1. Love Bug Valentines

If your son is not all about teddy bears and hearts for Valentine’s Day cards, he’ll love these!

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2. Kool-Aid Valentines

The best thing about these cards? You can almost always get Kool-Aid for cheap with coupons!

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3. Tic Tac Toe Valentines

Getting this Valentine would be like receiving three gifts in one!

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4. Extra Awesome Valentines

What kid doesn’t like long-lasting flavor in their bubblegum? Plus, you can get these super cheap at a dollar store.

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5. One in a Minion Valentines

Pudding cups dressed as minions?! That’s brilliant!

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6. Paint Strip Bookmark Valentines

I love this idea, but you may want to collect your pink and red paint strips from a few different stores, so people who are actually interested in painting their homes this color have the swatches they need.

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7. Don’t Change Valentines

Because who doesn’t love chocolate disguised as money?!

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Related: Valentine’s Candy Airplanes Your Kids’ Classmates Will Love

8. I’ve Got My Eyes on You Valentines

Simple, yet absolutely adorable! And imagine how much fun your child will have gluing down those googly eyes!

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9. Pencil Valentines

These are perfect for any classmates who have food allergies and can’t accept candy in their Valentines.

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10. Gumball Machine Valentines

How cute and colorful are these?! Just make sure your child is careful in the delivery process (these babies are meant to lie flat).

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11. Clementine Valentines

Another great, healthy alternative to candy, and such a cute idea!

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12. Awesome Sauce Valentines

It can’t get much easier than this! Just use the free printables from Delia Creates, cut, and tape to the tops of applesauce cups, which you can likely find coupons for!

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13. You Light Up My Life Valentines

Glow sticks: my children’s favorite find at the dollar store. Use them to create these clever cards you know your child’s classmates will love (these are probably best for older kids.)

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14. So Glad We’re in the Same School Valentines

Use Swedish fish for sweeter treat.

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Related: DIY Valentine’s Popsicle Stick Puzzle

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