Bible Verses about Love: Free Printable Cards for Kids
Ah, Valentine’s Day! Do you remember decorating shoe boxes to collect cards from classmates? Or maybe you had a simple celebration at home with pancakes and strawberries?
Have you chosen a special way to celebrate Valentine’s Day with your children? We like to keep it simple with a fun breakfast of pink pancakes (I like to use a natural food coloring from Thrive Market – here’s a coupon code to save you 25%), a small gift and card, and a fresh batch of homemade cupcakes with sprinkles on top after lunch.
Valentine’s Day is the perfect time to remind your children about how much they are loved – by not only you but by God too!
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner – and if your children are in school, have a co-op, or just want to pass out cards to friends or family, these cute little printable cards are a simple and fun answer! They’d also be fun to give to your children on Valentine’s Day morning with a little chocolate heart placed on top.
You could even laminate them, punch a hole in the top and add a bit of ribbon for a tassel for a sweet little bookmark to use all year long!
However you decide to use them, we’d love to know! Share your ideas in the comment section below or tag us on social media at @theartkit
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Supplies You’ll Need for These Love Cards
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How to Use These Valentine’s Day Bible Cards
- Print out the sheet and cut out each card.
- You can either laminate them, punch a hole in the top, and add a bit of string.
- Have fun and get creative! Or, keep it simple and don’t stress!
Extend the Fun with These Adorable Finds
QUICK TIP: We have many other fun printables in the library but if you’re in a hurry and only want to download this particular printable for now – you can find it on page 21 of the resource library.
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