Free Printable Valentines – Cereal Valentines

free printable valentines

These were my son’s valentines a few years ago and they are our favorite valentines we’ve ever done.  He took them to school and I had emails from parents and teachers saying how cute they were.  Candy alternative?  Yep.  Fun?  Yep.  Cheesy?  Yep.  All the qualities of a great valentine! :)

If you want to print your own valentines or see more pictures of them you can see our full post here.  Free Printable Valentines?  I’ve got you covered! :) You just print, cut out and attach.  Easy peasy.

Now I just have to decide, are we going to do these again this year or try something new?  Hmmm…..

Cereal Box Valentine’s – with printable tags

Here are the Valentine’s we did last year! :)
This year we wanted something different for Valentine’s Day.  As much as we love candy — we love cereal just a little more.
I bought packs of mini boxes of cereal at Wal-Mart for $3-4 each.  Each pack had 8 boxes in it.  (My mom used to buy these when I was little – we loved them!)
Then I made some little tags and voila.  Cereal lovers dream.
valentines.jpg
Want the tags?  Here you go!
(I’m not the most technical person out there so I just saved it as a .jpeg and then emailed it to my local Office Max.  They printed the tags on card stock for me for cheap!  And they came out great!)
Here is my list of cereals we had:
I’m coo coo for you. – Cocoa Puffs
You’re my lucky charm! – Lucky Charms
You bring cheer to my day. – Cheerios
No trix, you’re a great friend. – Trix
Our friendship is golden. – Golden Grahms
You’re the apple of my eye. – Apple Jacks
You’re grrreat! – Frosted Flakes
I CEREALsly like you. – other cereals that I couldn’t come up with a clever line for! :)
Linking up here

Cereal Valentines – with FREE printable tags

This year we wanted something different for Valentine’s Day.  As much as we love candy — we love cereal just a little more.
I bought packs of mini boxes of cereal at Wal-Mart for $3-4 each.  Each pack had 8 boxes in it.  (My mom used to buy these when I was little – we loved them!)
Then I made some little tags and voila.  Cereal lovers dream.
valentines.jpg
Want the tags?  Here you go!
(I’m not the most technical person out there so I just saved it as a .jpeg and then emailed it to my local Office Max.  They printed the tags on card stock for me for cheap!  And they came out great!)
Here is my list of cereals we had:
I’m coo coo for you. – Cocoa Puffs
You’re my lucky charm! – Lucky Charms
You bring cheer to my day. – Cheerios
No trix, you’re a great friend. – Trix
Our friendship is golden. – Golden Grahms
You’re the apple of my eye. – Apple Jacks
You’re grrreat! – Frosted Flakes
I CEREALsly like you. – other cereals that I couldn’t come up with a clever line for! :)
Linking up here