Valentine’s Day: Glow Stick Valentine Printable

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Last year, for Valentine’s Day, I crafted up valentine robot snacks and car valentines for my little guy. This year, he wanted a glow stick Valentine’s Day card and this is what I came up with! What child (or adult) can resist a glow stick? My kids enjoy taking them into the bath tub and we turn down the lights for a glowing bubble bath. They also use them as night lights. Head to the dollar store for the larger glow sticks, they come in 4 packs and are only a dollar. Older kids will enjoy helping to assemble these cards. Happy Valentine’s Day! 


Glow Stick Valentine Printable
Card Stock Paper
Hole Punch
Yarn or String
Glow Stick


Step 1: Print out the Glow Stick Valentine Printable on white card stock paper. 

Glow Stick Valentine Printable

Step 2: Using a paper cutter or scissors, cut out the Valentine’s Day cards. Your child can add his or her name at the bottom if they wish.

Glow Stick Valentine Printable 1 copy

Step 3: Using a small hole punch, punch 2 holes in the center of each card, as shown in the photo below. 

Glow Stick Valentine Printable 2 copy

Step 4: Thread a piece of yarn through the holes and tie the glow stick to the card, as shown in the photo below. Hand out the cards to friends!

Glow Stick Valentine Printable 3 copy Glow Stick Valentine Printable 4 copy

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Robot Valentine's Day Snacks for Kids

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Welcome to See Vanessa Craft! I’m Vanessa, an MSSW and mom of two in Arizona, and I’m happy you’re here to get inspired with me. It’s my mission in life to spread creativity through crafts, recipes, travel and more in order to live a life well lived.