Last year, as I was getting ready for Valentine’s Day, I bumped into a friend at the grocery store. She has seven children, and she was looking for an inexpensive treat for her kids to give away for Valentine’s Day. Understandably, she was a little frustrated. 25+ kids per class (times 7) is a lot of treats to buy! I was happy to have an inexpensive suggestion for her, and this year, I’m also sharing it with you!
I have an archery fan at my house who absolutely loves the movie Brave. (I’m not sure which came first, the love of bows and arrows, or the movie. Probably the movie!) She was thrilled with these Brave Valentines last year, and I was thrilled that they only cost me the price of ink and a few Pixie Stix!
If you are looking for an inexpensive Valentine idea, try this one. If you are worried about the price of ink, I threw in a mostly black and white version, too. I’m sharing the files in pdf format (print and cut them out yourself) and as Silhouette cutting files (print on your printer and then let the Silhouette do the cutting).
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Thanks for stopping by, and have fun creating valentines! While you’re here, please stick around and check out some of my other ideas. The images are linked.
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