Looking for cute kids Valentine ideas? Our Valentines paper airplane is the perfect solution – and it’s free to download! Easy to make, and raking high on the super-cute scale, this simple kids valentine project can be whipped up in an afternoon for a class full of little ones – or for the grown-ups too! To make these cute Valentines, begin by downloading the PDF below. Save it to your computer and print out onto regular printer paper. There are three designs – mini love hearts, a grid pattern and a “happy mail” design. Once the design is printed onto your paper, you can trim the pattern with scissors. You can then follow the tutorial below to create your cute paper airplanes. We have included a printable page in plain solid red should you want to print on both sides of your paper.
Attach a Valentine note to your paper airplane to give it that personal touch and you are all set! Our handcrafted Valentine series will continue over the next two weeks with a cute garland, felt envelope pattern and a set of adorable love coupons – so stay tuned or sign up for annual membership to get an entire year of Holiday craft projects! You can also catch up with any Valentine projects you might have missed over this way. And if you are getting crafty this Valentine’s day, share your creativity with us on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram using the hashtag #ValentinesDayWithLia – we will always share our faves. See you there! ~ Lia & Team
Are you having trouble? Feel free to contact us and we will be happy to help you out.
Is this available in an svg file?
This project is a printable version.
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Lia: I need some help in customizing these adorable planes for my daughter’s wedding toss. I want the words “When Nic & Kelly walk your way” on one wing and “Gently toss & cheer HOORAY! ” down the other wing. For the life of me I can’t figure out how to position the words on your template. any advice. Sue
How cute! We use specific design software here for all of our projects, so I can’t properly instruct you how to add your own text. You might consider hiring a graphic designer to help you, or perhaps you could create a sign with that message to display next to the airplanes!
Thanks for the idea and the template we had great time to make there plans in my son’s class.
Yay! I’m happy to hear it 🙂
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Thank you for this! My dad is taking his pilot test tomorrow and we are going to make these to throw at him when he lands!!!
How adorable!! Love this idea.
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Hey y’all, when I try to print out Heart paper airplane instructions it just gives me solid red airplane template. What’s up? Ignore that part and use first instructions given or ? Just wondering?
Gonna love making these airplanes, will make garland with them.
Oh boy hubs is putting new master bath faucet in and he gets a bit uptight when things don’t go right, good thing you can’t hear him, lol.
Faucet in there was installed in 2006 soon after we bought this place so have sure gotten money’s worth out of it, bought at Walmart. Today we went to Lowe’s. Got a Moen faucet. If I had my way we’d have gotten 2 new vanities, and two new faucets, do some snazzying up in that bathroom. But first we’ll get new kitchen counters, not that we need them or anything. We’ll be practical by buying one big thing, get it paid for then buy something else, not get too deep in debt to Lowe’s. Would so love to have new carpet in living room and our room but first things first, (dadgumit)
. Original owners of this single wide didn’t plan too well when they ordered this place. Since we figure we’ll be here rest of our old lives I want to fix some things up, convince hubs they all need to be done. If it means doing one thing at time then so be it. Just glad to get anything done.
Have great weekend kids.
I have updated those instructions so they should be all good to go! Good luck with your adventures in remodeling! It will be nice to have some updates around the house I think 🙂