Thursday, January 30, 2014

John 3:16 Valentines

A super sweet friend from church asked me to make a 
Valentine printable using John 3:16 for her to 
print and use at a luncheon and I was happy to do so.  
It's such a great reminder of our true Valentine! 

After finishing the adult version I thought it would be fun to do a kid version too. 

You can find both versions HERE. 


To Print: Just download the JPG, save to your computer, right click on the file 
and choose Print from the drop down menu.  
You can choose the size (I would do 3.5 x 5 and print them on white cardstock)
 and then how many of the image you'd like to print. 

Super easy and a great reminder of who loves us the MOST!

See all the rest of my Valentine printables HERE

14 comments:

  1. These are wonderful!
    Thank you!!

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  2. LOVE it!!! Thanks Shannon!!! When should a JPG be used and when should a PDF be used? I know you include both with your prints.
    Thanks!!
    Nancy
    The Apple Basket Teacher

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    1. Hi Nancy!
      If you just want to print one to hang up- a PDF will work but if you want to send one to a photo shop (like Costco or Walgreens) a JPG is what you need!

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  3. I love this - thank you for sharing it! I'm sharing a link to it on my blog today!

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  4. Thank you for these printables! My first visit here - I will be back!

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  5. I needed to make some Valentines for my preschoolers for Sunday school, so I "cast my net" and your design came up. These are perfect, especially since this verse is our memory verse this month. Thank you so very much for making these available and for including the screen shot of how to print them.

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    1. Hooray! So glad you came across them!

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  6. Thank you for sharing these valentine printable. Also, thank you for showing the screenshot on how you print many to a page. I'm going to attach these tags to valentine treats for my daughter's Life Group tonight. You are creative and I appreciate your generosity in sharing your creativity.

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  7. My daughter's teacher (at a public school, mind you!) sent home a similar Valentine and I just loved it, so I set out to find one I could print as a bookmark for my Sparkies at Awana tonight. Thank you for sharing!

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  8. Thanks for sharing your talents with us! This is perfect in helping me to recognize our volunteers here at church on Valentine's Day!

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  9. These are beautiful and just what I was looking for. Thank you for sharing.

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