Olaf Free Printable Valentine — #4
Thank you for letting me know you love these little Valentines as much as I do.
It makes my heart sing.
Here’s a quick recap of the first three.
Click on the links for access to the free printable.
#1 — O-laf you this much.
And #3 — O-laf me loves O-laf you!
Let me introduce you to the fourth and final Olaf Free Printable Valentine idea.
It’s the simplest one of them all.
What you’ll need:
— white paper
— scissors or a cutting tool
— chocolate candy hearts
— a pen
Mostly because that would be the most splendid kind of thing ever — BUT — no can do-ski.
Just know that I thought of you.]
Here’s what you do:
First — click on the free printable link and print a page or two or three.
Second — cut each sheet into quarters.
Third — tape a chocolate morsel to the valentine.
Fourth — unwrap one of those chocolate morsels and plunk it into your mouth just before you convince your little one that they really can write who it’s to and from.
Fifth — fill in the “To” and “From” parts.
And that’s it.
Except if you feel like nibbling/tasting/gobbling another one of those chocolate morsels.
Which is reasonable.
You know what I think would be extra super cute?
Let the chocolate candy hearts melt in the the warmth of the sun on your dashboard and then smash them a little.
It could be a more meaningful Valentine.
You know, because the person who receives it melted the giver’s heart.
[At the very least it could be a great story for someone’s mom or dad to share to post on Facebook.]
I hope you’ve enjoyed these fun Olaf Free Printable Valentine ideas!
They were a big deal for me just because I’d never even put a printable together.
And now I’m wondering what other printables would you like to see on the blog?