This post is so nostalgic for me! I originally made a Ninjago Valentine for my oldest son 7 years ago when he was super obsessed with Legos. He has since moved on (now he’s trying to spend all my money on expensive sneakers instead of huge Lego sets) but we had so many awesome years of playing with all the different themes. I decided to put together a printable to make your mom life easier if your kid is currently in a Ninjago phase. Just print, cut and give! Boom. So easy. First, let me say that if your kids love Lego, I’m sorry. I know the pain of finding those sharp little bricks lying around the house or having to pry two small pieces apart with your fingernails. But I also know the hours of creative fun your kids can have putting the sets together or building their own towns. Ninjago was a big favorite of my son. He was in a big ninja phase and the fact that Lego had a Ninjago set was the best thing ever!
I knew my son would love to pass out Lego Ninjago Valentine’s so I decided to get all crafty and make them myself. I created this printable in case you wanted to pass out these cute Valentine’s to your kid’s friends.
How to Make a Printable Ninjago Valentine
If your kids are like mine, they probably want to give out candy along with their Ninjago Valentine’s cards. Just pick up some candy at your local store and make little pouches to attach to these cards. I would grab those inexpensive cello bags and use some cute ribbon to tie them closed and add these as a tag.
Or you can make these cute Lego heart necklaces. This would require a little bit of planning so make sure to order the pieces far enough ahead of time!
Print out as many pages as you need. Each page will have 6 cards on it. I kept these black and white to make them really modern and clean. Your child could easily color them in with colored pencils or crayons. I love things that can be an artsy activity for your kids and a gift to give to others. Use your paper cutter to cut out your Ninjago Valentines. This is my FAVORITE paper cutter. I’ve used it for, like ever. It’s super easy to use and I like that it’s not the guillotine style. Kids are “helpers” and I hate the idea of them reaching as the cutting arm is coming down. Ew.
This whole project only takes a few minutes which I love!!!
Then just have your kids sign the cards. Most schools don’t want you to address them to the classmates so all you have to do is put their name.
I don’t want to say that I’m lazy, but I’m totally lazy. If a DIY Valentine requires cutting, scoring, bending and gluing, I’m not doing it. This easy printable Ninjago Valentine requires printing and cutting in a straight line. You’re welcome.
Download your Printable Ninjago Valentine Here!
Printable Instructions for Ninjago Valetine’s Cards
- Download the Lego Ninjago Printable
- Print out the page (each page has 6 cards, print as many pages as you need)
- Use a paper cutter or scissors to cut out the Ninjago Valentine's
- Have your child sign their name to the cards
YOU GUYS! How cute is this? This is the original Ninjago Valentine’s we made 7 years ago! How cute is his little heart for the “O”?! He was so proud to pass these out to his kindergarten class. Now he’s in 7th grade. Maybe I can get him to give these out again this year…I could almost feel him rolling his eyes as I wrote that.
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