I love Star Wars. I have loved Star Wars for just about as long as I can remember. I was born about six months before the first film came out, so I think my love probably started around The Empire Strikes Back. Because of that love, I’m so excited to share a free printable packet inspired by Star Wars, with some Star Wars valentines (which could also be used as lunch box notes, as only one of the eight valentines says “Valentine” on it) and Star Wars coloring pages.
Star Wars has actually been on our minds a lot lately at our house. Not only am I itching to go see The Force Awakens for the third time, but we also have those Funko Pop bobbleheads of Luke Skywalker, Rey, Finn, and Poe Dameron all front and center in our living room, hanging out in front of our TV. Truth be told, they are probably obscuring the bottom inch of the screen, but we have grown to love them there.
So, when I was able to luck into purchasing a graphic of a Death Star inspired heart that someone had made (and made available only to a couple of people), I knew that some valentines and coloring pages needed to be made.
There are eight different valentines in the download. While they all have the same heart Death Star graphic, they use four different colors and each has its own message on it.
I cannot express how much fun we had coming up with messages for the valentines. So, of course, not all may be to your liking. If you like the valentines though, just print them up and use the sayings that you like best.
I told Eric and the kids about the graphic (and showed it to them), and then said on the way to dinner, “So, give me some fun, possibly corny, valentine messages.” It turned in to a hilarious drive to and from the restaurant. I promised to use any message that people came up with that they really loved. There were definitely some that were not so great (but those made us laugh even more), and some that got tweaked to make them better. But, it was such a fun time, so these valentines make me smile because I know they were a fun family effort.
Also included in the download is a plain coloring page of the Death Star heart graphic, as well as some alternate options that include words that can be colored in. Just pick your favorite and color away!
Printing the Free Star Wars Valentines:
Once you download the free Star Wars printable packet, the second and third page are the valentines. I recommend printing as many pages as you need on white cardstock. They are decorated on the front, but plain on the back for your child (or you, if you’re giving them away!) to write who they are to and who they are from.
As I mentioned earlier, since only one actually says “Valentine” on it, these are also just great to save and slip into lunch boxes (even for adults!).
Printing the Free Star Wars Coloring Pages:
The Death Star inspired heart coloring pages are pages four through seven in the packet. Since they all use the Death Star inspired heart, you’ll probably want to just pick your favorite to print. However, if you’re having a Star Wars party, it could be fun to set out a few of each option.
Another fun Star Wars valentine idea would be to print out enough copies of the coloring pages to put one coloring page in each goodie bag you hand out on Valentine’s Day, or some other similar idea.
These are free for personal or classroom use only. (If you need this for a larger use or you want one page of all the same type of valentine, please contact me about pricing.) I am using the graphic with direct permission from the artist and have paid for the right to do so. You may not use the graphic on other projects.
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