These printable watercolor valentines are quite literally a work of art! They are colorful and bright– your kids will love making them for their friends. As a bonus, kids will love giving and receiving little watercolor paint palettes! We are always looking for non-candy valentines for school, and these printable watercolor valentines are perfect. printable watercolor valentines for kids It’s a simple, low-stress printable card that kids will love to give to their friends! Because what’s better than a valentine? A valentine that includes crafting tool 🙂 Related: Butterfly Pasta Watercolor Art printable watercolor valentines friendship is a work of art

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Printable Watercolor Valentines

To make our valentines, download the free printable file and print it on white cardstock. You definitely need the cardstock for this one–regular paper will not be sturdy enough. Let your child add their name to the cards — my son likes to address them with his friend’s names, too. We used a permanent marker for this step. Finally, attach a mini watercolor palette using a glue dot. The glue dot will hold the palette onto the card but won’t damage it when it’s removed. printable watercolor valentines Isn’t that fun? These printable watercolor valentines combine beauty and a fun trinket for friends! They stand out just like your kid 🙂 Don’t miss our mega list of 100 Kids Valentines for School for other super cute ideas! You have to check out this adorable free printable Valentine writing paper! Perfect for writing notes this Valentine’s day! Look at these galaxy crayon valentines! The Printables Library at - Hundreds of printable activities for kids!

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  1. Sorry- I might have missed this. Where did you get the painting palette? So cute- thanks for the wonderful presentation.