Simplicity is the Name of the Game
Sometimes you need something quick and simple, am I right? As cute and adorable as all the brilliant valentine options available to us are, sometimes we don’t have the time or energy to put it all together. This is me this year. With all the crazy changes that have thrown my world into the vortex of chaos I need simple. So, this year I’m keeping it really simple. An all encompassing Valentine printable you can edit or simply slap onto a treat is just the ticket!
Hello everyone! I know it’s been an insanely long time since I’ve updated or posted anything new. I do apologize. There is so much to talk about, and I promise I’ll tell you all the stories. But in the meantime I want to make a quick post about an adorable valentine printable inspired by one of my crazy new changes I’ve recently undertaken (hence the need for simple).
For those of you who don’t know, I am LDS (a mormon). In our church we are sometimes called to fill certain positions. I have very recently been called to be in the Primary Presidency which means I, and two other fabulous ladies, am in charge of teaching and caring for the children in our church. Honestly, I love it. It’s given me a fabulous opportunity to dust off the ol’ craft sticks and go to town making so many fun things for each week!
Valentine’s Day is fast approaching and I wanted to do something fun for our children. Since we don’t have a ton of kiddos in our branch I knew I could get away with making valentines for all of them. And honestly, who doesn’t love an awesome declaration of love?! These valentine printables aren’t solely for Primary either. I’ve made a few different, yet similar ones for you to choose from for whatever your needs may be (church, school, whatever!).
For Your Valentines
You can edit them or use them as is. Simply attach a treat to the middle of the heart, or grab some double sided sticky tape, slap it onto your valentine, and call it good. It’s totally up to you.
I used PicMonkey to create these, so if you decide to add a few more details, go fo it! Just download the image and open into any editing program.
I chose to do Pop Rocks because let’s face it, what child doesn’t love exploding candy in their mouth?! I’ll probably end up using these same ones for my children’s Valentines Day Party too. Who knows? Maybe I’ll get crazy and design another one! In any case, I hope you enjoy these valentine printables!
Click here for the full page primary valentine printout if you’d like the full page, same size I used for the pop rocks, already ready to go, turn your printer on and run away printable.
P.S. I’d love to see what you end up doing too!
P.P.S Note to self: Do not give Pop Rocks until the END of Primary…..