Feb 052018
 

If your child wants to impress their friends at school, have them hand out some of these adorable Printable Dinosaur Valentine's Day Cards for their classroom exchanges this year.

When I was a kid I loved exchanging valentines with my classmates in school. Back then the only real option was the store bought kind, which are totally fine by the way, but now that I am the mom I like to get creative with my my kids valentines. I ended up making these adorable Printable Dinosaur Valentine’s Day Cards this year and I am super happy with the way they came out.

Printable Dinosaur Valentine’s Day Cards

If your child wants to impress their friends at school, have them hand out some of these adorable Printable Dinosaur Valentine's Day Cards for their classroom exchanges this year.

Here’s what you need:

  • Glitter Cardstock
  • White Paper
  • Scissors
  • Paper Cutter
  • Glitter Tape or Washi Tape
  • Glue Stick
  • Mini Dinosaur Figures

If your child wants to impress their friends at school, have them hand out some of these adorable Printable Dinosaur Valentine's Day Cards for their classroom exchanges this year.

Here’s what you do:
1. Print out as many of the  Valentine’s Day cards as you need (use portrait mode on printer). Click here to get yours (they come 4 to a page).

If your child wants to impress their friends at school, have them hand out some of these adorable Printable Dinosaur Valentine's Day Cards for their classroom exchanges this year.
2. Use a paper cutter or scissors to carefully cut out each card.

If your child wants to impress their friends at school, have them hand out some of these adorable Printable Dinosaur Valentine's Day Cards for their classroom exchanges this year.
3. Use a paper cutter or scissors to cut out the glitter cardstock, but make sure it is slightly larger than the actual Valentine’s Day card. Also, you don’t have to use glitter cardstock – any cardstock is fine.  I just liked the way the glittery paper looked, so that is what I used on mine.

If your child wants to impress their friends at school, have them hand out some of these adorable Printable Dinosaur Valentine's Day Cards for their classroom exchanges this year.
4. Use a glue stick to attach the card to the cardstock. Be sure to allow them to dry completely.

If your child wants to impress their friends at school, have them hand out some of these adorable Printable Dinosaur Valentine's Day Cards for their classroom exchanges this year.
5. Use glitter tape or Washi tape to attach a mini dinosaur figure to each card.

If your child wants to impress their friends at school, have them hand out some of these adorable Printable Dinosaur Valentine's Day Cards for their classroom exchanges this year.

6. Once the glue is all dry, your cards are ready. These are perfect for classroom Valentine exchanges!

Pro tip: They sell mini dinosaurs at the Dollar Tree and Dollar General all year round, so you can get them a few at a time if you are planning on making a lot of cards to hand out.

If your child wants to impress their friends at school, have them hand out some of these adorable Printable Dinosaur Valentine's Day Cards for their classroom exchanges this year.

Hope your kiddo enjoys handing out these Printable Dinosaur Valentine’s Day Cards to their friends!

  35 Responses to “Printable Dinosaur Valentine’s Day Cards”

  1. Those are so cute! My son would have loved these when he was younger. They’re the perfect card for any little dinosaur lover!

  2. These are so cute! My kids would love to make these for their friends and teachers.

  3. You win again for a great DIY card/craft that kids will love to give to their friends and be the hit of the class. I wish my kids were younger and liked dinosaurs again.

  4. These are absolutely the cutest. My kids would loooove these to hand out!

  5. I love the fact that you glued this on glittery paper! It makes this DIY that much better! So adorable for Valentine’s Day.

  6. Awe these are really cute! My little ones are super into dinosaurs right now.

  7. This is so cute. I love this as a class Valentine idea, what kid doesn’t like dinosaurs?

  8. This is a really cute printable. The kiddos would love these for sure.

  9. Love these crafts. We’ve got to hand out V-Day notes in our son’s class next week.

  10. I used to love getting my kids crafts at Valentine’s Day. Love this one

  11. I love that it’s says friend instead of being romantic. Last year my son got one that said, ‘you’re hot’ and had fire on it. We still poke fun at him over that one. 😉 🙂

  12. I love that it’s says friend instead of being romantic. Last year my son got one that said, ‘you’re hot’ and had fire on it. We still poke fun at him over that one. 😉

  13. These are really cute! Kids will surely love these!

  14. These valentines are so cute and unique! I love that you can get the dinosaurs at Dollar Tree. I like this idea much more than candy valentines. I know the kids will love receiving these.

  15. This is such an awesome idea! We’re just doing mini gift bags and passing those out. I prefer cards like these to the boring store bought ones!

  16. That is such a cute idea! It is easy and it’s cheap and I know my kiddo would love it for his valentines cards.

  17. These are so cute!! Now I wish I had a color printer. I think I’ll do black and white and let my kids color them in with their imaginations. Way better than the Valentine’s I bought from the store and I’m sure their friends will love them!

  18. I don’t have to help make valentine cards anymore. For those who do this would be a really cute way to decorate and makes cards.

  19. These Valentine’s cards are super cute. The dinosaurs are something that my sons would have enjoyed when they were young.

  20. This is definitely fun for boys. Cute vday card concept!

  21. This is so cute! I have half these materials! What a fun thing to let your kids make and give to friends.

  22. Love the “Friendosaur” aspect to this printable. Love that it’s gender neutral too and that it doesn’t necessarily adhere to the pink and reds we always see during Valentine’s Day.

    • Yeah, this is so cute. I love that it’s something that both boys and girls will enjoy. What kid doesn’t like dinosaurs?

  23. What a cute idea. Great way for kids to give a fun treat to their friends this Valentine’s Day.

  24. These are a fun. I was just asking my daughter if they were doing any Valentine’s Day stuff in school. They don’t celebrate much and it is killing me. I am sending her to school with DIY cards for sure.

  25. Oh my goodness how cute are they! Such a lovely idea to give them to a friend on Valentines!

  26. My nephews adore dinosaur! This is a good way to incorporate what they like to a possible activity they can do to keep them busy and amused!

  27. Wow, this is a great activity or kids this coming Valentines. This will boost their creativity. Such a fun and enjoyable learning activity for them.

  28. This is so cute! All kids are obsessed with dinosaurs and what a perfect little Valentine’s gift that is. I will bookmark this article and get back to it when my grandkids are old enough to exchange Valentines gifts at school.

  29. My nephew would be over the moon with these Valentine’s Day printable dinosaur cards. He and his best friends love playing with their dinosaur figurines and a new one to add to their collection would make them really happy! Thank you for the idea.

  30. These are the cutest cards for Valentine’s Day! I’m pretty sure the kids are going to love the mini dinosaurs!

  31. What a great idea this is. I think this is better than handing out candies!

  32. How adorable are these Valentine’s Day cards. I love that they are cute for boys or girls. I might just print these out for my kids.

  33. That is a really cute card idea! I am sure the kids will love these!

  34. These are such fun dinosaur Valentines. My son would love these. May have to print these out!

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