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Thursday, January 26, 2017

Free Printable Play Doh Valentines


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These free printable Play Doh Valentines are perfect for little (or BIG) kids to pass out to friends. They're another good non-candy alternative for love-day treats this year. Download the Play Doh Valentines below.

Valentines for Play-Doh Cans
"Doh" not you know I want to be your Valentine? Not going to lie, the verbage on these is a bit Yoda-esque, in my opinion. But, it's a PUNNY little way to hand out a can of Play-Doh for Valentine's Day. Download your free printable Play Doh Valentines below.

Play Doh Valentines

Class Valentine Ideas

Party Sized Play Doh

For these printables, I used the "party size" Play-Doh cans, since chances are, you'd have to buy quite a few for a class party. The party-sized ones are significantly cheaper and sold in a pack. They are also smaller...so these labels are a bit little. But that also makes them pretty cute! I also used a 1" punch. You can totally cut them by hand, but the punch is a great way to do these super fast (and not lose your mind in the process).

CLICK HERE FOR THE FUN SIZE PLAY-DOH ON AMAZON.

CLICK HERE FOR THE 1" PUNCH ON AMAZON.


Class Valentines
Just cut your labels into strips first if you use a punch to cut them out.


Play Doh Valentines
I just rolled up a piece of tape to attach my labels to the tops of the cans.
I also made these without a "to" part. I feel like my kids' classes lately have requested that the "to" part of a Valentine is not filled in so it's simpler for pass-outs. I completely understand this, however, I don't like the blank space glaring at me. So, on this one, I just left it off. 
Free Valentines
CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THESE
FREE PRINTABLE PLAY-DOH VALENTINES.


Valentines for Play-Doh
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1 comment:

  1. Love all of these darling ideas! Can't decide which one to make for my "adopted" grandkids! Thank you for sharing.

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