I’m sharing a free printable Valentine for the tots in your life that love to eat squeeze pouches! Print off the “You’re My Main Squeeze” Valentine card.
We are attending our first Valentine’s party tomorrow. It’s with the mother’s group that I go to every Thursday (Mommy & Me Circle Time) with Ryder. The mom’s group is essentially a free “music” class for babies 0-18 months at a local church. You don’t have to be a member of the church to go either. I learned about it through my weekly baby boot camp class. A bunch of the girls go and invited me back when Ryder was just 3 months old. I’m so glad I went because it’s definitely a highlight of our week. We’ve had a bunch of holiday parties in the past with this group and we’ve grown quite a few friendships through it. I wanted to share the love with the babies and toddlers of our group.
After we are done with Circle Time, Ryder almost always chows down on a pouch and then goes back to crawling through the tunnels and playing with balls and musical bells. I made a simple printable Valentine that you can download and share with your favorite baby or toddler who loves to eat the squeeze pouches! They might not be able to eat chocolate just yet but they still deserve a sweet treat–even if that sweet treat is a sweet potato pouch!
Supplies to make “You’re My Main Squeeze” Valentine:
- Free printable tag
- White Cardstock
- Scissors/Paper Cutter
- Fine-Point Sharpie
- Hole Punch
- Red and White Baker’s Twine
- Baby Food Pouches
Make sure you write your baby/toddler’s name next to where the heart is!
Here is one more version in case you like having the word “Valentine” on your printable Valentine!
Once you’ve printed out the tags (3 to a sheet) you’ll want to cut them. I like to use my Paper Cutter to ensure super straight lines!Next up, sign the tags with your baby’s name!
Cut the Red and White Baker’s Twine.
Punch holes in the tags.
String the twine through the hole and tie the tag loosely around the top of the pouch.
This is what my work space looked like while I was working on my little Valentine project.
There you have it… they are all done and ready to be passed out!
I hope this helps complete your Valentine’s day with the littles ones in your life!
Looking for more Valentine’s to make? Here are a few more of my favorites:
- DIY Elmo Coloring Valentine
- “You Are Dino-Mite” Valentine
- “I Dig You!” Coloring Valentine
- “You’re “O” So Special To Me” Printable Valentine
- I “Puffy” Heart Like You – Free Printable Baby Valentine