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Tony Stark probably never forget the Valentine’s Day class card exchange.

Oh my goodness. Valentine’s Day is this Saturday, which means the kids need their valentine cards TOMORROW for their class party exchange! Don’t panic. I’m here to help. I made two groups of superhero theme valentine cards in PicMonkey. The “My Hero Valentine” set contains 10 cards, all with the phrase “You’re my hero, Valentine.” The “My Punny Valentine” set contains four cards with a bit of extra room to tape a treat under it, with various phrases related to the superhero image on the card. All you need to do is print ’em out!picmonkey-screenshot-sparrowsoirees Aside from a color printer, you’ll need the following: – White Cardstock Paper – Scissors, Paper Cutter, or Wolverine’s Claws – Pen, colored pencils or crayons – Treats and tape (optional) SuperHeroValentines-sparrowsoirees Directions: 1) Print out the card set PDF of your choice: “My Hero Valentine” or “My Punny Valentine” (to open PDFs, click on card set link). 2) Cut down to size. 3) Have your little hero sign them. 4) Throw on your own superhero cape of choice for saving the day. Here are all the cards in case you wish to only print your favorites. By the way, these superhero masks and shields would be fun for a tyke’s birthday party invite.

Hope you have a wonderful Valentine’s Day!

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