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Valentine, I’m Stuck on You! {free printable & cheesy poem}

2015 February 11

Disclaimer: The following poem may cause hilarious fits of laughter OR make you wonder why I am brave enough to post this on the internet. You have been warned! 

Mom, I need some cards, post haste!

There really is no time to waste.

Valentine’s is coming soon,

the day of red, pink, white – maroon!

Computer bound, I went upstairs,

(because our office is up there).

Drew a heart, scanned in a name,

Thought up a pun (it’s kind of lame).

Printed them on card stock, quick!

It’s not so hard, there is no trick.

Shopped to pick up craft supplies,

and stickered frogs with googly eyes.

Another aisle, I’ve just begun,

Some washi tape, I’m on the run.

Now more stickers and tattoos,

Almost done, this is good news!

Back at home, the kids create.

Stickers, tape (they’re not all straight).

Pretty soon you’ll have a stack,

with maybe some stuck on the back.

Share them with your family

They’ll pipe up, “from You, to Me?

Share them with your classmates too,

lots of fun from me to you!

Hee Hee! That was a lot of fun to write! If you’d like to make some of these yourself, click on the links/pics below to get the free PDF printable in two sizes, as shown in the drawings. (These also work for the teachers, just attach them to a pack of glue sticks!)


4-up on 8 1/2″ x 11″ paper

I’ve got a few more Valentine related posts you might want to check out! Though, none of them are as fun as the one above. (However, I did write this story once…)

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  1. Sarah J. permalink
    February 11, 2015

    So refreshing to see valentine’s actually decorated by a kid! Mine insisted on doing her own, but she’s a slooooow worker and it has taken weeks (literally) to get them done. Wish I had thought of the heart outline and cute wording- alas she just has red cardstock rectangles and then a treat to go along with it (which I did make stickers to put on with a funny saying). Way to go with the poem!

    • February 12, 2015

      Thanks Sarah! I am having trouble finishing up the last few as well. :) Seems the first few are “super decorated” ie. No white space left… and they trail off after that! Glad she is doing it herself though, and good on you to start so early!

  2. Ann ( no e ) permalink
    February 11, 2015

    Hi Sherri,
    Love this post ;) Love the creativity that you foster for your daughters ;) I so miss the special times with both our kids and my students for Valentine’s Day. Our kids & grands are many miles away so I am spending time connecting the old fashioned way through letters sent snail mail but enhanced with tec savy photos from our past visits together. It’s been a tough winter so far but your sunny forum keeps me smiling ;) The dish drying towel tutorial is great, a super gift and stash buster to boot. I am cutting out a jacket muslin from the Five & Ten collection to send to my daughter so that she see how it fits our sweet granddaughter. Stay warm, take care.

    • February 12, 2015

      Thanks Ann! Old fashioned is good too. That’s what we do with my parents as well, since they are not close. Skype helps a lot! I have seen so many cute things come from the Five & Ten collection, your jacket will be amazing! :)

  3. February 13, 2015

    Cute Valentine’s day gift. :)

  4. rebecca permalink
    February 11, 2017


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