I love Valentine’s Day, but I hate looking for culturally correct valentines for my sons’ classes.  I have three of them, two are school-age and whenever I go out to look for Valentine’s Day it’s either white people or animals.  Like us brown people don’t exist.  So, I decided to make my own.  My boys are really into superheros so I found some African-American superheroes, did some copy and pasting and viola!  I made my own.  Here’s what you’ll need to add these brown boy Valentine’s to your kid’s candy bags.

  • boysvalentinesA Color Printer
  • Paper (you can print on cardstock paper, but regular white paper works fine, I used it)
  • Scissors
  • Candy Bags with Twist Ties
  • A whole puncher
  • Lots of Candy

Click here to print your cards.  After printing you cards (there are 6 on each sheet) cut them all out according to how many kids are in the class.  Then punch holes in the upper right hand corner of each card.  Next fill your bags with candy.  Then put the twisty ties through the hole in the cards and tie them to the candy bag.  Lastly,   I cut the tops of the bags off of the cards to make them look cuter.  Viola!  You’re done, and you’ve got culturally correct brown boy Valentines…lol.  It’s that easy.

If you have a daughter check out these brown girl Valentines on BrownMamas.com.printablevalentinesdaycards


Muffy Mendoza

Hello. Welcome to BrownMamas.com a blog for Black moms looking to thrive while raising kids in this hectic world and the headquarters for Pittsburgh Brown Mamas, a Pittsburgh support group for Black moms. Here I write about raising my three boys, living in and loving Pittsburgh, dating my husband, gardening and all kinds of other stuff. Thanks for visiting. Stay long & come often!

0 thoughts on “Brown Boy Valentine Printables”

Leave a Reply

Related Posts

Raising Boys

Surviving a Family Outing with Kids & Pittsburgh’s Hidden Gems

It’s summer time and the living is NOT easy.  My kids have successfully evaded summer camp for two weeks and all of my nieces and nephews have been at my home for at least two Read more...

#GoodMama

#GoodMama Connie Strives Toward Perfection of Motherhood

“Mommin’ Ain’t Easy,” the moment I read that part of Connie’s motherhood journey, she became a mom after my own heart.  She’s 110% right.  Motherhood is not easy, but it’s satisfying, rewarding and just makes Read more...

Food

Mama’s Spice Rack: Cinnamon

  By: Sharae Thompson In our history cinnamon has a very significant role.  Our ancient Egyptian ancestors used cinnamon to embalm bodies and also to treat indigestion among African royalty.  Biblically, Moses used cinnamon during Read more...

All Tees $3 OFF CODE: BLACKMOMSROCK Dismiss