Word Search Valentines.

Owen is in the second grade and really likes simple word puzzles. We decided it would be fun (and educational!) to make a little word search valentine to give to each of his friends this year.



To make these word search valentines I used:

I worked up the simple word search using this online generator.

After the cards were printed we stuck the golf pencils to the front using washi tape. Owen wrote his name on the inside of the card and that was it. Probably the easiest valentines we've ever made.

You can find more of my original Valentines ideas here:
Coloring Valentines
Astronaut Valentines
Love Bug Valentines

16 comments:

  1. This is so adorable and what a great idea!

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  2. Great idea, Danyelle! I love how your valentines always seem to reflect your kids' interests.

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  3. One valentine idea cuter than the other.

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  4. I love all your valentine ideas. Darling as always!

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  5. That is awesome! What a fabulous blog...very creative and sweet!

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  6. Dear Danyelle, I know you focus on crafts mostly in your blog but I *must* ask you this question and beg you to write a post about it... How on earth do you manage to care for 6 children (and one is a newborn!) AND find time to do fun things like a craft project with a child one-on-one? Do you not sleep at all or do you have some extra hours in your day the rest of us don't? We are a family of 4 and I barely manage to stay on top of cooking, cleaning and laundry after working a few hours a day... I am in awe of the superwoman you seem to be. What is your time management secret?

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  7. j'adore cette idée !... je cherche des freebies sur le Net pour les partager, pour l'instant sur Pinterest (où j'ai déjà plus de 12000 liens vers des téléchargements gratuits), en attendant l'ouverture de mon propre site, et je vais vite poster le lien pour que tout le monde puisse profiter de cette création et du lien pour créer des grilles !... merci pour le partage, Is... (si vous voulez voir ce que je fais, c'est là : http://pinterest.com/lemondedis/ )

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  8. Thank you soooo much!!! You just saved my birthday cards for 2014 and I looooove the idea which can even be adapted in different languages!! Thank you for sharing the link to the puzzle online generator!!

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  9. Danyelle, any chance you'd be willing to share a printable of this card? My 2nd grade son and I love it and would like to use it for this year, and I'd be so grateful to use your design without having to start over. Let me know! And thanks for the wonderful inspiration and design! ~Kim

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  10. I have the same question as Kim D. Could you possibly share a printable version of this card? I just tried making my own and it isn't working well in Word. My son and I really love these cards and would love to make them for his 2nd grade class. Thank you!! (dslangford@verizon.net)

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  12. Dear Danyelle, I know you focus on crafts mostly in your blog but I *must* ask you this question and beg you to write a post about it... How on earth do you manage to care for 6 children (and one is a. royalfleshtattoo.com/

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  15. Danyelle, any chance you'd be willing to share a printable of this card? My 2nd grade son and I love. Floor tiling Marlborough

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