These free printable Pokemon Valentine’s Day cards with lollipops are so much fun for kids to pass out to their friends, with all of your favorite Pokemon characters!
If you’re reading this post, you probably have a Pokemon lover in your life. Yes, both my son and daughter LOVE the Pokemon GO game, they ask me to play daily and I love that it gets them to move and want to go outside! As Valentine’s day approaches, kids will be passing out cards and treats to their friends at school, and these free printable Pokemon Valentine’s day cards are so much fun give to classmates!
Free Printable Pokemon Valentine’s Day Cards – 6 Designs!
This is a super easy Valentine’s day DIY, all you have to do is print out the Pokemon Valentine cards PDF and slide in a lollipop to where it looks like the characters are holding it. No need for store bought cards this year! There are 6 designs, including a pokeball, Pikachu, Bulbasaur, Charmander, Squirtle, and the Pokemon trainer guy. Print out as many as you need to be sure the whole class is covered.
Print out the PDF and cut out each Valentine. Have your child write names in the “To/From” box on the bottom of each card. Make sure to do this step NOW, as it is harder to write on when the lollipop is in it.
You’ll notice that each character has it’s hand out to “hold” the lollipops. Adults should cut small slits on the top and bottom of the hand on each card and carefully slide a lollipop stick through. You can use the scissors, or an exacto knife, if you have one. Again: this part is for adults only.
If you can’t fit the lollipop through, DON’T force it. You’ll rip the card! Just carefully cut the slits a little bit larger. If the lollipop is a little bit loose, go ahead and tape it in place onto the back of the card.
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We hope your kids enjoy these free printable Pokemon Valentine’s Day cards, they are so much fun! These free printable Pokemon Valentine’s day cards cost nothing, so go ahead and share this post with your friends and family who love Pokemon like your kids do.