Poofy Cheeks: Frozen Olaf Printable Valentine + 60 DIY Valentine Ideas

January 21, 2015

Frozen Olaf Printable Valentine + 60 DIY Valentine Ideas

A Frozen Olaf Valentine Card printable.

Valentine's Day is almost here and I am excited to share an Olaf Valentine card printable idea I came up with. My two year old Delilah has had me watching Frozen more than twice a day on some occasions this past week. She sings it, she watches it, she dances and sings and her favorite part is Olaf. My older boys even like Frozen so I knew they would think these Valentine cards were a hit too. I have teamed up with a large group of other bloggers sharing Valentine's so after you check out the Olaf printable keep scrolling to see a bunch of other awesome Valentine card ideas!!

Frozen Olaf Valentine Card from www.poofycheeks.com
As we were watching Frozen for the umpteenth time the other day I heard the memorable 'Some people are worth melting for' line and thought about how I could incorporate that into a Valentine. I could just stick a lollipop on it and call it a day but Otter Pops popped into my mind (no pun intended) and I knew that would make for the perfect, original Valentine. I will warn you now that I went to Walmart to buy the Otter Pops only to be told they are a seasonal item that they didn't currently have in stock so I found these at Publix (a box of 16 for $1 I might add).
The printable has two parts - the rectangles and the circles. Each page prints enough for four Valentines and you will need cardstock paper, scissors, an exacto knife and a glue stick. If you have a two inch circle paper punch that is even better for making sure the circle part of the printable comes out perfectly.
Frozen Olaf Valentine Card from www.poofycheeks.com

To make the printables you will need the following supplies:
  • Olaf Printable File (printables are for personal use only and may not be sold or redistributed)
  • Cardstock (if printing yourself)
  • Scissors
  • Exacto knife
  • Otter Pops
  • Glue Stick

  • Print the file out onto white cardtock or send the file to be printed. I had mine printed at Office Depot for $0.67 per page (that is $0.17 per Valentine since each page prints four).
  • Use scissors to cut out the cards and circles. If you have a two inch circle hole punch use that for the circles.
  • (Adult step) Use an exacto knife to cut two slits for the Otter Pop to slide into. I have marked these with dark blue lines on the left part of the printable card. You may need to make your slits wider than the marked line for the freeze pop to fit through.
  • Write the names for to and from on the circles and use a glue stick to attach them onto the cards.

Frozen Olaf Valentine Card from www.poofycheeks.com

Frozen Olaf Valentine Card from www.poofycheeks.com

Frozen Olaf Valentine Card from www.poofycheeks.com

When Delilah saw me cutting these out she instantly yelled out with joy. She took one of the cards and ran off with it to never bring it back. What can I say - the girl loves Olaf!

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60+ DIY Valentine Ideas


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  1. Okay these are adorable! I love that you thought of using an Otter Pop!

  2. Thanks so much for the great printable! I love it & so will my little girl!!

  3. I was wanting to know how i would be able to print

    1. Hey Vanessa! Under the second picture where it lists the supplies click on the 'Olaf Printable File' and it will bring up the PDF :)

  4. Did you freeze the pops. I am thinking no, but my husband thought yes.


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