Get the free download for these cute printable glow stick valentines and be a hit with all the cool kids this Valentine’s Day. Because we “glow” together, sweetie. 😉 This post contains affiliate links, which allow me to earn a small commission at no extra cost to you.
It’s almost Valentine’s Day, which means it’s time for all the cute, punny printable valentines in blogland. These little glow stick valentines are simple, but I kind of love them. I hope you will too!
I made these valentines using my Silhouette Cameo, but you can easily print and cut these out by hand as well. Have I mentioned how much fun I’m having my new Silhouette? It’s fun, friends. And did you know that it can do a print and cut feature where it will cut around a printed image? Yeah. Cool, right? When I found out, I knew I needed a project to try that out. Like as soon as possible.
Soooo since I’m pretty crazy about punny valentines these days, I figured I better go ahead and make another one. (My son is probably going to have to take like three different Valentines for each kid in his class. It’s cool.)
I put together a little glow stick Valentine. I’ve seen lots of glow stick Valentines, and it’s for good reason I think. Glow sticks have to be one of the best non-candy Valentine’s Day treats – amiright? I mean they are a perennial kid favorite and SO cheap. I got packs of seven glow sticks at the dollar store, which means you could get Valentine’s goodies for your kid’s whole class for like four bucks. Score!
Here’s everything you need to make your own.
Glow Stick Valentines Supplies:
- Glow Sticks!
- White Cardstock
- Silhouette Cameo (or Cricut or a nice pair of scissors and a hole punch)
- My free Glow Stick Valentines Design – Download the Studio file, PDF, or PNG (Free for Personal Use Only)
How to Make Glow Stick Valentines
Start off by downloading one of the files from the supply list above. If you have a Silhouette, then go with the Studio file. If you are working with a Cricut, then the PNG should work for you. For cutting by hand, use the PDF. Whichever method you are using, simple print off the designs and then cut them out!
If you have an electronic cutting machine, you can definitely whip up a whole stack of glow stick valentines in no time. I was so excited to watch the Silhouette cut out my valentines. Be-doo-be-doo and they were all done! (that was my Silhouette impression by the way)
Carefully peel the cards off the cutting mat to avoid them curling too much, slip a glow stick through the holes, and call it donezo. If you make your own glow stick valentines using my printable, I would love to see them! Tag me on instagram or share to my facebook page. 🙂
Happy Valentine’s Day and Happy Making!
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