Handmade Valentines: Robot Cards

Robot Valentines Day Cards

My son’s favorite thing to do right now is to play with the “Elmo Calls” app on my iPhone. The sound of the phone ringing, and Elmo’s high-pitched greeting make him *so* excited… especially when Elmo starts to pretend to be a robot. Thanks to Elmo’s tutelage, I now have a 2-year-old who is quite adept at walking and talking like a robot.

So in keeping with the norm around here, I decided to come up with some Handmade Valentines that any toddler boy — or robot-loving girl — could appreciate.

Nothing says Valentine’s Day quite like robots with chocolate hearts. Tie these fun robot-themed cards to hand-stamped bags of chocolate, and your kids will have the perfect Valentine’s Day treat for their friends at school.

Robot ValentinesClick here to download a copy of the FREE printable.

The printable cards a bit smaller than my other cards, so they will fit better with these¬†3×5-inch muslin bags.

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I used this robot rubber stamp to add some fun flair to the muslin bags, then filled them chocolate hearts and tied them onto the cards.

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Attach a chocolate heart onto the robot’s body on each card using a glue dot or double-sided tape. Aren’t they cute?

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Comments

  1. I was wondering if you thought 3×4 (instead of 3×5) inch bags would be large enough and look good with this project??

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