Printable Fruity Valentines

Kids love jokes and puns. These printable fruity valentines are the perfect silly cards to send to school with your child. Add them to a package of fruit snacks or fruit-flavored candy for an easy treat to hand out to the whole class.

Printable fruity valentines | One Mama's Daily Drama for Busy Mom's Heper

My nine-year-old son cannot resist a good joke. He has read every joke book in the library and never resists the opportunity to sneak a pun into conversations.

When I was afraid these were too cheesy, or maybe too mushy to hand out to friends, I asked for his opinion. After I read each card to him, he laughed out loud. I think we have a winner here.

I made these silly printables with a class Valentine’s Day party in mind, but they would also be cute to sneak into lunch boxes year-round.

Printable fruity valentines | One Mama's Daily Drama for Busy Mom's Heper

The valentines include six designs on a single page and there are two options. First, I made them using just the outlines of the fruit. They’re easy on your ink cartridge and would be a fun coloring activity for younger kids.

Printable fruity valentines | One Mama's Daily Drama for Busy Mom's Heper

The second style is colored in lightly. They still don’t use much ink, but they look a bit more finished if you’re in a hurry or have a preteen who’s too cool to color.

Printable fruity valentines | One Mama's Daily Drama for Busy Mom's Heper

Click to download the printable fruity valentines: OUTLINES or COLORED

Printable fruity valentines | One Mama's Daily Drama for Busy Mom's Heper

These printable fruity valentines make it easy to send a thoughtful and clever treat for the whole class. Start by printing and cutting out a few pages. Staple each one to a package of fruit snacks and you’re done.

These would also be good with fruit-flavored candy, like Starburst, Lifesavers, or Runts.

For a healthier option, fruit leather or fruit cups would be nice.

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Keri is a freelance writer and blogger from Texas. She is a married mom of two and a big geek. On her blog, One Mama's Daily Drama, she shares crafts, recipes, printables, and ideas that help parents navigate the chaos of family life, one day at a time.

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