Free Dinomite Valentine’s Day Printable

Every year, I look at Pinterest and just love all of the ideas I see. I decided to try something out new and try my hand at making my own. I scoured all around looking for fun ideas and searched all around the stores. I happened upon these CUTE dinos that were only $.98 per 8 pack. Once I saw them I knew immediately what I was going to do! Because who doesn’t love dinos? And it is a whole lot better than candy!

Supplies Needed:

Dinomite print located below. (8.5 x 11 sheet with 3 cards or 4 x6 print)

Dinosaurs (I bought mine from Walmart – 8pk /$.98)

Hot glue gun and glue gun sticks (optional).

Baker’s Twine or any string that you prefer ( I found mine at Walmart in the craft section).

Whole punch or some object to make holes for your twine (I used a tack that has a pretty thick base).


Scissors to cut your twine.

This is best to be printed out on cardstock. You could print it out at a Photo Center like Walmart, but you will still need to attach it to some cardstock so that it can be sturdy enough to hold up the little dinos. I did try to use a hole punch but I felt the holes were too big and I couldn’t reach the areas on the card I wanted to. I just used my tack to poke the holes and slid my twine through the holes from the backside of the card. Before tying down the dino I  chose to add a dab of hot glue on the dino just to make sure it wasn’t going anywhere. Don’t worry the hot glue won’t hurt the dino. All that is left to do know is your child sign their name beside the heart!

Your littles will love these and so will their classmates. What I love is these are fun for a big range of age groups! Grab your printable below!!

For 8.5 x 11 Printable just click image below.

For 4 x 6 printable just click image below.



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