Valentine’s Day: Printable Ice Cream Lip Balm Cards

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You Make My Heart Melt Valentine Printable copy

My daughter decided on jumping frog valentines this year for her classmates, but wanted to do something a little different for her dance class friends. We spotted the cutest ice cream lip balms in the party favor section at Target and scooped them up (pun intended). I crafted up a simple “you make my heart melt” card to attach to them and she can’t wait to pass them out at dance! If you can’t find the ice cream lip balms we used, these ice cream sundae lip glosses or popsicle lip balms would work! Stay tuned to see what I have up my sleeve for my son’s Valentine’s Day cards this year. Last year we did glow sticks.

SUPPLIES

Ice Cream Lip Balms
White Card Stock
“You Make My Heart Melt” Printable
Scissors
Hole Punch
Twine

INSTRUCTIONS

Step 1: Print the “You Make My Heart Melt” printable cards on white card stock paper. 

You Make My Heart Melt Tags You Make My Heart Melt Printable Ice Cream Lip Gloss Tags for Valentine's Day

Step 2: Cut around the card lines and punch a hole near the “Y” in “You”. 

You Make My Heart Melt Printable Ice Cream Lip Gloss Tags for Valentine's Day

Step 3: Attach an ice cream lip balm to the card with twine.

You Make My Heart Melt Printable Ice Cream Lip Gloss Tags for Valentine's Day

Step 4: Hand out to friends who make your “heart melt”!

You Make My Heart Melt Printable Ice Cream Lip Gloss Tags for Valentine's Day

You might also like these Valentine’s Day ideas:

Valentine’s Day Teddy Bear Tea Party
Valentine’s Day Crispy Treats
Heart Shaped Pizza Cookie


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I'm Vanessa and it's my mission in life to spread my love of hot glue guns and glitter to others. I suffer from craft ADHD, regularly working on at least 10 projects at the same time and my craft room looks like a tornado hit it. My first craft book, Party in a Jar, was published in 2014. I look forward to crafting with you!

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