:: Star Wars Happy Valentine Day :: DIY :: Glow Stick & Printable Valentine Day Cards Kids ::

Valentine Day Star Wars

Looking for FUN PRINTABLE VALENTINE DAY CARDS? or perhaps STAR WARS VALENTINE IDEAS?

I’ve created two different versions to pick from (version #1 and version #2)! They truly are great for everyone, as they include all the Lego Star Wars characters. Here’s what you need to do:
Step 1:
Choose your preferred version and PRINT the templates below (card stock or heavyweight paper recommended). If you are computer savvy, add your child’s name on the template. If not, your child can write their names on the back of the cards or using silver Sharpie markers (or similar), have them sign their names on the front of the cards.
Step 2:
Cut out each Lego Star Wars Valentine Day Card (paper trimmer recommended). Each sheet will give you 3 Valentine Cards.
Step 3:
Using an x-acto knife, cut a small slit on the lightsaber section, where the glow stick will be coming through (see picture). Note: Be careful as you slide in the glow sticks to avoid ‘cracking’ them and making them light up.  On the backside of the card, you can tape your lightsaber in place or just add a dot of hot glue gun. On the top front side of the card where the light saber ends, you can add another dot of hot glue gun as well. This will ensure that the lightsabers stay in place and avoid them ‘cracking’ and lighting up. That’s it!

May the Force Be with You on Valentine’s Day!

Star Wars Valentines Ideas :: Print Valentines Day Cards
Download FREE PRINTABLE Version #1 below:
Star Wars Valentines Day Gifts :: Printable Valentines Day Cards Free
Lego Star Wars Valentine :: Printable Valentines Day Cards Kids  
Download FREE PRINTABLE Version #2 below: 
Free Star Wars Valentine Printables :: Printable Valentine Cards Kids 
 

 

  4 comments for “:: Star Wars Happy Valentine Day :: DIY :: Glow Stick & Printable Valentine Day Cards Kids ::

  1. Suzette Tasik
    January 13, 2017 at 2:07 pm

    how do you download the printable?

    • January 22, 2017 at 5:57 am

      Hi there!
      You can either right click on the image and “save as” to save to your computer to then insert to any program or click on “version #1” and/or “version 2” to print directly from a pdf format. Hope that helps! If you have any other questions…please let me know!

  2. Pingback: KD
    • February 4, 2016 at 2:16 am

      I agree! Star Wars was already cool, its now been made even cooler!

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