Your kiddo’s Valentine’s Day party is creeping up. If you haven’t already finished up her Valentine’s cards, let me help you out! I put together six sweet tea loving bunny Valentines for your little love bug to take to school for her classmates.
Print them now to save yourself a night of glue and stickers and glitter…everywhere!
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Seriously, how precious is Mr. Squeakers and his bucket of flower joy?!?!
This month I wanted to follow in the tradition of my dear friend and offer both a lock screen background graphic for smartphones as well as a more minimal (but equally beautiful) background wallpaper. That way, the graphics won’t interfere with your apps.
My sweet friend, Neesha, over at Paper Wand is the inspiration behind the creation of these fun free phone wallpapers and lock screen graphics! Her newest graphic is the most beautiful watercolor hearts. You absolutely must go check her out and show her some love. Trust me, you’ll absolutely thank me when you peek at her beautiful creations. They’re right up your alley.
If you love adorable Valentine goodies for your sweetie, be sure to check out the Little Girl’s Pearls Valentine jewelry line. ♥
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It’s here! Hooray! I love making these every year. This is my third annual free Valentine’s Card printable & I went a with a bit of vintage inspired fruit & fun theme. This is my most popular post every year – hooray!! I’ve added the links to the previous years’ Valentine’s below in case you’d like to see them all. They’re perfect for your kid’s classroom Valentine Party or your very own Galentine celebration with your bestie!
It’s still early enough that you won’t have to stay up the night before Valentine’s Day, frantically gluing, glittering and stickering…I’ve got your back, mama. Just print, cut & have your kiddo sign them. Super easy peasy.
Okay, lovelies, I printed mine on matte photo paper (matte, so that they can be signed by your little). But honestly, card stock will totally work in a pinch! Don’t fret! You’ve totally got this. If you’re feeling extra fancy, you can send them to a photo printing place like Staples or Walmart, otherwise your home printer is just fine.
If you’re feeling super extra fancy, feel free to tape a heart chocolate on the back of the card (or a quarter for older kids if you’re looking for a candy-free Valentine option). Voila, chocolate, cute cards, signed by your kiddo…score one for mom!
Okay, so click the button below to download your PDF printable. Then print away! It will print on a regular old 8 1/2″ x 11″ paper, and the cards measure 3.5″ square (that will help when you’re measuring out to cut).
How did it go? If you use the cards (from any of the years), I would sooooo love to hear your stories & see how they turned out for you! If you tag them #littlegirlspearls when you post them, I will be able to find them. I’m so excited, and I can’t wait to see what you come up with!!
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Happy Valentine’s Day, you lovely mama!
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On your wedding day, your flower girl is probably almost as excited as you are. She gets to dress up in a special dress, be part of a fairy tale day, and walk down the aisle with all eyes on her. She might also be a little nervous. After all, all those expectant faces can be a little daunting for a little girl! Whether she’s nervous or excited (or probably a mix of both), your flower girl will be an important part of your wedding day. Wedding guests love to ooh and aw over an adorable flower girl walking down the aisle, and you can share precious moments dancing with her at your reception.
Here are some ideas for thoughtful flower girl card messages that will light up her smile and make her extra happy that she gets to be your flower girl.
Thank you for being my flower girl! I’m so lucky to have a wonderful young lady like you walk down the aisle with me. Thank you for helping to make my wedding extra special!
I couldn’t have picked anyone better to be my flower girl. With your bright smile, beautiful dress, and graceful walk, you’re going to be the best flower girl anyone has ever seen. I can’t wait to watch you walk down the aisle. Thank you for being my special flower girl!
What makes a great flower girl? A beautiful dress, a happy smile, some lovely flowers, and a golden heart. Luckily, you have all of those! Thank you so much for being my flower girl. I’m so glad I get to share this special day with you.
Thank you for being my flower girl! I hope you have so much fun walking down the aisle, dancing, and eating cake later today. I’m so glad we get to share our wedding with you.
A special thank you for being such a wonderful flower girl. You did such a fantastic job, and all the guests loved watching you walk down the aisle with your bright and beautiful smile. Thank you for helping to make my wedding day perfect.
Thank you for being such an amazing flower girl! I’m so glad I chose someone as kind and happy as you. You made me smile so many times on my special wedding day, and I know you brought smiles to everyone who saw you. You helped make my wedding day the happiest day of my life!
Thank you for being my flower girl! You did such a wonderful job walking down the aisle, and after I watched you, I didn’t feel as nervous anymore. Thank you for helping to make our wedding so special!
Thank you for adding your beauty, happiness, and special flair to our wedding day. We couldn’t have done it without you, and we couldn’t have asked for a better flower girl.
Thank you for being our flower girl! You carried your special flowers so beautifully! You made the beginning of our wedding really special. We had so much fun sharing our wedding with you.
Thank you for being our superstar flower girl! You looked like a princess in your dress, and you made everyone smile as you walked down the aisle. We’re so grateful you could be a part of our special day.
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To show some appreciation for your flower girl superstar princess, you may want to treat her to a special gift or card. Traditional gifts include something she can wear during your wedding and then keep as a keepsake, such as a piece of flower girl jewelry, or a toy she can play with to keep from getting bored during the reception. A card, whether accompanying a gift or on its own, can help show your gratitude for your little flower girl and make her feel extra special.
Do you have any stories about your flower girl on your wedding day? They can be so cute and SO funny! They bring such a lovely levity to the day. They help the bride keep her sense of humor!! I’d love to hear your stories. ♥
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