Free Animal Bookmark Valentines

Aren’t these adorable? The best part is how stinking rotten EASY they are!

Since we homeschool, my kiddos don’t have a school class to hand out cards to. But we do usually attend a homeschool Valentine’s Day party.

My kiddos also love to make each other Valentine’s cards and hand them out to their grandparents and a few of our elderly neighbors. It’s a fun tradition for them to make their Valentines while I read our favorite Valentine’s Day story, Somebody Loves You, Mr. Hatch.

These are the easiest free, animal bookmark Valentines you will ever find. Just print them, cut them apart and they’re good to go.

My kiddos also like to write personalized messages on the back to their friends and then laminate them for longevity. Sometimes they add self-adhesive googly eyes to make them extra special.

If you scroll all the way to the bottom of the post  you can download the free printable. Just look for the blue button.

Free Animal Bookmark Valentines Materials

  • Valentines printed on cardstock (download the free printable at the bottom of the page)
  • laminator sheets (optional)
  • googly eyes (optional)

How to Make Your Animal Bookmark Valentines

  1. Print your cards on cardstock then cut them apart with scissors or a paper cutter.
  2. Have your child sign the front or write a message on the back.
  3. If you want to add googly eyes, now is the time. Most googly eyes are just peel and stick, with the adhesive already on them. If yours aren’t, then just glue them on.
  4. Laminate the bookmarks so your recipients can use them for awhile.

I hope you have a blast making your own animal bookmark valentines! If you end up making these, I’d love to see a picture of them in the comments below!

Pin these free, printable, animal bookmark valentines for later!

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