty cute too, if I do say so myself.

These are the adorable Valentine’s I designed for Cam:



And these are the Valentine’s I designed for Kirsten:



You can print out these sheets of labels – see below for the links:


I designed them to be cut out using a 3″ scalloped paper punch.

Grab some little plastic baggies and fill with candies – I used swedish berries for Kirsten’s and gummy bears for Camden’s. Use a sharpie and write your kids names at the bottom!


Attach the labels to the little baggies with a piece of tape or a staple.




Here are the sheets of printables – click on the link below the photo to bring you to google drives to download:


Click HERE to get the berry labels.


Click HERE to get the bear labels.

Enjoy everyone!

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14 thoughts on “adorable Valentine’s for kids + free printables!!

  1. Amy Kirchhoff

    Just in time! Need a quick but cute idea to do tomorrow. (We bought those store-bought ones, put them together, and they look awful. I just can’t do it!.) :) Thank you so, so much!

  2. Darren

    Thank you so much Jill! I am making these my children’s Valentine’s for their friends. Last year, I used your lip gloss. I am so thankful you don’t charge. So humbling!


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