Feast of St. Valentine Cupcake Toppers (Printbale)

With the Feast of Saint Valentine just a day away, the children and I spent part of our afternoon baking some delicious cupcakes. (And yes, of course, they were chocolate!)


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At the market this weekend, my daughter saw lots of cupcake toppers for purchase, but was dismayed to discover there weren’t any that depicted the Saint or mentioned that it was his feast day. So when we returned home,together we decided to create our own for the occasion.


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I let my daughter have the reins for these— didn’t they turn out nicely?

And you can adorn your cupcakes, too.

As an early St. Valentine gift to all of you,(and because I love ya!), the St. Valentine Cupcake Toppers are yours and free to print–just click on the image above to print without the copyright watermark!

We plan on bringing them along to a local park tomorrow afternoon where we will celebrate with special friends. We will also share the love and life of St. Valentine by exchanging our St. Valentine printable valentine cards!

What chocolate goodies will you celebrate with on the Feast of St. Valentine? Please share!
(Recipes involving chocolate are especially welcome!)


5 responses to “Feast of St. Valentine Cupcake Toppers (Printbale)

  1. Your cupcakes look very yummy! I love your cupcake toppers. Thanks for sharing with us.

  2. Happy St. Valentine’s Day! Love the cupcake toppers!
    I just wanted to let you know that I nominated you for the Liebster Blog Award:


    I’m not sure if you received it yet, but you defiantly deserve it!
    God Bless!

  3. Very nice Holly and they look yummy! I added a link to the St. Valentine’s Page on our site/blog so that other’s could find your lovely creation. Isn’t it sad that the ‘Saint’ from today’s special day has been removed?! A great reason for us to make other ‘alternatives’ for people so they can celebrate the true meaning of the day with such a great Saint! God bless!


    • Thanks for the link up CeAnne! I hope it is able to bless other families! You are exactly right about how the “Saint” is removed from a lot of today’s special days– it is exactly why I try to bring it to the forefront in our home and school!

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