My daughter and my youngest son both wanted specific type of Valentines for their friends at school.
Being the crafty mommy that I am, I used a program called Pixlr and found photos online to use for her and his Valentines this year, and so far, it has been a huge success!
Similar to an Instructable I published here, I used photos I found online to write words on, print out at my local Walgreens Print shop, had my children sign their names to the cards, stick on a candy on it and “Whew!” All done.
I got the BB-8 with Kylo Ren photo from here: Game Informer dot com site.
My daughter wanted to make separate cards for the boys and girls.
We got the Monster High photo here: Oh My Fiesta in English – Monster High Link
The Minion photo came from the same website, but at this link: Oh My Fiesta in English – Minion Link
Again, I use a free program called Pixlr to add words to the photos, but it can also be done on Microsoft PowerPoint, and even in most standard Paint programs. Pixlr allows you to add all kinds of other enhancements if you need a program to make memes and such….
Here are my full-resolution cards for your use, and the only thing I ask is to give me credit on your website if you use them. I printed them into a 4 x 6 version from our local Walgreens Photo Center, so the cost was minimal for my daughter’s 30-person class and my son’s 15-child class.
My children are usually good sports about signing the cards.
The only other thing we did was place one of the Cherry Tootsie Pops on each card, and for the BB-8 ones, my son placed a piece of tape on the back of the card to tape the stick down.
After placing the lollipops, the envelope stuffing seemed to take the longest time, and of course, was the most boring. Because all the cards are the same, I placed the cards into Ziploc bags labeled boy and girl for my daughter.
Thanks for reading. I hope I can get my oldest son’s Valentines up for everyone to see and use.