Easy Printable Minion Valentine #MyFavoriteBloggers

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Are you starting to see hearts everywhere? Cause I am and so are some of My Favorite Bloggers!!! We’ve brought you 13 awesome heart projects! I’m sharing an adorable printable heart minion valentine using a Twinkie. It is adorable!

Easy Printable Minion Valentine at thebensonstreet.com copy

First, let’s meet my favorite bloggers, Check them out and give them a little love!


From left to right, top to bottom, here are this month’s #MyFavoriteBloggers: Marilyn from 4 You with Love, Sky from Creative Capital B, Adrianne from Happy Hour Projects, Bethany from Pitter and Glink, Lauren from Thinking Closet, Tara from Suburble, Nancy from Do Small Things with Love, Emily from The Benson Street, Kara from Happy Go Lucky, Sarah from Repeat Crafter Me,  ChiWei from 1 Dog Woof,  Melanie from It Happens in a Blink, and Kara from Petals to Picots.

Now here are all the amazing heart projects we’ve come up with! Keep reading below to check out this easy minion valentine, the how-to and the PRINTABLE.

13 heart shaped projects

We all came up with different heart-shaped projects.  I’d love for you to go and check out all of the wonderful Valentine’s Crafts that my friends created!  Once again, from left to right, top to bottom: Printable Minion Valentine from The Benson Street, Easy Crochet Heart Pattern from Repeat Crafter Me, Free True Love Valentine’s Printable from Pitter and Glink, Glitter Heart Burlap Banner from Happy Go Lucky, Needle Felted Heart Key-chain from Petals to Picots, Simple Heart Chocolate Valentine’s from 1 Dog Woof, Handmade Valentines from Suburble, Solid Lotion Bars from 4 You with Love, Berrylicious Heart-Shaped Ice Cubes from The Thinking Closet, Felt Valentine Treat Pouches from Do Small Things with Love, Etched Champagne Flutes from Happy Hour Projects, Heart Owl Valentines with Your Kid’s Art from Creative B, and Heat Transfer Vinyl Heart Onesie from It Happens in a Blink. Plus, my friend Amy has a cute heart stamped bracelet you won’t want to miss out on from One Artsy Mama.

Can you believe all those amazing heart ideas. I’m sure there is a little something for everyone in all of these heart projects. Mine might be more for the kids (or the kids at heart). I came up with this idea while watching my niece. She is obsessed with minions. Except she calls them minis and always wants to watch them. She just cracks up laughing. I knew this project passed the test when she called it a minion and wouldn’t give it back.

What you will need:

Make your own minion valentines with twinkies at thebensonstreet.com

Start by cutting out a gray circle and then a white one that is smaller than the gray circle. Glue the white circle to the gray circle. Add a pupil using a Sharpie. Cut a small black strip long enough to go around the Twinkie. Wrap the small black strip around the top of the Twinkie. Gluing it to the back of the Twinkie and then together. Glue the eye on the front of the black strip. Add a small half smile on the Twinkie wrapper. Glue the heart valentine to the Twinkie and it is all done!

Easy Minion Heart Valentine at thebensonstreet.com

In the end it should look like this. These are perfect to give to classmates, friends and kids.

Adorable Minion Twinkie Valentine at thebensonstreet.com

I love that it looks like a minion, but it didn’t have to be super complicated. I love that it is just the eye and a smile that make it work. It is a perfect valentine project for the kids. Get them tracing circles and cutting them out and gluing. They will love these minions, I promise!

Printable Minion Heart Valentine at thebensonstreet.com

I even got the “You’re one in a Minion,” idea from my cute niece’s minion shirt. She basically inspired this whole project. 

You're One in a Minion Valentine Idea at thebensonstreet.com

Grab you minion Twinkies and pop in some Despicable Me while you check out the rest of these heart projects.

Here is the printable heart valentines.

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Download the printable here: Minion Valentine

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  1. My little guy is looking over my shoulder and I asked him if he’d like to give these out to his preschool class for Valentines Day… he said, “No, I’d like to them out to ME!” Ha ha 🙂 Too cute, Emily- you rock!

  2. You know I think this is adorable! And I’m humming again. We just watched Despicable Me over Christmas and my son LOVES the minions, especially the mini-movies. Well, I haven’t bought Twinkies in ages, but may have to go look them up again! Super clever Emily, well done!

  3. My son is over the moon excited about his “evil minion” valentine box…these will make the perfect valentines to give to his friends! But seriously- are there twinkies to be bought?

  4. I’m the Editorial Assistant for Fun Family Crafts and I wanted to let you know that we have featured your awesome minion Valentine! You can see it here:


    If you have other kid-friendly crafts, we’d love it if you would submit them. If you would like to display a featured button on your site, you can grab one from the right side bar of your post above. Thanks for a great project idea!

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  9. I like how you used a twinky for this project and even made the eye just like a minion. Great idea and I bet kids will love this. Pinning for later! Oh and thanks for all those free printables too – love the freebies!

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