Friday, January 15, 2010


ETA: Many are having trouble with scribd. To download directly from this page, simply click on the image and drag to your desktop. Then simply print and fold as instructed. So sorry for the inconvenience. It seems that scribd has changed their user policies.

Almost immediately after posting the Valentine Cootie Catcher free download yesterday, I realized that I really need a boy version as well. After all, boys love cootie catchers too and it really does make a fun and unique classroom Valentine, so we definitely do not want to exclude half the population! So without further delay, here is the "Boy" Valentine Cootie Catcher.

And just so everything is neat and organized, I've added the "Girl" Valentine Cootie Catcher here too. Better to keep them both in one place. Download the girl version here.

Download the boy version here. Then Print off as many copies as you need, trim on the solid line and start folding!

A note about printing: fortune tellers look and hold up best when printed on a crisp paper like parchment paper.

To see more of my free Valentine printables, go here!


Sandy's Quilter's Block said...

I can't get the picture to print correctly. Half of the picture is cut off. I tried saving it to a file, but that didn't work either.
Cute Valentine idea, though.


Sandy, send me your email and I'll email a pdf version to you.

Anonymous said...

I love this idea. I can't get the picture to print correctly either. Would it be possible for you to email me a pdf version also? My email is
Thank you.


Absolutely. You can also click on the download links to directly download the pdf.

Anonymous said...

Thank you so very much. My daughter wanted to use these for her friends.

Anonymous said...

Hello! what a wonderful idea!! Could you please email to me as welll, both boys and girls?

Thanks so much!! ENJOYED YOUR SITE!

CraftCrave said...

Thank you! This blog post will be advertised on CraftCrave in the Printables category today (look for timestamp: [08 Feb 04:00pm GMT]).

Anonymous said...

I am so glad to have found these, my daughter wanted one to use with her friends, but I am not sure how to fold it, can you email me the directions on how to put it

Jenn @ Delicious Ambiguity said...

Hi! Just wanted to say that I love your blog and thanks for the freebies. I linked to them on mine:

DeAnn Jahnke said...

ok.. so, I cut my paper so it is an exact square. 8.5x8.5, but when I go to fold, the last corner doesn't line up exact on the first set of folds.And on the second set of folds, the same thing. One edge on the last fold is overlapped a bit... why?
I have tried trimming one edge of the paper shorter and I've tried folding a bit off center.. nothing works.
Am I folding too close to each edge?