Free Valentine’s Day Printable Coloring Pad Kit

Valentines coloring feature Follow Me on Pinterest You can make a fun, candy free Valentine with items you already have around your house!  Plus it’s a great gift to give out that doesn’t need a lot of candy – and it’s a fun activity to keep kids happy on Valentines Day!

For this Project you will need:

Print outs of The coloring Pad Pages,  The coloring pad and crayon toppers, and the Sand which bag topper (click below to get  the .pdf) Note:  I like to print the toppers out of card stock  but this is optional.  Print the coloring pad out of regular paper

Crayons or crayon shapes (I made shapes from a bunch of old broken crayons)

Stapler

Sandwich bags

Small 3 inch wide bag (available at craft stores, optional)

Paper cutter or scissors

Corner trimmer (optional)

Candy, confetti, ribbons (whatever you want to put in the bag or decorate with)

To see how to make the multi color heart crayons check out this post.


 

Download the free printable, tutorial below!

You can get a free copy of Adobe reader here. For Personal Use Only!  Click the picture of the pattern envelope to download the .pdf !

 

You can Get the coloring book printable here.

You can Get the coloring pad and crayon toppers here.

You can get the bag toppers here.

How to assemble the Kit:

how to printables valentines pinnable Follow Me on Pinterest Step 1

Gather your materials and print up the items you will need. Note:  There are six items each onteh pad and crayon topper page, and three items on the sandwich bag topper page.

Step 2

Cut the Coloring pad pages into quarters (notice that there are guides to help you with this).  Make sure title page is on top, set aside.

Step 3

Cut out all fo the Crayon, coloring pade, and sandwhich bag toppers.

Step 4

Fold all the toppers in half.  Round corners if desired.

Step 5 

Place pade topper (the blue one) over the top of coloring pade so it’s “pinching it”.

Step 6

Staple tthrough all the layers, stapling the topper on, and making the pad stay together.

Step 7

Place crayon shape or srayons in bag, and staple on topper with a single staple. (alt: Place strip of papelr around crayons and tape in place if no bag)

Step 8

Place all items in Sandwich bag.  Include anything else you may want in the bag.  Staple on the topper, and label!

Additional Ideas:

I’ve kept the examples pretty plain jane, but you could jazz them up with ribbon, glitter, etc.

Make it a family assembly line.  Putting these together is fairly simple, have your kids get in on the act by giving them a job to do.  Turn on some good music, and make it a family activity!

You can keep it simple or add goodies to the bag, the choice is yours!

Please note that my printer is giving me fits so the samples look a little off, refer to the .pdf to see what they really look like.

 

Angel Hickman Peterson

Angel Hickman Peterson

Creator, Editor and Author at Fleece Fun
Angel has a bachelor’s degree in Film Studies from the University of Utah, with a professional background is in film, television, radio and ad production. Angel currently divides her time between her small production company Angel Dawn Productions, her online sewing and crafting blog www.FleeceFun.com, her two little girls, baby boy, husband and on very good days also manages to get the dishes done.
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Comments

  1. 1

    kendralu says

    i would love to do this, but the coloring book printable, the coloring pad and crayon toppers, and the bag toppers (that say “can be found here”) don’t have links or anything to
    them. can i find them somewhere else? thanks.

  2. 3

    Cheryl Geiger says

    I must be missing something but I can’t find a link to the PDF tutorial. Please help.
    Thanks Cheryl

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