An Astro-Ordinary Valentine Printable

Another Valentine’s Day post! This time it’s my own printable! My very first… Hope you like it! Actually there are two, cards and a CD envelope, so I should probably say my very first printable’S’..

My son is all about the planets, spaceships and the solar system, so while I was trying to decide on a theme for his valentine to the class, of course, a space theme was in order.

Printable #1- Classmate Cards, click here to download the cards.


Printable #2- The matching CD Cover, click here to download the Valentine Envelope.

And a mini tutorial on the envelope..


Printed envelopes

Scissors and/or Exacto Knife

Glue (I used the glue dots. They work fine, but am not a fan of  the waste they produce.)

Straight Edge

Contents of the envelope



Step 1: Cut the printed envelope.

Step 2: Optional. Depending on whats going inside the envelope, you can cut out the heart (that doesn’t sound very Valentine’s Dayish does it…). CD, maybe. Heart Shaped Crayon, possibly, Cookie, probably not…

Step 3: Fold. Fold back over first, then sides, then top flap.

Step 4: Glue the sides to the back.

Step 5: Ta da…. You just made an envelope.

 Step 6: Fill with whatever your Valentine will love! We’re giving heart shaped crayons (tutorial coming this week). Close with a sticker.


More Valentine’s Fun to come. Stay Tuned! What treat do your kids give thier classmates?



  1. These are so perfect for my daughter, the solar physicist.

  2. such a cute idea! i can’t wait to see the crayons, they sound adorable =)

  3. Lovely work on the printable Valentines and envelopes… Your first you say? Wow I’m impressed!

    The flat heart-shaped crayon is a great addition as well. It will fit perfectly in the envelopes!


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  2. […] also made Valentine’s for his classmates. Ok, yes, Momma made them. But Max was very excited about them and helped put the heart shaped […]

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