Glow Stick Valentines: Simple DIY Valentines for Kids

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Can you believe its already time to start planning for Valentine’s Day? If you’re searching for simple DIY Valentines for kids, you need to check out these cute printable glow stick Valentines. They’re adorable and super easy to make, making them great crafts for kids! I guarantee all the students in your kid’s class will love them.

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I love these valentines because they’re candy free! I don’t know about your kids, but my son always comes home with a ton of candy after his Valentine’s Day party at school. That’s why I look for candy-free DIY valentines for kids. And these cute glow stick valentines fit the bill. The card is cute and witty and they come with a candy free trinket any kid would love to have — a glow in the dark bracelet.

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Make Your Glow Stick Valentines

I suggest printing the cards on thick card stock. The card stock will help your DIY valentines for kids adhere to the glow stick bracelets better. And they’ll be more likely to stay intact as they bounce around your kid’s classmate’s Valentine’s Day boxes.

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After you have printed the cards out for your glow stick valentines, cut out each one along the outside of the lines. Then, unpackage all of your glow stick bracelets.

glow stick printable valentine

To assemble these cute glow stick valentines, just punch a hole in the center top and center bottom of each card with a hole punch. Then, thread a glow stick bracelet through each hole. For extra security, I would suggest adding a piece of tape along the back. This will help to secure the glow stick in place. Finish by having your child sign their name to the back of each card. That way, everyone will know who passed out these cool DIY valentines for kids.

valentines using glow sticks

See how simple that is? Your kids will love passing out these fun DIY valentines for kids. And you can also be sure that no one else in their class will have the same valentines! That makes these cute glow stick valentines the best choice for your child’s Valentines Day party at school this year!

glow in the dark valentines

And for an even cooler look, tell your child to pop the glow stick valentines before dropping them into their classmate’s Valentine’s Day boxes. They’ll light up the entire box!

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  1. I am always on the hunt for candyless Valentine’s cards for my kids and can normally find some cute ones at Target. Your DIY version is awesome! I haven’t met a single child who doesn’t love a glow stick!

  2. This is perfect. It’s so clever and easy and affordable. My toddler loves glow sticks so I know he would be so excited to get this!

  3. Such a fun idea, my kids would love making these and giving to their friends, thanks for sharing!!

  4. This is so cute! My kids would love making these for their friends! Thanks so much for sharing!

  5. My kids love glow sticks!! This is both creative and affordable.. right up my alley!!

  6. Aw, fun idea. I like that it’s not candy as you do tend to mostly get candy. Plus, what kid doesn’t love glow bracelets?


  7. Alexandra says:

    This is such a cute and fun idea! I know some kids who would absolutely love this! 🙂

  8. So cute! Love using glow sticks excited to make these!

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