Valentines for Girls: Flamingo, Cactus, Pineapple and Unicorn
We love to give out a good Valentine’s card in our home, and we really put in some thought into the cards each year (I linked some of our past year’s below). This year I wanted to do Valentines for girls, since last year’s Valentines were focused on my boys. I wanted to design something that my middle schooler daughter would love to give out to her girlfriends, and my kindergarten daughter would think was cute enough to give out to her classmates. Unicorns and flamingos came to my mind for my younger daughter; Pineapples and Cactuses for my older daughter. Of course the Valentines had to be interactive in some kind of why! That’s how we like it over here. I turned to Melissa’s Designs to execute my design ideas, and she watercolored these and whipped them out in just a few short hours. Serious art talent, and I’m so in love!
So grab a pair of scissors, handheld hole punch and some colorful brads. All you do is download then print on white card stock paper. Cut out the attachments, hole punch below (or to the side) of the words and hole punch the design attachment. Use a brad to attache to the valentines card.
The FREE PRINTABLES are available for download below for these cute Valentines for Girls. I just ask that you share these with your friends and on Pinterest. Attach the valentines to a bag of candy of non-candy item. And watch these valentines for girls be enjoyed and receive a few giggles!
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Here are some past Valentines for Girls cards:
Valentine’s Friendship Bracelet