3 {Non-Mushy} Valentines Day Coloring Pages

These 3 free printable Valentines Day coloring pages will make even the most non-mushy kid smile. These Valentine coloring pages are great for kids of all ages like toddlers, preschoolers, and kindergarten kids. Download and print these free Valentine coloring sheets for use at home or in the classroom.

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Let’s color these non-mushy Valentine coloring pages with robots!

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Valentines Day Coloring Pages

This printable set includes 3 non-mushy Valentine coloring pages. One features a single robot with a heart and flower. The second coloring page has a male and female robots. And the third Valentine coloring page has the word Love written out.

These three Valentines coloring pages are robot-themed. They’re non-mushy, fun, and perfect for younger kids. They have hearts, Happy Valentine’s Day, and have the word love, but aren’t overly romantic which many parents appreciate!

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Valentines Coloring Page Set Includes

Print out and enjoy these free Valentines printable coloring pages and these fun and festive robots!

Robot Valentines day coloring page printed pdf file with a heart and robot
Let’s color this super cute robot!

1. Valentines Day Robot Coloring Page

Our first Valentine coloring page features a robot! This robot has squiggly arms and legs as well as a cute heart and a cog that looks like a flower! Color your robot all your favorite colors and color the hearts fun Valentine’s day colors like red and pink.

Printable pdf file with 2 robots Text: Happy Valentine's Day Coloring Page
Let’s color this happy Valentines Day coloring page!

2. Happy Valentines Day Coloring Page

Our second Valentines coloring page has two robots! It has a man robot and a woman robot and they’re holding hands. How sweet! And it says Happy Valentines day. I feel like this Valentine coloring page needs some glitter!

Love Coloring Page Printed PDF File With Hearts and Cog flowers
Color the world Love!

3. Love Valentine Coloring Page

Our third and last Valentine coloring page is the word love! It’s surrounded by hearts and cog flowers! Color the hearts a lot of fun colors! I think coloring the zig zag heart pink with purple glitter would look great!

Download and Print These Free Valentine Coloring Pages PDF Files Here

This coloring page is sized for standard letter printer paper dimensions – 8.5 x 11 inches.


We hope your kids have a ton of Valentine fun with these. If your kids are anything like mine, they prefer to use almost anything BUT crayons on coloring pages!

Valentines Day Coloring Pages Ideas

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Supplies Needed To Make This Fun Paper and Aluminum Valentine’s Day Robot

To create this foil robot, you will need:

How To Make This Fun and Festive Paper and Aluminum Valentine’s Day Robot

Step 1

To cut the aluminum foil to the proper size, I placed it underneath the coloring page and traced it with a pen. The indentation shows up on the foil which is easy to use as a template.

Step 2

We placed a piece of the scrapbook paper under the chest foil so it would show through the heart cut-out.

Step 3

We have been known to paint, use markers, chalk, colored pencils, watercolors and paper.  These Valentines coloring pages may be perfect for some of these techniques due to the simplicity of the design.

Valentines Day Coloring Page Robot Craft

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Grab our free printable Valentine coloring pages to make this foil and paper robot craft!


  • aluminum foil
  • scrapbook or construction paper
  • googly eyes
  • string or ribbon
  • pom pom
  • glue or double-sided tape


  1. Cut the aluminum foil to the proper size.
  2. Place the pieces of scrapbook paper under the foil.
  3. Glue it to your coloring page.
  4. Add colors, paint, googly eyes, and more!

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Did you try these Valentine coloring pages? Did you try making the aluminum robot craft?


  1. I found your blog through feedingbig’s link party. I love it and am now following! These coloring pages are perfect for my toddler.

  2. Oh these are fun and not at all mushy!!

    Thank you for stopping by the Thoughtful Spot Weekly Blog Hop this week. We hope to see you drop by our neck of the woods next week!

  3. Very cute! My boys don’t like to give mushy valentines and these would fit the bill. Thanks for sharing at the After School Link Up.

  4. These are adorable, thank you for sharing and linking up with us at #WWDParty. Happy MLKDay of Service.

  5. My son went wild for these, he is really into robots right now.
    Thanks for sharing at Tell Me About It Tuesday!

  6. Who doesn’t like robots! Love this Valentine’s Project! Pinned it! ”Deb at DialMforMoms.com

  7. Non-mushy is always good for my house full of boys! Thanks for sharing via Family Fun Friday.

  8. Loved this!

    Thanks for joining the WWDParty! Please be sure to link to us in the future so we can feature and pin great posts like this one!

  9. LOVE LOVE LOVE! My daughter loves to color, this is great! Thanks for joining the WWDParty! Please be sure to link to us in the future! We want to spread the word AND be able to feature and pin great posts like this!

  10. I love these printables! I will be using these for my daughter’s PreK Valentine Party at school. Thank you so much for sharing this at Frugal Crafty Home Blog Hop! I hope to see you back on Sunday night at 8pm Central time!

  11. You had me a ‘Non-mushy!’ So fun to see some coloring pages for Valentine’s but that my boy would love. Fun little robot. Visiting via “SweetSillySarah” linkup

  12. Jacqui Odell says:

    This is such a neat craft. My son loves robots and can’t wait to do it with my son. Thanks for linking up on Tell Me About It Tuesday on womanofmanyroles.com

  13. These are completely adorable! I know a few kids that would LOVE them!

    Thank you for stopping by the Thoughtful Spot Weekly Blog Hop this week. We hope to see you drop by our neck of the woods next week!

  14. Hi again!
    I wanted to hop over and let you know this will be featured as a hostess favorite at the Next Tell Me About it Tuesday.
    Thanks for sharing!!

  15. Thanks for posting! Can??t wait to consider this. I was currently creating a nice meal for your loved ones anyway, and this will likely be a fun approach to present it. The menus are printed, just must determine all of the specifics for my meal and we??ll be fantastic to go.|

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