Donut know what to do for Valentines Day classroom cards this year? How about sharing my sweet donut valentines with sprinkles on top!
These easy to print and share Valentines make punny delight out of everyone's favorite treat, the donut! I had great fun designing these Valentines day cards with custom sprinkles and multi colored icing.
With Valentine's Day on the heals of the holidays, it's easy to feel overwhelmed with another round of classroom parties and gifts. My donut Valentines are a super easy way to fend off this feeling of celebration fatigue and enjoy this heart-filled season!
Today is a Gift. Let's Put a Bow on it!
I pair my donut Valentines with a sprinkle donut that I place in a food grade poly bag and tie with a ribbon. You could try making your own donuts, but I like to visit our neighborhood bakery for the best sprinkle donuts!
You could add a few donut holes or substitute a full sized donut for a few donut holes for a child's classroom party. Either way, it's a sweet treat that can't be beat!
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Donut Know What I'd Do Without You Valentine
I liked using pastel colored backgrounds with more vibrant icing and sprinkles. I think the pastel is nice for the winter holiday and also stays light enough if your little valentine wants to write For and From on the front of the card.
To make your own donut Valentines this year, simple print the PDF file below onto 65 lb. or 80 lb. white card stock.
Use scissors to cut out the Valentines, sign the back and you're done! Pair these donut Valentines with a sprinkle donut for an extra sweet touch.
Donut Valentine (PDF)
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