Laffy Taffy Printable Valentine Cards. . . if you’re looking for classroom Valentine’s Day cards, or Valentines you can give to friends or family, you have come to the right place!!
Lots of Valentine ideas are girly, so I’m always looking for Valentine ideas that my boys are willing to give to their classmates. I actually came up with this idea last year. My 10 year old loves Laffy Taffy, so he requested them. We put them together the night before Valentine’s Day, so I had to wait a year to share the idea! And yes, I had to go out and buy more candy so I could take some photos. 🙂
To make your own Laffy Taffy valentines, download and print out the sheet of cards on white cardstock. Then cut them out and fold them in half. We discovered that it’s kinda tricky to sign your name after the candy is attached, so have your child sign their name first. 🙂
Tape two Laffy Taffys to the inside of the card.
Then attach folded up tape (or double sided tape) to the top of the candy. Press the top of the card down, and that’s it!
A perfect classroom Valentine. Kids not only love the candy, they love those cheesy jokes on the wrappers. 🙂
These are sure to bring a smile to everyone in the classroom!
To download your own Valentine cards, just click on the link below:
Laffy Taffy Printable Valentine Cards
Here are a few more classroom Valentine’s Day cards:
Skittles Valentine’s Day Cards
Thanks for sharing! This is the perfect craft for someone who isn’t too crafty!
Haha – yes! Sometimes we all need something quick and easy, even if we are crafty! 😉
I always try to find fun, unique Valentine’s for daughters and this one will be great for my 7 year old. We’ll have fun tonight putting them together and trying our best to not eat all the laffy taffy’s. 🙂 Thanks for all of you creative ideas.
Not eating all the candy is the hardest part about making classroom valentines! So glad you used these. 🙂
This is such a cute idea! I like that it is rather simple to make. I don’t like it when crafts are so hard. I am not super crafty so I have to find cute and easy DIY. LOL
Rebecca E. Parsons
This just makes me laugh. How clever and a great printable too. Thanks for sharing!
Thanks Rebecca, glad you like it! 🙂
Very cute! I love simple, cute ideas like this. Awesome link up!
Thanks so much Kristin! Simple is all I have time for lately. 🙂
Alli @ Cupcake Diaries
This is such a cute idea! What kid doesn’t want Laffy Taffy for Valentine’s Day?? So fun!
NYC Single Mom
That is a such creative idea. Cant wait to check out all the links. Lots of creativity today.
Andrea @ momma inf lipf lops
Such a cute idea. Love the laffy taffy & thank you for the links to the other DIY valentin’s bloggers, looking forward to checking them out.
Andrea @ mommainflipflops.com #realmomstyle