Here are some free cute little woodland animal valentine tags for you to print out and share with those you love in your life!
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and I’ve been brainstorming fun printables to share with you. I love woodland animals that have been popular lately and so I whipped these cute little woodland animal tags for you to print out and share with those you love in your life.
These are perfect as printable classroom valentines because they go well with the candy heart boxes – and they are very gender neutral. And message neutral! I can’t decide if I like the deer or hedgehog more, the fox is also pretty darling.
I thought you could print these valentine tags out and attach them to candy, like I’ve done in these photos, or some delicious baked goods. I love to make cut out sugar cookies for Valentine’s Day so I think I’ll be attaching these guys with some fun bakers twine to deliver to friends.
You can download the 8.5 x 11″ valentine tags file HERE
Please note these tags are for personal use only – but other than that, print away and have fun! *Click the link, then click the Download box at the top right to download. Give it a minute to process and open. You do not need to sign up for an account.
Remember to print them at full scale (no shrinking or fit to page). You only need a pair of handy-dandy scissors to cut them out.
What is your favorite Valentine candy? I love the traditional conversation hearts, always have, but you can’t beat a Reese’s heart. 🙂
I printed these out on my home printer, its super easy, but if you want an even brighter print download the file and save it to a thumb drive and take it to office max or staples and have them print it out on cardstock. I want a laser color printer so bad, you can’t beat the vibrant colors!
Valentine’s Day is such a fun holiday, its all about showing the people that you love a little appreciation. Its the only holiday I can decorate with pink (and you know I’m all about that) and get to each chocolate all day long. 😉
Happy Valentine’s Day planning! I hope you enjoyed this post, I’m Angela from Handmade in the Heartland. I’m always sharing my favorite holiday recipes and crafts over on my blog, stop by and say Hi!
Before you go, don’t forget to check out these additional printable valentines for kids: