I love a good DIY Valentine!
On a recent trip to the Dollar Tree, I found these adorable Valentine paddle balls. (Amazon has something similar.) At 6 for $1, I thought they would make a perfect DIY candy-free valentines for Adeline to hand out at school.
I worked with a designer to create a darling printable with four valentines per page to go with the paddles.
Today, I'm thrilled to share this free DIY Piddle Paddle Valentine with you.
The valentines are designed to perfectly fit with the paddle and have a spot for your child to write his or her name. I used a glue dot to attach the paddles to the cards, which I printed on white card stock.
Together you have a perfectly adorable, candy-free DIY Valentine for your child to pass out at school.
If you are on Pinterest, will you take a second to pin this valentine? And for more Valentine's Day fun, check out my Valentine's Day board.
Past DIY Valentine cards, crafts, and inspiration:
Tips For Making Love Bug Valentines
Our Boy And Girl DIY Valentines
Sucker Valentine: Mom Creative Tips
101 Valentine's Gifts For Everyone You Love
Are you making a DIY Valentine this year?
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These are SO cute! I totally love them…. but does “piddle” not mean the same thing at your house? In my head I’m thinking “piddle paddle” MIGHT be sorority for a preschooler…. or a mom of 3 kids!
I can honestly say we never use the word piddle in our house. That said, I like your sorority name – ha!! 🙂
Sarah | The Teacher's Wife says
What a darling idea!! So cute! Thanks for sharing, Jessica! 🙂