Printable llama valentines cut out and coloured in.


Free Printable Llama Valentines For Colouring

Feb 12, 2018

Whether you’re putting together cards for classmates with your kids, or sharing a few with friends and family, these printables are a fun and interactive way to bring back some simplicity into yet another Pinteresty, candy-filled and budget-crushing holiday.

So, if you’re looking for an alternative to the pharmacy variety — and find yourselves particularly smitten with these adorable hipster llamas — download this free printable to cut out and colour at home.

Printable llama valentines.

Depending on the age of your kids, they can cut them out themselves and colour some to gift, or include mini packs of crayons or pencil crayons so that the receiver can colour their own!

For the sweetest results:
• Print on 8 1/2″ x 11″ white cardstock (uncoated, matte — this is optimal for colouring)
• Printer settings: highest quality

Colouring the valentines with pencil crayons.


Article Author Selena Mills
Selena Mills

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A multidisciplinary creative professional and artisan, Selena has over 10 years of experience writing and editing for acclaimed publications, B2B content creation, social management, brand building, design and VA services. Passionate about elevating Indigenous and FNMI stories, perspectives and voices in digital media, she strives to build bridges renegade style. When the chaos permits, Selena is an avid four-seasons permaculture gardener and a hobby “chef” who looks for other parents to revel (and or kvetch) in motherhood with. Clearly, she doesn’t like rules, most visionaries don’t.

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