It's that time of year again! Valentine's (and Galentine's!) Day is just around the corner, so of course I have a fun, punny, valentine printable for you.
You may remember from Valentine's Days past, I can get pretty creative with the puns. I've done two versions of food-themed valentines. Because food and love go hand in hand. And last year, the Succulent Valentines were a huge hit. This year, I'm letting my nerd flag fly. I went all out with some cute Star Wars themed valentines!
I went back and forth between a lot of different ideas for the theme of this year's valentines, but I just kept coming back to Star Wars. Mostly because I really really really wanted to make a K-2SO valentine. K-2 was one of my favorite characters in Rogue One. He definitely stole the show with his blunt honesty and humor, delivering the most memorable lines in countless scenes. His punch lines always landed so effortlessly, and while his character was much needed comic relief, he was also an extremely vital character to the success of the entire mission. K2 love, forever. I just had to use his line, "I'll be there for you. The captain said I had to." To which Jyn replied "Charming." Perfect valentine, for someone who likes a bit of cheeky humor (and Star Wars, duh).
My love of Star Wars runs deep, guys. I grew up watching the original trilogy over and over again thanks to my dad's VHS box set. I had to throw it back and feature on the valentine's some of my childhood favorite characters, too. Yoda and an Ewoks, I mean who didn't love the Ewoks as a kid?! And no set would be complete with out Darth Vader himself!
I love seeing all the films in theaters with my dad when they're released. It's such a fond tradition and Star Wars definitely holds such a nostalgic, happy place in my heart. I just had to share a little of that Star Wars love with you!
These are totally ready to go! Just download the file, print, cut out, and use. I'd recommend printing onto some sturdy white cardstock. Write something romantic or clever on the back, if you fancy. If you want to get a tiny bit crafty, like me, you can cut and glue each valentine onto fun, printed cardstock in coordinating colors!
If you still want to check out the Junk Food Valentines, the Puny Food Valentines, or the Succulent Valentines of years past, don't you fret. You can still download all of those valentine sets here.
And now I want to watch Rogue One again. Who else is already ready for The Last Jedi !?
Happy Valentine's Day, you Star Wars lovin' cuties!
* This printable is for personal use only. It may not be used for commercial or promotional purposes without my written consent. Just credit me if you share it elsewhere :) Thank you!