I love love love Valentines and these Woodland Animals Valentine Cards are so darling, I just can’t wait to celebrate!
Want more fun printable Valentines Day resources? Well, be sure to check out my homeschool Valentines lesson plans. You’re sure to find a few great tools there that you just don’t want to miss Valentines-week!
But back to this set of adorable fox and owl valentines.
Did you know that these cute free printable Valentine cards can be printed and prepped the night before the kiddo’s Valentines party at school? Yeah! They’re that easy.
What do you need to make these Woodland Animal Valentine cards?
My recommendation is to print these using a high-quality printer on card stock paper.
First, using a high quality printer is going to make you happier. And really all that means is not using your printer at home if it prints blurry and terrible. Sorry, I’m just stating the truth. But, if your printer works alright, just set the print to “high quality” and you’ll love it.
Second, using card stock is going to do two things for you. You’re going to get a durable card that’s going to last when you send it off in your kids’ backpacks, but it’s also going to make for a great device to attach the treat to.
And, there is the big question: what kind of treat (or non-treat) goes with these woodland animal valentines?!
What Valentines treats go with this printable Valentine card set?
Ok. So, I have thought about this a lot. This isn’t a printable Valentine card that screams “put me with chocolate” or “this only goes with a lik-m-aid”.
As a result, I have come up with a few items available on Amazon that you can pair with my woodland animal Valentines.
What non-candy treats go with this printable Valentine card set?
Just like with the candy-type treats that could possibly go with this printable Valentine card set, I have thought a lot about what non-candy treats go with these fox and owl valentines cards.
And, because I’m me and I can’t help but share, I’ve popped in some Amazon links here so you can grab them if you’re a non-candy-treat kinda parent.