Looking for cards made with little girls of color in mind? Want to ensure that your little one isn’t giving out the same cards as other classmates? Get these free Valentine’s Day card printables.

You will need:
-A printer to print the cards.
-Card stock or matte paper.
-A hole puncher or tape.
-Valentine’s Day Suckers, pencils or whatever you can include.

If you don’t have a printer, or don’t want to use a lot of ink, you can opt to get the sheets printed at a print center like Kinko’s or Staples. They charge by the sheet and they are really cheap.

For items to go with the cards (as pictured above), I used Charm’s cherry flavored lollipops, heart-shaped lollipops and Valentine’s Day pencils from the Dollar Tree. Each item from the store is only $1 each. Depending on what type of item you buy and how many students are in your class, you may only have to buy one or two bags. The Dollar Tree sells card stock paper as well.

If you’re using a hole puncher, you will need to punch two holes in the area that you want to stick the candy in. On some of the cards, you can punch the holes in certain areas that will give Miss Zee the illusion of holding the candy.

You can download the printables by clicking here. Miss Zee ask that you please not attempt to profit from the cards they are simply for brown mommys and their girls to enjoy. Visit Miss Zee’s blog by clicking here.

I will also be posting some v-day cards for little brown boys this weekend.  Stay tuned!

Raising Boys

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Muffy Mendoza is an author, speaker and founder of Pittsburgh Brown Mamas, a support group for nearly 4,000 African-American moms in the Pittsburgh region. To further fill the void Muffy has created a line of educational products focused on helping Black moms be the best moms, too. Her first book, The Brown Mama Mindset: A Blueprint for Black Moms on Life, Love & Home, was featured at the 2018 Essence Festival and is currently sold in various cities across the U.S. Muffy champions the beauty of Black motherhood everywhere she goes, even on the TEDx stage. Find out more about Muffy on muffymendoza.com.

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