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Ya’ll I don’t know about you, but I’m not real sure how it’s February 2020! But in true Heidi fashion, I will probably be late for my own funeral at some point in my life because I think I’m so ahead of the holidays and then bam they are right now! Now, for a full disclosure, my all-time favorite chocolate is the “Reeses Peanut Butter Cup”, but I also love a homemade version as well. And I swear the trees at Christmas time are even better than the hearts, as the regular peanut butter cups. But who I am I to judge all of that, if it has peanut butter and chocolate you can pretty much count me in! ***This post is NOT in partnership with Reese’s™, but if they are sending me a year’s supply of the delicious candy, I might be up for that! But in the meantime, I will just keep buying them. 🙂
Back in 2017ish I made the older Free Printable Valentine’s Card version but decided 2020 was the year to kick it up a notch. We all know that I love free, chocolate and of course kids so this year I decided to bring you these adorable “Reese of my Heart” printables. Reeses is my all-time favorite chocolate/peanut butter candy so these are the perfect addition to all of my Valentine’s Freebies that I have available for you to print.
Free Printable Valentine’s
All you have to do is download the You Hold A Reese-Valentines-Day-Printable*PDF File for crisp and clean printing. Print them out, and head to your local store to pick up the chocolate candy hearts, bags and get busy crafting. We made them in an assembly line fashion to make them go quicker, but the kids could easily do it all by themselves if you would like.
If you have a Cricut you can make them here and follow the on-screen directions. Just remember to load the cardstock into your printer and change your Cricut Explore 2 machine to the cardstock settings for the best results.
After they are cut, take the cards off of the mat and then they are ready for the kids! Now they can write to and from on the back or even on the front if they prefer. It won’t matter where they write it because if they are anything like me the candy will be one of the first things to go on Valentine’s Day.
Looking for more free Valentine’s?
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- SheRa Valentine’s Day Printables
- Spirit Valentine’s Day Printables
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- You Make My Heart Glow
- Game of Thrones Cards
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