If you’re looking for something fun to do with your child, how about making these free Printable Smartie Valentines? It’s a simple craft and the perfect way to spend some bonding time together! Check out how cute they are:
Simply print off these cute Valentine’s Day Cards, trim them to size and attach a Smartie candy with washi tape! Have your child fill out the to and from fields and you’re done!
These Smartie Valentines are the perfect way to sweeten someone’s day. My son chose these as the Valentine’s Cards he wants to share with his class, so we’ll be putting together a bunch of these!
Side note: I found a box of 48 Smarties at Walmart for under three dollars! Score! I personally love that my kids are able to send in fun and unique Valentines, versus store-bought cards.
Are you ready to make these Smartie Valentines? Let’s go!
Printable Valentine’s Day Cards
The printable file is for personal use only. Please do not alter.
Save the valentine file to your computer and open in Adobe Reader. There are 3 valentines per 8.5 x 11 sheet. Print onto cardstock, cut them out and attach the Smarties candies!
I’ve been informed that in Canada these candies are known as “Rockets” so, in honor of that, I’ve created a second version of this Valentine that says “You’re out of this world!” across the top and is perfect for “Rocket” candy!
Download the Canadian Version “Rocket” Valentine.
Personal use. Do not alter.
Love all these ideas Kim! I have no idea how you do it! Thanks for sharing at the Hit Me With Your Best Shot Link Party last Tuesday! Hope to see you again tonight at 7EST! Excited to see what you’ve been up to!
Thank you for the “Smarties” valentines! My boys are going to tape and sign them tonight!
YAY! Glad you enjoyed them. 🙂
Thanks so much for sharing the Smarties valentine printable….I’m an elementary teacher, and now I know exactly what I’ll be giving my students this year! 🙂
YAY! Glad you found them. 🙂
Thank you for these! They are perfect! I do make printable designs myself, but I was scouring Pinterest for something I didn’t have to make as I am running out of time and have so much still left to do and make! So THANK YOU, THANK YOU! It’s fun to be a normal and enjoy the things others make! 😉 <3 My kiddos will love these too!
You are so welcome! I’m glad you enjoyed them. 🙂
Thanks for helping out this not so creative mama! My daughter loves it!
Yay! I love hearing this. Happy Valentine’s Day!
Thank you so much for making this available to print! I wanted to create a card myself, but no time. My son (kindergarten) and I had a blast creating these together. You made my life easier and a fun activity for both of us to enjoy!
I’m so glad you could use them!
I love these little treats for Valentines day but the biggest problem with taking any treats into the schools it has to be wrapped and have no openings in the package! I just wish you were there or should I say the computer and your ideas were there when my kids were little. Today my grand kids are in college and the ones in the elementary school can’t even taken anything in unless they’re store bought~ Thank-you all your wonderful ideas!
That’s too bad, Melodie. Schools all have different rules. Our school was nut free for many years so my kids couldn’t bring anything that was processed in a facility with nuts. That’s no longer the rule. The Smarties aren’t open, they’re still individually wrapped, so I think these would be fine for your school system. But definitely check the rules with your schools before sending in any treats. 🙂
There’s no way to download the free printable. The page is covered with ads that aren’t actually the PDF.
Just saw this. The download is in the supplies list. Sorry you had a hard time locating it.