You Blow Me Away: Two Free Valentine Printables

You Blow Me Away - Two Free Valentine Printables for Preschool and Grade School Ages via MakelyHome.comMy kids love Valentine’s Day.  The look forward to coming home from school and pouring over each and every valentine that they receive from their classmates.  Then, I have to hide the candy and dole it out over the course of the next few weeks.

So, when my friend Jamie at C.R.A.F.T. asked if I’d like to be part of her valentine printable blog hop, I was excited!  Some of you may be joining me for the first time from Vanessa at Tried and True, and I welcome you to Makely!

Last year, I made the cutest little “Your Friendship is a Lifesaver” printable valentines.  This year, I chose the theme “You Blow Me Away.”

I wanted to attach bubbles to the printable for both Zack’s (8) and Emma’s (3) classes.  But, Zack thought those were “a little bit babyish” for him.  So, we decided to use the same theme but give his friends bubble gum instead of bubbles.

You Blow Me Away - Two Free Valentine Printables for Preschool and Grade School Ages via

You Blow Me Away - Two Free Valentine Printables for Preschool and Grade School Ages via

Both of these valentines are available for you to download and use yourself – for free!  They each come with 6 per page.  You can print them out yourself on your home printer or send them to a copy shop to have them printed for you.

Download them for free by clicking below:

You Blow Me Away – Whale Valentines
You Blow Me Away – Cow Valentines

I bought the bubbles at Party City for about 50-cents a piece (but you can find bubbles just about everywhere).  At Party City, I also bought some clear treat bags and a large bag of bubble gum.  I punched a hole in the top of the valentines and attached them to the treats with silver curling ribbon that I already had on hand.

Both kids are really happy with their valentines, and they can’t wait to hand them out!  Now, I just have to keep explaining to them that they have a whole month to wait before the big day.

You Blow Me Away - Two Free Valentine Printables for Preschool and Grade School Ages via

Ready for more free printable valentines?  The next stop on the blog hop is Jamie of C.R.A.F.T. herself!  She’s a local Austin friend and I just love her to pieces.  She has some of the cutest ideas – I can’t wait to see what she came up with for Valentine’s Day!

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About Lindsay Ballard

Lindsay Ballard is a former college mascot turned political geek turned DIY fanatic who is conspiring to live in a Technicolor dream world. Her designs are bold and graphic, while her spirit is fun and full of color. Lindsay chronicles her projects and design ideas here at Makely, where she shares daily tutorials and inspiration. Lindsay lives outside of Austin, Texas with her husband (Tom), children (Zack and Emma) and dogs (Jack and Duke).


  1. Hey there Lindsay! How are you! These are over the top fabulouso!! LOVE LOVE LOVE THEM! Printing them out for me! Sending hugs and wishes for a picture perfect day!!!

  2. What an adorable idea! And affordable! We might just have to do that for my kids class mates!

  3. How adorable!

  4. So darling! Love the little illustrations!

  5. This is such a great idea im sure I could use them for something else besides Valentines.


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