Pencil Classroom Valentine [Free Printable]

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"I think you are sharp" pencil Valentine with free printable

Last year I fell in love with these personalized pencils by gohobo.etsy.com and immediately thought of the potential for cute classroom valentine ideas! This is the valentine I am going to do for my 2nd grader’s classmates this year and I loved it so much I made this pencil valentine free printable to share!

Disclaimer: I have never made a free printable before, so I hope it works. You can click here to download. Hopefully.

I Think You Are Sharp Pencils 

The GoHobo personalized pencils come in all sorts of fun colors you could use for a classroom valentine like red, pale pink, hot pink, white, purple, lilac and lavender for traditional cupids.

They also have turquoise, gray, pale blue and natural for the more modern cupids, which might work well if it is from a boy. Since they come in packs of 5 you can mix and match your colors!

The text can be in black, silver, gold or white. I went with traditional red with gold lettering shown above.

Order early to allow time for production and shipping!

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I Think You Are Sharp Printable

You can print this I Think You Are Sharp printable on white 8 1/2 by 11 card stock.  Once printed, use an exacto knife or razor to make a slit to hold pencil. Use tape to secure in the back.  I am also going to use a sticky dot to adhere to the front as well.

Your child can then sign their name or decorate more if they desire.

I hope you love this idea as much as I do!

Click here to download.

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    Lisa says:

    I LOVE this idea!!! Good thing we aren’t in the same class this year, because I’m doing it too!!!! Thanks for the idea!!

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    tiffany says:

    Thank you!! Amazing idea!!

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    Jamie says:

    Thanks so much for these! I knew I wanted to use pencils for my kids valentines and came across your cute idea and printable–they were a hit!

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