Valentine's Day: Crazy Straw DIY Printable

Written by: High Peaks Studios

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Are you a parent looking for fun and unique Valentine printables for your child? Our Crazy Straw Valentine Printable might be just what you're looking for! This non-editable PDF download comes with 4 colorful designs sized at 3.5"x9" to fit perfectly with a crazy straw! This is perfect for kids of all ages, from toddlers to teens!! In this blog, we're going to break down exactly how you can make these yourself to ensure your kids will be yelling SIP SIP HOORAY this Valentine's Day!

What You'll Need:

supplies you will need to make the crazy straw valentine printable

Instructions:

STEP ONE

 

After purchasing the printable product, download PDF file and print them on white card stock paper, any you have on hand will work, but we do recommend a heavy paper like this for best results.

How to make the crazy straw valentine printable

STEP TWO

 

Cut out each printable using the printing guides and, using an x-acto knife, cut slits into the spot on the printable (pictured below) where you'll insert the straw until you have the desired number of Valentine printables.

How to make the crazy straw valentine printable

STEP THREE

 

Insert to straw into the opening you just cut.

How to make the crazy straw valentine printable

STEP FOUR

 

Tape the straw to the backside of the printable to hold it in place and finalize the Valentine!

How to make the crazy straw valentine printable

That's it! Simple as that!! Now let your child have fun gifting these CRAZY COOL gifts to their friends on Valentine's Day!!


If you end up using this printable for Valentine's Day, please feel free to email us any photos to highpeaksprintables@gmail.com. We love to see our products “in the wild” and would love to share them with others just like you who are looking for ideas!
 

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