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DIY LEGO Movie Valentines with Free Printable

DIY LEGO Movie Valentines with Free Printable
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You know what I did differently this year?

I did my kids’ Valentines early. Instead of rushing to Target at 7PM on February 13th and elbowing through crowds of crabby parents looking for the last box of Star Wars Valentines because apparently none of us could be bothered to pick up a box of Valentines during one of the previous 32 trips to Target I *know* we had all made in the last three weeks, I did mine ahead. Way ahead.

I love the way these LEGO movie Valentines turned out! And I made a free Lego Valentine printable for you, HOLLA!

Printable LEGO ValentinesThese were really easy. Unlike other “DIY” Valentines that require things like tricky cutting and gluing and glitter (not that I don’t love glitter…!!!), I made these as simple as possible. Because there is nothing more annoying than a printable with weird edges that you need to cut out. Also, I wanted to make sure this was something the kids could actually help with, because the idea of making all the Valentines for both kids?

Ain’t nobody got time for that, y’all!

But if you do end up making them all yourself, have no fear. I promise these are simple. In fact, after I did a few, I put the six-year-old to work and made him do the rest (it’s his party, right?!).

Rainbow LegosHere’s what you need to make these:

  • Free printable (included – scroll down to download). There are two sheets –  Side A and Side B. Each sheet has 6 Valentines on it. Print out Side A and then return the pages to the printer to print Side B. If you print these actual size, they will be 2.75″ across, which is the perfect size for the little baggies I used. To make the process even easier, just print the side with Emmet and don’t bother printing the second side.
  • Baggies – I bought these at Michael’s. They were 3″ x 4″ and cost maybe $.99. That was the only thing I went into Michael’s for. So don’t ask me how my final bill was $32 and included buttons, candy, and card stock!
  • Washi tape (but really, any tape will do) – I used some I had around the house.
  • Legos! 

I bought this Lego set on Amazon. There were enough to create 20 Valentines, with each kid receiving a red, orange, yellow, blue and green lego. 

Lego ValentinesHave your kid write their name on the Valentines, cut them out, stick them in a baggie, add some Legos (I was pretty methodical about making sure each kid got the same colors, because…kindergartners!), and seal with a piece of washi tape.

So easy, even a six-year-old can do it! 🙂

DIY LEGO Valentine Idea

Click on the black and white download button to download the files. If you have trouble, you can try clicking here or email me and I will send you the files directly.

I’m feeling pretty on top of things today…it’s not often (if EVER!) that I A) have the energy to make our own Valentines for the kids, and B) actually make them (I make all kinds of awesome stuff in my head…but it’s kind of a miracle when any of it comes to fruition).

I hope you (and your kids) love these DIY Lego Movie Valentines as much as Jack does! 

DIY LEGO Movie Valentines

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These are great! You’ve inspired me again, Carrie! My little guy will totally dig this idea. ๐Ÿ™‚

Lila JUST started loving legos and I showed her this…she was amazed! Pinned and totally doing this!

This is, no doubt, the cutest Valentine’s I’ve seen! I love the no candy ones because you know they get enough of it already, right?

LOVE these! Shared on my Facebook page and pinned ๐Ÿ™‚

What a great idea! Thanks for sharing these at the Crafty & Delicious Party. ๐Ÿ™‚ Have a great day!

Thank you!

Picked up a basic Lego set to do this with my 9 year old! He’s also going to make a Lego Valentine’s box.

My boys would love these! Such a cute idea!

Super creative! My kids would be stoked to get this Valentine! Pinning!

Super cute and creative! I love this idea!

This is so awesome! Pinned and tweeted. Thanks for sharing this at our party! I always love your amazing creations. I hope to see you next Monday because we love to party with you! Happy Tuesday! Lou Lou Girls

Awe so cute, I will have to remember this for next year

This is so cute!

I’m so wanting to do this for my boys Valentines party. I can’t seem to find the link for the legos. Could you proved the link?

Thanks

What a fun (and non-candy) Valentine’s idea. I know my son would have loved this when he was younger. Thanks for sharing at the #ThisIsHowWeRoll Link party.

These are so cute! We took our nieces and nephew to the movie when it came out and all we could sing was, “everything is awesome” for the rest of the day ๐Ÿ˜‰ Thank you for sharing these with us at Funtastic Friday!

Thank you so much for making this so easy! We ended up ordering some lego rubber bracelets off of Amazon and are planning to include them in a bag or tape them on the card. So much better than rushing to the store and way cuter too! ๐Ÿ™‚

Hi Carrie, I know this is an older post but it looks like the link to download the printable is no longer working?

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