Rainbow Loom Valentine’s Day Card Free Printable

My daughter has gone Rainbow Loom crazy! (And so have all of the other kids around here.) She got her Loom for Christmas, and has been a bracelet/necklace-making fool ever since. In fact, her best friend is having a Rainbow Loom birthday party next week.

Since everyone loves the Loom and my daughter makes more bracelets then we know what to do with, mom had an idea. Give everyone bracelets for Valentine’s Day! That will take care of giving away a ton of the bracelets she has created, and she will LOVE it!

So I designed a Rainbow Loom Valentine’s Day Card to go with her bracelets.

Rainbow Loom Valentine's Day Card Free Printable

Even though I am totally spilling the beans on her big surprise (shhhhh moms, don’t tell her friends), I decided to share the Valentine’s Day Cards so other moms of Rainbow-Loom-loving kiddos can create their own Valentines. 

Download the Free Rainbow Loom Valentine’s Day Card.

Rainbow Loom Free Printable Valentine's Day Cards

Cute right?!

All you have to do is print them on a heavy cardstock paper, cut them out, punch a small hole in the top, attach a Rainbow Loom bracelet and you have an easy (and cheap) homemade Valentine’s Day gift for everyone.

Save on your Loom supplies:

PLEASE – This printable is free for personal use. Do not try to sell it. Bloggers if you want to link to the cards, please link to this post not directly to the download. Thank you for understanding. 

Rainbow Loom Valentine's Day Card

Love Rainbow Looms? You might like this Rainbow Loom Birthday Party.

39 thoughts on “Rainbow Loom Valentine’s Day Card Free Printable”

  1. So cute! The Rainbow Loom is hot in our house, too, especially with my 8 year old son. He loves figuring out the patterns.

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  2. Can’t tell you enough how wonderful this is! So excited to show my daughter…pretty sure this will be the perfect solution to the valentine’s day dilemma this year! ๐Ÿ™‚ Thanks so much for the beautiful printable!

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  3. My three granddaughter’s are crazy about Rainbow Loom’s. What a great idea for Valentine’s Day. Rainbow loom is not just for kids; I saw a woman in her 60’s at the airport over Christmas crafting with the Rainbow Loom. She was also giving a young girl lessons.

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  4. May sound crazy but until today, January 17, 2014 I had never heard about Rainbow Loom’s. Could it be that my daughter is 25 and my son is 12 and their are no little girls in my family to have told me about this. I love it !! I have nieces and now I know what to do for Valentines Day. Thanks for the printable cards and all the information on your Facebook page. !!

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  5. What a great idea! I actually gave up jewelry-making myself because all the finished earrings and bracelets piling up were beginning to depress me. Your daughter will be so happy to see other people enjoying her handiwork. Well done!

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  6. I love this ! But my daughter is going to love it even more. This will be perfect for her to hand out to the girls in her class on Valentines.

    jweezie43[at]gmail[dot]com

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  7. Thanks so much for the idea and the FREE printable my son is so excited to make these for his classmates! Plus its much better than giving candy! Thank you again!

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  8. I’m only going to eighteen and my little sister who is six years younger than me got me into the whole rainbow loom bracelet making with just two fingers. Then my little sister and I both received our own rainbow looms last month for Christmas. Now her and I can’t stop making things. I will totally have to make one of these for my little sister and hide it and make her a scavenger hunt for it since I wont be home. I’ll have to make some for my friends. This is a great idea. Thank you so much.

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  9. I tried printing out this fun c ard. How big is each card supposed to be as they’re printing out kind of small…I get 4 to a page with alot of wasted paper. What am I doing wrong?

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    • You should get 4 to a page, but they are a good size. The bracelets in the picture are a good size reference for how big they should be. My guess is that you are trying to save the image that you see on the page — that one is small so the page loads quicker. (It’s an Internet thing.) Instead, click where it says to download, that will open the full-size image in another window. Save THAT image to your computer and print that. I think that should solve your problem.

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  10. These are so cute- we just love them! II was all set to print them today, but I am also having a problem with the file. I have tried clicking on the “Download the Free Rainbow Loom Valentineโ€™s Day Card here.” link, but it is still coming up with a 500 pixel wide image- way too small to print… can you help me to get a larger file? My daughter is really hoping to use these. Thanks for any help you can give!
    ~Heather

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    • So glad your daughter loves them, they were a huge hit in my daughter’s class last year. Sorry for the trouble, I had relinked them a while ago and seem to have linked them to the small image instead of the large one by mistake. The problem has now been corrected so you can download the full-size file. Just save it to your computer and print. Happy Valentine’s Day!

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