Here is a free printable Valentine if you need something quick and easy.  I am going to have my little girl make these for her class———-I am sure the next ones will have a generous helping of glitter for embellishment! You want to miss over 50 printable Valentines created by some crazy talented bloggers!


Download Butterfly Valentine ,print on colored card-stock, cut out, make slits for sucker, add some decorations (cut out shapes of paper, stickers, glitter, etc.), insert sucker and then add some wiggly eyes to the top of the sucker. Add a piece of tape to the back to keep the sucker securely in place.

Don’t miss  other fun printable Valentines in my Print Your Valentine’s Series.

You might be interested in the other free printable Valentine’s Day cards:

Lollipop Lily

Whirly Gig


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  4. I found a work-around for the lines. Convert this doc to a pdf. (I use the program PDF reDirect) Once you have it in a PDF file then you should be able to print without the lines. 🙂 It worked for me…hope it does for you too!

  5. Thank you for a great Valentine’s craft. My daughter and I made some for her class. They’re really cute. 🙂

  6. For those that are experiencing the issue with the lines showing up, we had the same problem with our Windows PC, but when we printed the template from our Mac (using the same printer) the lines were no longer there.

    Hope this is helpful.

  7. I’m having the same problem with the butterfly having lines. When I print out the butterfly page, there are lines crossing the middle. They don’t show up when you just view the PDF, but they do once it’s printed.

  8. Can you add “You make my heart flutter! Happy Valentines Day!” Or something like that?

  9. I too am having problems with lines crossing over the butterflies. Bummer. Would have been a cute craft. Anyone figure it out?

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