Here is my second free printable Valentine idea for this year. This might be my favorite yet (although I say that about every Valentine). I have never seen these fun glow in the dark stars used for a Valentine and I thought it was a cute and unique idea. Especially if you are looking for non candy options.
My daughter was begging for these stars at one point and it clicked in my head to use these as a Valentine. Kids can stick them to the ceiling of their room or bathroom or if you want a less noticeable option, pop them on the walls of the closet. So fun!
You can purchase bags of these glow in the dark stars and pop them into a little treat bag and then tie on the free printable with a fun ribbon or bakers twine and that is it! Super simple and I have a feeling these are going to be a hit this year. If you want an alternate option, I think Starburst candies would be perfect instead of the stars.
I made these for my 9 year old specifically and I know she is going to be pleased because she gets extremely embarrassed about any Valentine that suggests anything nice at all toward the boys in her class- this one doesn’t tell anyone they are sweet or a cutie or anything else even remotely embarrassing.
When I showed these to her she was really excited- “Mom can I give myself a Valentine this year?” Win in my book friends!
And since I like options myself, I wanted to show you an alternate packaging idea. You can always fold the treat bag over and tape it with washi tape. A gold or blue or star tape looks fantastic.
Here are the items I used for my Valentines:
*Note: This Valentine is for personal use only and not for resale. Please respect copyright laws.
And if this doesn’t float your boat, here are a bunch of other Valentine ideas:
One in a Melon Valentine (use watermelon candy or watermelon for class parties)
Colorful Valentine (with crayons for kids or markers for teachers)