I Like How You Roll! Valentines (boy) Idea

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Last year I made “I Wheelie Like You” Valentines – perfect for boys. How about an update for this year?
I found this inexpensive bulldozer at Walmart (under $1) and knew that most boys would be excited about it.  Especially my nephews.  You could use a car, a truck, a bike, a motorcycle- pretty much anything that rolls.

And this is what I came up with:

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“I like how you roll” Valentine!

Printable Valentines

I printed the card, cut it out  and attached a bulldozer with glue dots.  Easy peasy!

What little boy wouldn’t love to give (or receive) these? Pretty sure my nephews would approve. ;)

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  3. Laura says

    I absolutely love these!! We have a cars birthday party coming up. Is there anyway I can gets these sans the “Happy Valentines Day” for party favors??

  4. Krista says

    Love these! I just threw my son a construction themed birthday party. These would make great thank you notes. Any chance we could convince you to change Happy Valentine’s Day to “Thank you for joining my crew?” or “Thank you for the birthday gift?”

    Just a thought…

  5. Tracey says

    Thank you for sharing these cute Valentines. My son is going to love sharing these with his preschool class!

  6. Simply Tatum Adelaid says

    Hi there!! Saw your tutorial, thanks to Oosey Daisy. This is so adorable!! I am excited to start following you. Thanks for sharing :)

  7. Jan says

    Just found your site. Love it so far. and the knife looks spectacular and handy. But love your printable messages and the ideas that go with them. I hate to spend an arm and leg for commercial cards. Your way of spending a penny or two for my own card and then buy a cute object to go with it makes more sense and shows more thought..

  8. says

    Okay, these are SO cute! I LOVE the tire tracks. I’m sure your son’s Valentine will be a hit! I’d love for you to pop over to my blog and check out the ones I made for my little boy — boys can be challenging, huh?? There’s a free printable, too, that your readers might like! All the best and keep up the great work!