Valentine’s Day is approaching so I decided to help out my kids with their Valentine’s celebration. When my daughter asked me if I could design some cool Valentines’ card to pass to her classmates and teachers I could not be more exited. But at the same time I was puzzled – what should I design?
Of course her class knows that Anna’s mom is an artist, so they likely expected me to draw some of my fun art. However, when I looked at my artworks I did not find any hearts of lips there. Then I became anxious – how can I make cute and playful Valentine’s Cards for my daughter on time?
But then idea came to my mind – how about to create Valentine’s cards from the art I already have?
I brainstormed the ideas and themes, and then found some cute llamas I draw long ago. So I decided to give this llamas new meaning – to become Valentine’s Day heroes! Besides, I know that kids at Anna’s class love llamas! (Who doesn’t ? Lol!)
After looking through Pinterest and Google, I added punny sayings to the Llama’s Valentine’s Cards to make them even more hilarious. I can’t wait for Valentine’s day to come so my kids will pass this Valentine’s cards to their class and teachers!
This are some punny sayings I included:
I think you’re woolly cool!
You’re a whole llama fun!
I really llike you! (Love the double LL)
Llama be your Valentine!
Sending you some llama llove! (Another trendsetting double LL )
This is inexpensive cool idea to give to friends at school as Valentine’s greeting! And you can snag the free pintables below to use them for Valentine!
Here is what I used to prepare this DIY Llama Valentine’s Cards:
* Free pintables with 6 different designs in horizontal orientation (find link for download below)
* Photo paper or cardstock paper
* Printer and ink
* Scissors or paper trimmer
I printed Llama Valentine’s cards on 8.5x11 inches 100 pounds cards stock paper but you can use regular photo paper (regular printer paper will work as well). The easiest way to cut them is by using paper trimmer, but you can definitely use scissors if you don’t have one.
I am very pleased that my Valentine’s cards turned out so engaging and punny, my kids are very exited about giving them away!
After you cut Valentine’s cards you your child should write his/her name in the section “from:” and names of the friends in the section “to:”
If you are the same llama fan as me, then you can download this Llama Valentine’s Cards here.
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