Olaf free printable | #2

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Olaf free printable | #2

[This is a repost from a set of Valentine printables that made their debut awhile ago. They’ve made their way back to the blog for a couple of reasons.

One–it was the first time I offered a printable and I felt brave.


Two–these are the posts that y’all liked the very most. Thank you for that.]

It’s the second Olaf Valentine’s Day free printable.

Here’s the first one.


I can’t imagine that my nieces are the only ones whose hearts go melty when they see Olaf.

“This is adorable! Alice liked it too. She yelled ‘My Snowman!’ and then hugged my laptop and burst into a rendition of ‘Let it Go’.”

That’s not a made up anything. It’s a real and true testimonial.

From a two-year old.


I can’t possibly be the only one whose heart went melty when they watched this.

Prince Charming hasn’t charmed as many folks as this little guy.

Here’s what you’ll find when you click on the printable link at the end of the post.

[Minus the rug frame and the Sweet Creek Moon.]

Here’s the completed valentine just in case you want to skip over the tutorial and get right to the printable.

Here’s a ‘how-to’ for the first Valentine that might answer any questions you have. If it doesn’t answer your questions, please let me know and I’ll answer as quickly as I’m able.

–Print the Valentines (4/page)

[Please print the first one–a trial one–on a piece of copy paper just to make sure it’s centered and all that.]
–Cut the 8.5 x 11 sheet of paper into quarters.
–Place a candy heart (it will become the balloon) where e’er you’d like. Mark the point of the heart with a dot.
[A little dot–not an elephant dot. You’ll see why. Oh–and don’t tape the treat on yet. At this point it’s just a reference for placement.]
–Draw a quick bow [because balloons float away when they’re not tied with a string].
I know you already know this–but just in case there is one of you that will benefit from it–WoO-HOo!
It’s very much like a fancy figure 8 that in no time at all you will be whipping out like a pro.
–Add the balloon tail.
Some are worth melting for string
–Write what you need to write–the to and from part.
–Tape the candy heart in place.

From this:

To this:

Now is the time for everyone making the valentines to do a little happy dance of completion.
Simple is true.

Ta-da! There’s your Olaf free printable for the day.


Two down–two to go.


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19 thoughts on “Olaf free printable | #2

  1. So great! My little girls are obsessed with Olaf and this was an easy Valentine for both my preschooler and first grader…thank you for posting!!

    1. That kind of post makes my heart sing. ~smile~ I would be delighted if anyone would send a photo of putting the Valentine’s together. I’d love to make a collage. If it ever crosses your mind–please do.

  2. I am thrilled that you printed and used the Valentine! Thanks for letting me know–and if you ever feel like it–I would love a pic of the finished bunch of Valentines and even the people making them if you want. I’m trying to gather enough pictures to make a cute collage. And–you are very welcome. ~smile~

  3. This was awesome. Thank you for the free printable. It only cost me $4.50 CAD at the copy and print centre to get 5 sheets (20 valentines) printed on glossy cardstock and they cut the sheets into quarters for me!

    1. Yay! I’m delighted that you found these and can put them to good use. Where are you from? I don’t recognize the monetary abbreviation.

    1. Jessica, I’m going through all four of the Olaf Valentine’s Day free printable ideas to make sure the links are working. Thank you so much for the heads up! Enjoy!

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