Big Hero 6 Valentines {Printable Tic Tac Wrappers}

Ever since I thought of the idea for this post, I have been dying to show you!  If you have any Big Hero 6 fans at your house, they are going to love these Valentines!  I’m trying to hide them from my girls, but one of them peeked when I was taking pictures. She’s already claimed the black one.  (Go figure.  I thought they’d all want the pink!)  Here they are:  Big Hero 6 Valentines.  What do you think?

Disney fans are going to love these Big Hero 6 Valentines! Just for fun, use a sharpie to add a face to a tic tac on the box, and you've got a mini Baymax! {Free Printable from OneCreativeMommy.com}

Big Hero 6 Valentines

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With the success of my Frozen Olaf Valentines, I’ve been trying to think of a Big Hero 6 idea for months!  Once I brainstormed candy resembling Baymax, I couldn’t stop smiling!  Draw some eyes and  line on a tic tac, and you’ve got Baymax!  (Disclaimer.  I am not recommending that you really draw on Tic Tacs.  Please don’t poison your family.)

Disney fans are going to love these Big Hero 6 Valentines! Just for fun, use a sharpie to add a face to a tic tac on the box, and you've got a mini Baymax! {Free Printable from OneCreativeMommy.com}

What’s your favorite part of the movie?  I have to admit, I love the it when Hiro teaches Baymax to do a fist bump.  In honor of that scene, you’ll see something special at the top of the tic tac wrapper.

Disney fans are going to love these Big Hero 6 Valentines!  Just for fun, use a sharpie to add a face to a tic tac on the box, and you've got a mini Baymax! {Free Printable from OneCreativeMommy.com}

If you’re looking for a quick and easy Valentine with great kid appeal, you’ve found it.  Just print the tags, cut them out, and glue them straight to the candy box. There’s even a spot to write “To” and “From” on the back.  (Or, if you don’t want that, I created blank ones, too.)

Disney fans are going to love these Big Hero 6 Valentines! Just for fun, use a sharpie to add a face to a tic tac on the box, and you've got a mini Baymax! {Free Printable from OneCreativeMommy.com}

Just for fun, you can even add a face to a Tic Tac by writing on the outside of the package.  Just be aware that once the box gets shaken, the face won’t line up anymore.

Ready to download?  Just click the download image below to be taken to my download page.  The colors of the valentines are black and red, red and black, and pink and red.  Have fun!  I hope these are as big of a hit at your house as I hope they will be at mine!

Click to go to my download page

Thanks for stopping by today.  I have lots more Valentine ideas, so please stick around and browse!  The images below are linked to posts.  Just click on the image to go to the post.

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For more great Valentine ideas, crafts, and recipes, be sure to follow my Valentine Idea Exchange Pinterest Board.

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Heidi

Comments

  1. Heidi, these Valentine’s are so cute! You are always so clever! I love the Big Hero Valentine’s! Linda

  2. These are too cute! We’ve made the superhero ones before! I love how simple the tic tac ones are!
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  3. I love so many of these ideas! I admit I haven’t seen Big Hero but I think it’s a clever use of Tic Tacs :) I’m deciding between the superhero lollipop and the build-your-own-olaf for this year!
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    • Thanks, Nina. I honestly didn’t know what to expect with Big Hero 6. It’s nothing like Disney’s typical fairy tale story. It was actually really good. Definitely for the older kid crowd, though. It would be over the head of preschoolers. Good luck in your valentine decision. My kids loved both the olaf and the superhero. Have fun!
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  4. This valentine idea is genius! Thanks so much for sharing it along with the printable!
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  5. These are great!! I’m planning a DIY valentine round-up post. Would you be willing to let me use one picture (credited to you) with a link over to this post?
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  6. Hi! I’ve nominated you for the Liebster Award! You can check it out here:
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  7. I LOVE these Valentines! All of them! I’m going to let my kids go through and pick what they’d like to do this year. Thanks for taking the work out of it for me!!!
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  8. Nailed it! Seriously so cute Heidi!
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  9. I really liked your post and I mentioned u in my blog, because I made an entry with valentines ideas.

    ♥ Kisses ♥

    (Sorry my english is really bad)
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  10. Love these Valentines! Thanks for sharing at The Pin Junkie! They’re part of today’s Valentine craft roundup!
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  11. I Love the Big Max Tic Tacs. What type of glue should I use to glue on plastic.
    Thanks for your Ideas,
    Blanca

  12. Love all of these but especially the Big Hero 6 valentines. My college-graduate aged children insisted that we watch this movie. We just saw it and liked it as much as they did, especially the fist bump. My days for making class valentines are looooong gone- enjoy them while you can!- but I will be making and sending these to my kids. Thanks!

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