Free Star Wars Valentine Printable

Ok, ok. I know you’re probably getting tired of hearing about circle punches and cardstock but I’ve got one more free printable for you. You see, my nine year-old son, Jack, informed me that Valentine’s Day is far too girly of a holiday and he needed something cool to hand out to his friends. We debated a few options and finally settled on the ultimate manly theme – STAR WARS. After all, nothing says “I don’t do hearts and ribbons” like this guy.
I did a search online for Star Wars valentines but found a very sad selection.  Out of options, I decided to crack open Adobe Illustrator and whip out my own.  Here’s what we came up with.

See? Totally tough yet Valentinesy at the same time.

Jack was very insistent that his favorite characters be included so I had to wrack my brain to come up with Valentines slogans.  Do you know how hard it is to come up with something lovey-dovey that goes with the evil Darth Maul?  My personal favorite is Obi Wan’s message – ‘Ken-o-bi’ My Valentine?  Ewan McGregor never looked so good.

Although the valentines themselves are pretty cool, we wanted to take it one step further by adding a little chocolate. Jack voted for Reeses Peanut Butter cups & Rolos (because they’re sorta spaceship shaped).  We added all his favorite Star Wars headshots to give the treats an the extra-special touch. FYI: They’re cut with a 3/4″ circle punch.

Most of you long-time readers know the drill for making these cute, strike that, macho circles.  If you’re new here, you can see a quick tutorial by visiting my girlier valentine printable hereFYI: the baggie size I used is 3″x4″.  I found a huge pack of them in WalMart’s craft section for about $2.

I’ll add the printables for both the baggie toppers and the headshot circles below (click the file name, not the images).  I hope you all enjoy them.  Feel free to share them on your blogs and social network pages.  I just ask that you don’t post the actual file on your site – please link back to this post for the download.  Thanks, everyone and may the force be with you!

Download: Star Wars Valentine Printable

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  1. LOVE these valentines! Thanks!

  2. Too cute!! Love these!!

  3. Very cute!!!! I have the same problem with Valentines being kinda girly, so these will solve my problem. Thank you for creating and then sharing them!

  4. I’m so impressed! Kids will LOVE these. I wanted to let you know that I submitted this to the M&T Spotlight:

  5. LOVE these fun valentines!! We have done the fun mailboxes this year as a family and I am so making these for my hubby!! He will LOVE them! Thanks for all you work and thanks for sharing!

  6. Thanks! These are awesome!

  7. My kids LOVED these!!! Thanks so much. Even my daughter preferred these to all the other lovey dovey stuff out there. You saved the day at the Price household this Valentine’s.

  8. thanks for sharing, my son will love these.

  9. Chris Robinson

    LOVE these!!! My boys are looking forward to helping with these! Bring on more hole punch activities! Now that I have them I want to use them!

  10. Hop on over to the Party! Would love for you to link-up @

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  11. Oh, Thanks so much! My boys are so excited to use these.

  12. Holy Cow, these are awesome. I made some for my daughter but they were very girly and cheesy, I was just trying to come up with something for my sun…and then I happened to check your blog! PERFECT! Thankyou!

  13. These were perfect for my Kindergarten son. We stapled them to gummy treat bags and they worked perfectly. Thanks so much for the post!

  14. Hello — Happy Day after Valentine’s. I found your site 2 days too late. I will be sure to check your site more often & I’ll be using your wonderful Star Wars free printables next year. Thanks for making them available!

  15. OMG I’m so excited I found these again! I got them last year to do for my son’s vday cards/prezzies but he wanted Cars instead… now he’s super obsessed with star wars and I can get crafty too! YAY! Thnx so much! You totally rock!!!!

  16. Thank you so much! I have been racking my brain on what to do for Valentine’s as I have two boys (almost 6 and 2) and my older one LOVES Star Wars! This is perfect! Thank you so much for sharing this. Happy early Valentine’s Day to you!

  17. You are amazing!!!! Love these!

  18. Jennifer

    This looks so very cute, but I can’t get it to print. The girly Valentine’s pdf file prints just fine, so I don’t think it’s my printer. Any suggestions?

    • Hi Jennifer –are you printing the thumbnails or the PDF? You need to click the link that says “Download: Star Wars Valentine Printable”. Let me know if that doesn’t work.

      • I love these. My boys will love them.I am also have the same problem. The girly file printed just fine but the Star Wars one will not. I made sure that I clicked on the link. Let me know if there is anything else I can try as I would love to use these this year!


  20. Thank you so much. I love these. Did you attach them with a little tape?

  21. I’m sorry, I looked at your other post about the glue stick. Again, Thank you very much. :)

  22. These are awesome!!! Thanks so much for sharing them with us.

  23. My sister, Ellisa, passed this blog to me last year and since I’ve got 4 boys I thought I’d better bookmark it. So glad I did because it’s the perfect thing for my 10 year old to make this year for his friends. Thank you!

  24. Thanks fr sharing them!

  25. I love these and want to use them for my boys but I can’t seem to get this to print. I got the girls one to print. I am clicking on the download star wars valentine printable. It’s coming up saying that that there is no document to print.

  26. Thank you so much! These were perfect for my 6 year old son.

  27. This is exactly what I was looking for!! For some reason, when I download the file, the second page does not come through. When I print, it keeps saying there isn’t a second page to print. Would it be possible for you to re-post the second page? I would love to use these for my son’s classroom Valentine’s Day party.

  28. Hi!

    I am trying to print these…the first page printed out fine…but, the second one will not print (the circles) It says there is no document. Please help! :) I love these, and so does my son!! We are all set to assemble..minus the character circles!

    Thank You

    • Hi Again!!

      My husband figured it out…I guess you had to go to advanced properties and select print as image…just in case anyone out there was having the same issue :)

  29. This is so perfect for my Star Wars loving 5 yr old. Thank you so much! We just made them,and they turned out even more perfectly than I would have thought!

  30. I just wanted to thank you, I found this on pintrest and my son generally HATES valentines. I (one of the most uncrafty people EVER) made them and he wrote them all out happily….thank you thank you!!! Your instructions were genius and the valentines were adorable!!!!

  31. Just wanted to add my thank you as well! I used these for birthday party goody bags….huge hit! I really appreciate your willingness to share this.


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