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Cool LEGO Valentines To Make (You Won’t Want To Miss These!)

LEGO fans rejoice! We found some cool LEGO valentines to make! These can all be made at home. You and your kids are going to love them!

We have printable version that we made and we also have some other ideas to share as well.

Whether you are using them to give to your own kids or are using them for a classroom Valentine exchange, homeschool co-op gathering or a Valentine party you will find just the right one to make.

Do no miss this great collection of Cool LEGO Valentines to Make! These are the best LEGO valentines out there and they are a lot of fun to make and give.

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We are big LEGO fans and have a lot of bricky goodness on the site so be sure to check that out as well.

I hope you enjoy the ideas!

Cool LEGO Valentines

Here we go! Scroll through and see which you think you like and be sure to ask your kids which they want to choose if they are helping you make them.

Keep in mind that you can combine ideas. For example, if you like the printable card from one, but want to make the crayons or candy from another just mix and match until you have just what you want!

Love these LEGO valentines! They are easy to make and great to give for classroom valentine exchanges, homeschool coop or other valentine parties.

Which one will you make?!

Free LEGO Valentine Printables

BrainPowerBoy LEGO Printables
Here are the printable LEGO Valentines that I made. You can print them for free (because we all like free!)

You can use them as tags, as a simple exchange card or fancy them up a bit as shown in the picture. Free Printable LEGO Valentines!

LEGO Brick Valentine

Non Candy Lego Valentine
There is a cute saying on this valentine: “Good Friends Build Each Other Up” Nice.

This LEGO valentine idea is a simple one. All you need is a bag, a tag and a variety of bricks. Super fast and easy to pull together. LEGO Valentine Tag

LEGO Batman and Robin Valentines!

LEGO Batman and Robin Valentines
Well, I love this one. My family members are big DC Comics fans and Batman and Robin are favorites in this household.

She used LEGO candy for them, but you could use bricks if you wanted to.

The Robin saying is super funny. If you have a LEGO Batman fan, these are the ones you should go for! LEGO Batman Treat Topper

LEGO Star Wars Valentine

LEGO Star Wars Valentine
Got of LEGO Star Wars fan? There are a lot of them out there that is for sure. If so, this should be high on your list of ideas to try.

You will need glow sticks and her printable card. May the force be with you. Don’t worry, these are easy! LEGO Star Wars Glow Stick Idea

Cute LEGO Valentine Card

DIY LEGO Valentines
These are pretty cute. They feature a cartoon minifigure and a spot to tie a brick eraser.

I didn’t realize you could get brick erasers that were inexpensive enough to use but Amazon does carry some, though they are not like hers. Not sure where she got those.

Again, you can decide what you want to tie onto the card.  Don’t LEGO of My Heart

LEGO Crayon Valentines

DIY LEGO Crayon Valentines
You can make your own LEGO crayons, add them to a bag and put this We Were Built to Be Friends topper on it as a neat idea.

I also like the hearts she added. LEGO Crayon Topper

LEGO Valentine Cards

Lego Brick Valentine
This is also a crayon version but she has a card that says Valentine You Stole a Piece of My Heart instead.

Remember you can use regular bricks instead of making the crayons if you like. LEGO Crayons Card

Brick & Heart Valentine Cards

LEGO Brick with LEGO Heart Keychain Valentine
Love this one! Make a brick shape and turn it into a card. So smart.

I also like the heart key chain made of bricks favor that she added to it. Go see what is on the back – super cute idea. Paper Brick Valentine Card

DIY LEGO Valentines that you need to make! Great for valentine parties or classroom exchanges. We love LEGO!


Friday 1st of February 2019

Thanks for sharing! We love Legos and great friends.

Sheila Rogers

Saturday 2nd of February 2019

Hi Kristie,

Thanks for stopping by. Loved it and was happy to share!