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Pencil Arrow and Heart Valentine

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Skip the candy and make these cute pencil arrow Valentine's for your special someone! Easy and fun to make, these Valentine's are also inexpensive, making them great for classmates or daycare.



Valentine

Time: 2 minutes each
Age: Any Age
Level: Easy

Materials
Heavy Paper (card stock or construction paper)
Scissors
Single hole punch
Small craft knife
Crayons, hearts, sparkly jewels, glitter glue (optional)
Pencil
Ribbon (optional)

Method
Use the template below or make your own hearts.



Template
Right click on the image, copy and paste into word document for printing.

Cut out the hearts and put a single hole punch on either side of the heart.



cut out punch hole

Decorate and personalize your heart.



decorate

Make 4 small cuts around the hole punch to make it easier for the pencil to slide through. Insert the pencil.



cut lines

Cut a short length of ribbon and tie around the pencil at the eraser end.
Hand out your Valentine's!

Looking for other Valentine card ideas? Check out these Bee My Valentine cards or some super cute Scratch Valentine's cards!


Categories
#Love is in the Air
#Pencil
#Valentine Arrow
#Heart and Arrow
#Paper Craft
#Any Age
#Easy
#Class Valentine
#Cheap
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