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!

To make your own temporary tattoo valentines you’ll need:

Note: We prefer to shop locally or use what we have at home, but this list contains Woodpeckers Crafts, Etsy, Blick Art Materials, and/or Amazon affiliate links for reference. As Amazon Associates, we make a small commission on qualifying purchases.*

Temporary Tattoo Valentine Printables for Kids

Temporary Tattoo Valentine Instructions:

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

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!

For a tasty homemade treat that isn’t too sugary, try making your own yummy soft pretzel hearts (decorated with DIY pink and red salt!).

*A note about 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 Blick Art Materials, Amazon, Etsy, or Woodpeckers Crafts. 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!

Amanda Eldridge
Amanda Eldridge

With a passion for cultivating imagination, Amanda aims to help kids and families discover their creative potential through art, play, adventure, activism, conservancy, and community. Amanda has a background in graphic design, environmental design, and art curation. When not playing with ideas and designs for barley & birch, she enjoys working in freelance design, art, and illustration.


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