Hot Chocolate Valentines

Valentine, you warm my heart!
And dear reader, you warm my heart too.
That’s why I made these fun little Hot Chocolate Valentines for you. All you need to do is print them out and add a packet of hot chocolate to each.
Give your friends the gift of hot chocolate with these free, printable Valentine cards.
Print enough for your elementary-aged child to give to the whole class or maybe your tween would like to gift a few to some of her close friends. They would even work as a little Valentine’s gift for your co-workers.
It would warm anyone’s heart to receive this sweet treat.
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Print up as many Valentines as you wanted. They’ll print out four to a page.
You can find the link to download the cards at the bottom of this post. 
I printed them on card stock for extra thickness, but plain copy paper would work as well. If you do use card stock, make sure you use the kind that is made to go through your printer. Otherwise, it won’t print correctly. (I’ve already made that mistake!)


I cut around the edges with some decorative scissors. (You can find similar ones here.)
I also punched a hole along each side.
Use string to tie your packet of hot chocolate to the back of each card.
If you are worried about the hot chocolate packets slipping out, attach the card to the packet with a piece of double-sided tape before tying the string.


You’re friends and family will love receiving this simple Valentine’s gift of hot chocolate.
I wish I could give one to all of you, but instead I’ll just give you the tools you need to make your own Valentines.
Happy Valentine’s Day friends!


Perfect for sharing on Facebook.

Important Note: If you are attempting to access this via work, some places have their settings set to block you from downloading anything from outside their domain. (It seems to be quite common in school districts.) Try accessing the Valentines from home or your personal account if it’s not accessible from your work account. If you’re still having problems, please send me a message and I can help you you.

Check out these other fun Valentine’s ideas:

Simple Valentine Card Making Station

12 Candy-Free Valentines

Valentine Story Stones



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Terri is a writer and mom of two elementary-aged girls. She has a passion for learning and is always looking for ways to make learning fun. You can find her at Better Than Homework where she shares fun learning activities or Creative Family Fun where she shares art, craft, and family fun ideas.

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