Free Printable Valentine: What Does the Fox Say?

If you’ve been following me for a while, then you know that I LOVE making valentines!! :)  Each year I get such a kick out of coming up with something that is handmade and has a cute or corny saying.  I start thinking of these things in about November and jot ideas down as I am out and about or see things that my kids enjoy playing with, watching etc.  I think they have just as much fun helping me come up with ideas as I do creating them! :)

I’ve come up with a few this year…here’s the first one for you. ;)

FREE What Does the Fox Say Valentine Printable

These are designed to fit perfectly on our clear or frosted pillow boxes that you can find here:

CLEAR AND FROSTED PILLOW BOXES

There are two printables that go with this valentine…one is the fox heads/sign and the other is the fox tails.  Make sure you download both sheets. :)

FREE Printable What Does the Fox Say Valentines from Pink Peppermint Prints copy 72FOX TAILS--FREE Printable What Does the Fox Say Valentines from Pink Peppermint Prints 72

DOWNLOAD THEM HERE:

FREE Printable What Does the Fox Say Valentines from Pink Peppermint Prints copy

FOX TAILS–FREE Printable What Does the Fox Say Valentines from Pink Peppermint Prints

Simply fill your pillow box with pretzels (I like that they are brown and kind of woodsy and AREN’T candy, but you can of course fill it with whatever you like)

Cut out the faces/signs and tails

glue or tape the fox face/sign to the front and the tail so that it sticks out on the back.

Easy, right?

Enjoy!

Tammy

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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  1. Alyssa says

    I think this is an annoying song but it’s one of my daughthers’ fav. song so I made this valentine for them and have to say it’s stinkin’ cute. I couldn’t find the exact same pillow box but my girls still loved it. Many thanks for the free printable!!! Happy Vday!

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