Baby Yoda has become SUPER popular and it’s not hard to see why. He’s ADORABLE! I haven’t even watched The Mandalorian yet and I’m already in love with him. So, when I had a chance to share these Baby Yoda free printable valentines with you, I was so excited.
I saw my first Star Wars movie – we called it Star Wars 1 when the next few came out, but technically, it was Episode 4 in the grand scheme – when I was a teenager. It was in our local theater for a year. Yep. Showings every night for a year and my friends and I went to see it over 10 times. So, you can bet that I’m going to love anything Star Wars related.
Even if you’re like me and haven’t had time to watch The Mandalorian yet, you’ve got to admit that these valentines are super cute. They’re sure to be one of the really popular ones in your child’s class this year. Please be sure to click on the PDF below to print them out. It is much better quality than the images here.
If clicking on the image below doesn’t work, you can also use this link – https://creativecynchronicity.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/Yoda-Valentines-5_sold.pdf
There are two different options available. One has fun Yoda-like phrases on it, while the other is blank so you can personalize it with whatever words you want.
I would suggest printing these out on card stock. It can be light card stock – that’s pretty much the weight of regular store bought Valentines anyway – but card stock will stand up much better than paper. In fact, by using card stock, you make them sturdy enough that you can even tape on a lollipop or some candies.
If you would like more free Star Wars themed Valentines, be sure to check out this post too! This set includes other characters besides just Yoda AND has not only Valentine cards, but bag toppers and popcorn wrappers too. They are lots of fun for a Valentine’s Day party or for your child to hand out in their classroom.
I sure hope you enjoy these free gifts from Creative Cynchronicity for you! I know just how hectic it can get before Valentine’s Day – anyone else do that last minute February 13th thing before? Whew. It’s exhausting. Hopefully, this gives you something you can print out and use and you can avoid that last minute craziness!