Oh, LEGOs. With 3 kids, each getting their own sets over the years, we have a lot of LEGOs. Many lying in wait in the darkest recesses of toy boxes and bins, never to be played with again. So what to do with all those LEGOs? When it’s Valentine’s Day, you incorporate them into our LEGO Valentine’s Day Cards!
For this, I wanted to make cards with colorful lettering. Then, wanting them to relate to LEGOs, they each say, â€œI hope our connection will never LEGO, Happy Valentine’s Day!â€. This way, they’re perfect for your kid to take to school and pass out to all their friends.
Print a sheet of 12 LEGO Valentine’s Day Cards.
There’s a heart in the middle of the card, which is where you glue one of your stray LEGOs.
If your house is anything like mine, you should have a lot to choose from.
LEGO Valentine’s Day Cards
- LEGO Valentine’s Day Cards printable
- white cardstock
- stray LEGOs
Download and print the LEGO Valentine’s Day Cards printable on cardstock. I used plain white paper in the images, as a test, but cardstock will hold up better. Cut out each along faint grey line. In the heart of each card, take a single stray LEGO and glue securely in place. On the back, you can write who they’re to and who they’re from, or just pass out as is. If you don’t have lego at home or you want to make the unique details by yourself, you can use a simple ABS 3d printer for making them.
These are such fun cards for your child to take to school and pass out to their friends. What kid doesn’t love LEGOs?
Be sure to check out more Valentine’s Day ideas at Our Kid Things!