I don’t know about you but I struggle with Valentines for my little boy. I just feel strange about my kindergarten sending out valentines with a cutesy little message. When I came across a site that had a Star Wars valentine with a pencil for a light saber, I loved the idea. Unfortunately, it wasn’t a printable. I decided to make some of my own and oh my goodness I am so excited to share them with you.
I totally lucked out and I found some light saber cupcake picks at my local cake supply shop, ABC Cake Decorating Supplies. I literally started giggling with glee at the store.
I have pictures with the cupcake picks or the pencils so you can do either. I also looked up online and found the cupcake picks on sale at Amazon in case you wanted to purchase some.
Okay, okay, here they are… Star Wars the Clone Wars Printable Valentines
Now for some Close-ups…
Obi wan Kenobi:
Now here is what the look like with the pencils. I love them just as much as the picks.
There are two different yoda examples because I couldn’t decide which one I liked better. In the original picture, Yoda has a light saber in his back hand, but I liked it in the front too!
These Valentine’s are so easy. You just print on card stock, cut, and add two slits for your pencils or cupcake picks! I had these printed on card stock at my local Office Max and they look amazing! If you can manage it, I would recommend having them printed, but they look great at home too. I would bump up your printer quality to the best so they really look great.
Here is the link to download the valentines:
You can print and download the Star Wars the Clone Wars Valentines from Google Drive, by clicking on the link.
The file is a 4 page PDF document. Each page has several valentines with the same character on it.
I hope you like and use these Valentines. If you do, I would love to know about it. Leave a comment or drop me an email. You can also shoot me an email if you have any problems downloading the file, I would be happy to mail you the file.
Please do not repost the PDF somewhere else. You are welcome to share the link to my blog though. Thanks!