Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and before you know it, your kids will be bouncing off the wall, powered by tons of heart-shaped treats and goodies! Why not cut back on your dentist bill a bit by giving your kids a non-candy Valentine’s Day gift this year? These last minute music themed free printable valentines are easy to put together and kids will have tons of fun decorating them!
- Kids Wooden Music Instruments
- Core’dinations Smooth White Cardstock
- Music Themed Valentines Free Printable
These gifts really couldn’t be easier to give! Just download and print off the page of free printable valentines, trim, and staple to the existing tags on the instrument packages. You can use anything to attach the label in place but I found using a stapler to be the easiest!
When I was making these free printable valentines, I wanted to make them sweet for Valentine’s Day but not so cutesy that you couldn’t give them to kids of all ages. I also made sure to leave a large “To/From” section on the back just in case someone needed more space for their signature (or if young kids were signing!) You could also tape these labels in place on one of the larger instruments too (like the bongo drums or guitar.)
Don’t get me wrong, I love eating sweets on Valentine’s Day but if I can cut back on the dentist visits by limiting the amount of sugar my kids eat, you better believe I’m going to do it! I love that these super reasonably priced instruments (most under 3 bucks!) are fun in and of themselves but can even be painted for another layer of amusement. Check out these dip and swirl maracas for decorating ideas. So whether your kid is a budding musician or artist, these gifts would be perfect. Plus, your dentist will thank you! Hope you enjoy these last minute music themed valentines and have a wonderfully musical Valentine’s Day!
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Vanessa is a self proclaimed sleep deprived mother of two adorable boys and when she has a little time to spare, she makes things and posts about them on her craft blog, Tried & True. If she’s not cooking, sewing, gluing or making, she would probably go crazy. Join her on her crafty adventure at Tried & True.