Super Cute Emoji Candy Valentines for Kids
Emojis are the way kids talk to each other these days, right? Heck, emojis are the way we all communicate with each other! It’s a whole new language we never knew we needed. When we saw these cute candy hearts we knew we had to make some emoji valentines for kids to gift their classmates.
How else would we tell our valentines how we really felt! :heart_eyes:
I started out designing these valentine cards with just hearts and happy faces. I thought that would be cute. But then my tween daughter walked in and rolled her eyes into the back of her head. She told me she’d never gift a heart emoji to a boy classmate. The horror! She had no problem giving a boy classmate a heart candy; but if it came with a note with heart emojis… no way! So I designed some an additional class valentine with a laughing face emoji, which she thought was hilarious and perfect.
I hope you think so too!
To make your own heart candy emoji valentines for classmates, just follow the directions below:
Supplies you’ll need for your Heart Candy Emoji Valentines
- our handy printable (the printable download is available below)
- gummy candy hearts
- 3 inch treat bags
- a stapler or double stick tape
First print out your Emoji Valentine Cards by clicking here.
Then cut them out with scissors (or a paper cutter or an exacto knife, a ruler and a self-healing mat if you have it.) There are four valentines per page. Repeat as needed.
Then have your kid(s) fill out the class valentine cards with their friends’ names.
Fill your treat bags with a few gummy candy hearts, fold the bag over and staple to seal. Then fold each valentine card on the dotted line and either tape it over the cellophane bag, or staple again. I found the two-step staple-then-tape process better since I didn’t have to worry about the staple accidentally going through a handwritten name. But if you’re pressed for time I’m sure nobody will care either way.
Now you are ready to deliver your Emoji Candy Valentines! Enjoy! 😀
Published February 8, 2017. Last updated August 19, 2017.