Pudding Cup Valentine Printable for Kids

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My kids, like many, are obsessed with Valentines and the school Valentines Day party. This year, we’re using this pudding cup valentine printable! The kids will love it!

I’m super excited to be sharing my little printable Valentine cards, but if you’re still on the hunt, make sure you check out all of our printable Valentine cards for kids while you’re here. You’re sure to find something you’ll love!

But, if you’re still with me, let’s get to making your easy pudding cup Valentine cards for the kids’ Valentines party!

What You Need to Make Pudding Cup Valentine Printable

Order the supplies you need to make pudding cup Valentines.

How to Make Pudding Cup Valentine Printable

Print as many of the PDF file of the happy valentine cards on card stock as you’ll need and cut out each around the outer edge.

Tape one of the valentines on the top of each pudding cup.

Add a spoon onto the back of each pudding cup with some tape.

Optional: Tie a bow around each cup in the center or use bakers twine.

Fill in the TO and FROM area on each printable, preferably using a think Sharpie.

Nice and easy, huh?! I love it, seriously. But before you race off to grab your card stock, lets talk about a few questions I’ve gotten about these.

Could I Print These on Labels Instead?

Yes!!! That actually might be my preferred way, personally, it’s just going to cost you a little bit more to make.

I would use these full sheet labels and then cut them out and stick them to the top of the pudding cups

By using labels instead, you don’t have to use tape and they are significantly more secure.

Do you have to use Card Stock to Make this Valentines Day Party Treat?

No, you don’t HAVE to use card stock, so if you’re having trouble finding some, you can always just use regular printer paper to print this free valentine. It’s just not going to stand up to as much abuse as your kiddo takes their super cute Valentine day treat to school.

So, yes, you can use printer paper, but I do not recommend it for these free printable valentines.

We’re Out of Tape. Can We Use a Glue Stick?

Eh, no. I mean, yeah, you can, but a glue stick is not going to stick to the pudding cup lid very well–and they might pop off in about 4 seconds flat. So, if you’re out of tape, I recommend either hot glue, glue dots or some other stronger glue material.

I don’t however recommend that your kiddo be involved in putting any of these on the pudding cups (well, maybe glue dots). Best idea is to search a little harder in the utility drawer for some tape for your printable valentine day cards to go with your pudding snack pack.

Did you also see our Kool Valentine Free Printable too? Super cute!

Pudding Cup Valentine Printable

Pudding Cup Valentine Printable

Yield: 12
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Active Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 15 minutes

This is such a fun Valentine for kids! I love these little pudding cup Valentine printable ideas and I just want to pass some out myself--but I will resist. Maybe. Ha!


  • Printable Valentines
  • Pudding cups
  • Ribbon
  • Spoons


  • Scissors
  • Printer
  • Tape


  1. Print as many of the valentines on cardstock as you'll need and cut out each around the outer edge.
  2. Tape one of the valentines on the top of each pudding cup.
  3. Tape a spoon onto the back of each pudding cup.
  4. Optional: Tie a bow around each cup in the center.

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