Monday, February 11, 2013

Print and Color Valentine Card

Print, color and fold makes this into a fun Valentine card for kids.

Just fold in half on the narrow horizontal line and then fold in half on the vertical line; it will make an inexpensive card perfect for classroom.  There are a lot of flowers for the ones who want to do a lot of coloring.

It is a little generic so if a person wanted to write their special greeting such as, "Be Mine," or "Be my Valentine," they could do it on the part opposite the Happy Valentine's Day greeting.

Print, and color Valentine Greeting Card
To print the picture above just highlight it and send it to your printer or save to your device to print later.

Color the heart red pink or magenta and then the flowers any combination of lavender, blue, and violet, put a little pink or salmon for warmth. The leaves should be green but try adding a little blue to the parts that you want to be in shadow, and a little yellow to the parts that you want to be bright.

The greeting will look good in any color I suggest a dark blue.

If you wanted to change the greeting you could cut it out and make copies without it.

To see more valentines coloring pages click on the Holiday label above or in the side bar.

(c) Adron

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