Emoji Eraser Valentine Cards – Free Printable

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These Emoji Eraser Valentine Cards are so cute and have the perfect nostalgic 90s/early 2000s look! Grab the FREE Printable below and prepare adorable valentines for your kids to hand out to friends and classmates.

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How to Put Together Valentine Cards with Emoji Erasers

When it comes to sending holiday treats for my kids’ classes, I like to switch it up every year. Sometimes I do food treats and other times I opt for toys or school supplies. This year I hopped on the nostalgia train and went with these emoji erasers because I couldn’t resist. They come in a 64 pack for $7!

To match the emojis, I created Valentine cards with a 90s/2000s vibe and they’re a perfect duo. Learn how I put these together quickly and grab the free printable for yourself below.

Free Printable Valentine Cards

Start by clicking on the button to download the valentine cards. Print as many copies as you need and cut by hand or using a paper cutter. Then, just add a small dot of hot glue and place an emoji eraser on top. You don’t need a lot of glue, a little goes a long way.

Choose either purple or blue options.

I made the cards with the yellow circle so the erasers fit there. It’s about the size of a quarter more or less. Oh and don’t worry about the hot glue, it won’t damage the erasers. I tested it out and they’re all good. If you don’t want to use hot glue though, glue dots are a good option.

Finish it off by signing your child’s name on the bottom line or let them write it themselves and you’re done!

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Aren’t these the cutest Valentines you ever saw?! I am obsessed with how they turned out and can’t wait for my kids to hand them out to their friends at school.


I hope you give this idea a try for Valentine’s Day! If you recreate this, share it on social media and tag me so I can see it. Find me on InstagramFacebook and Twitter.

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XO,

Bessy


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