Printable Religious Valentine Cards for Kids is a post by Angie of Real Life at Home.
Of all of the school parties throughout the year, I always remember Valentine’s Day as my favorite. One year, in particular, I remember working with my Grandma on an aluminum foil covered shoe box with the slot on the top for valentines from my classmates. That is the only time I remember doing anything remotely crafty with my Grandma, so it definitely sticks with me.
If your kids have a St. Valentine’s Day class or co-op party, or they just want to hand out some valentines to friends, then today’s religious valentine cards for kids printable might save you a little money at the store, while also giving them a nice Biblical message to hand out.
I also love that another option for these cards can be to skip out on using them as valentines, and instead using them as encouraging notes or lunch box notes for Valentine’s Day or any time of the year.
Today’s religious Valentine’s Day cards printable features six different valentines on each sheet. While there is no room to write on the front, once you print them and cut them out, the back of the card will be blank for writing the to and from information, as well as room for a message, if your child wants.
The religious valentine cards feature Bible verse from 1 John, Proverbs, Deuteronomy, and 1 Corinthians.
I recommend printing these on white card stock or another thick paper with a color printer. (This is the newest version of our color laser printer, which we love. A color inkjet printer is less expensive, however.)
Note: This valentine download is free for personal use only. These printables cannot be sold, hosted, or published on other websites. (The printable says Catholic Printables Online, which was merged with my other sites to make Real Life at Home later in 2014.) If you want to share about this printable with others, however, please feel free to share a link to this post or the website (not directly to the printable). Thanks so much!
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You might also want to check out my other religious valentines printables:
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