Temporary Tattoo Valentine Printables for Kids via barley & birch
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Freebie: Temporary Tattoo and Sticker Valentines

Looking for a super cute, but super simple (candy-free) Valentine? You’re in luck, loves! These temporary tattoo Valentine printables are the perfect solution for a classroom full of kids who have already had too much candy – ha!

You’ll Need: 

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Temporary Tattoo Valentine Printables for Kids via barley & birch


Download and print as many tattoo/sticker sheets (20 per page) as needed. Depending on the type of paper you’re printing on, the individual printing instructions may vary, so just make sure you take a quick look at their directions as well! Cut the pages apart so each tattoo or sticker square measures about 2″ x 2″.

Print as many valentine card sheets as needed (6 per page) – we thought it would be fun to print on colored card stock – but you can print on anything!

Temporary Tattoo Valentine Printables for Kids via barley & birch

After you’ve cut along the guidelines to separate the cards, use an x-acto knife on the diagonal guides to cut the inserts for the tattoos. If you’d rather not make additional cuts, you can use a couple of pieces of fun washi tape or just a dot of glue on the back to affix the temporary tattoo.

That’s it!

*A note about Amazon affiliate links: We strive to use simple, earth-friendly supplies that can be purchased locally whenever we can, but sometimes we find the best universally available options, a rare eco-friendly find, or a niche product only available on Amazon. When included in our supply list, these products are affiliate links, and if you click-through to make a purchase, we receive a small commission that helps us re-order these supplies!

Temporary Tattoo Valentine Printables for Kids via barley & birch

About Amanda Eldridge

With a passion for cultivating imagination, Amanda aims to help families discover their creative potential and be inspired to make the world a better place through art, play, adventure, activism, conservancy, and community. When not playing with ideas, designs and projects for barley & birch, Amanda enjoys working as a modern art curator and managing her own small design business.

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