As I’ve mentioned before, my kids love narwhals. I hear them singing the narwhal song regularly. So when I asked them what type of valentines they would like to hand out this year, it was inevitable that one of them would say Narwhal Valentines!
I had the leftover design that I didn’t use for my daughters narwhal pillowcase that I decided to use for these. I made a few alterations and was good to go. I tried coming up with some fun “narwhal” puns, but that proved a bit challenging. I looked online for inspiration, but I wasn’t impressed with any that I found there either… so I ended up with “You’re one of a kind, Valentine” and “Be Unique”. I thought both were fitting for these narwhal valentines!
The little narwhals came from Oriental Trading. They are actually squirters, so the kids can fill them up with water and squirt it out. I love pairing Valentines with a small treat or non-food item. I find non-food items safest for school, especially since both of the younger kids have a child in their class with severe allergies. I try to pick items that aren’t junk and that I think kids will actually play with. These narwhal squirters were cute, unique and would make great bath toys!
I ended up packaging the narwhals up in mini takeout containers and attached the valentine with bakers twine. Cute and simple and the kids are excited to hand them out!
Download the Narwhal Valentine Cards in pdf format.
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Hi Kim! I was just wondering what paper you use to print the valentines!
Hi Mary, I use card stock.