5 Little Monsters: High Five Printable Valentines

High Five Printable Valentines

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I have one last printable Valentine card to share before Valentine's Day, which I can hardly believe is just around the corner. This time I am collaborating with Team Creative Crafts as part of their monthly challenge. The theme for this month's challenge is Printable Valentine Crafts, so it was the perfect opportunity to share this last card design. 

This card idea was inspired by my 6 year old. Like I have mentioned in the previous card posts, I like to find a small, inexpensive gift idea that I can design a card around, that my kids can pass out to their friends on Valentine's Day. My son was with me as I was looking for different ideas to use and when he saw some sticky hands he begged me to get them. 

I included the sticky hands with the sticker Valentines that I shared a week or two ago, because they work with the "stick/stuck" theme of those cards, but I had a more specific design in mind for the sticky hands. 

The three cards include "High Five" and "Hands Down" phrases to go with the sticky hands. I bought a large bag on Amazon for pretty inexpensive, the packageI got had 75 sticky hands for under $10, so it would be enough for multiple kid's classes. 

You can print them off and stick a sticky hand to the card, or package it all up in a cellophane bag. Either way it is an easy, inexpensive, and fun little valentine for kids to pass out to their friends. 

Be sure to check out the other Printable Valentine Crafts being shared today!

Rocket Ship Valentine with Free Printable Word Search from Laura at Me and My INKlings


Free Printable Valentine Bingo Cards from Beth at Creatively Beth


Printable Valentine’s Day Activity Page from Lindsay at Artsy Fartsy Mama


Slime Valentine Cards to Print for Free from Laura at Laura’s Crafty Life


Free Printable Valentine Cards from Smitha at Smiling Colors


Kids Valentine Crossword Puzzle Free Printable from Shani at Sunshine and Munchkins


Travel Themed Valentine’s Day Cards from Justine at Little Dove Blog


Free Printable High Five Valentine Cards from Erica at 5 Little Monsters


Cute Last-Minute Printable Valentine Tags from Katie at the Crafty Blog Stalker


Hanging Hearts Chandelier with Free Cut File from Jane at DIY Jane

High Five Printable Valentines

You will need:


Print as many copies of the PDF as you need, each page will have 6 cards- 2 each of 3 different cards.

Cut the cards out, I used the paper cutter and cut just outside the colored lines leaving a small border of white.

Attach the sticky hand to the card however you would like, with a sticky dot or double sided tape, or staple the package to the card, or stick it all in a little bag and tie it up. Whatever you would like. 

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