DIY You’re a Great Catch Valentine Card Using Goldfish! (+ Free Printable)

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DIY Valentine's Day Card - "You're a Great Catch" Goldfish Valentine (get free printable on

DIY Valentine Card – “You’re a Great Catch”, Using Goldfish!

Are you looking for an easy yet fun alternative to store bought Valentines’s Day cards for your kiddos class this year.  Combine kid fave goldfish crackers and a “punny” note for a cute alternative Valentines Day Card idea.


  • Goldfish
  • Sandwich bags (optional)
  • Stapler or tape
  • Card stock

I am fortunate to have a Pepperidge Farm Outlet nearby and they have great prices on the prepackaged, single servings for this project. You may also be able to find these at your grocery. Not near an outlet?  Check out Amazon for bulk goldfish pricing.  OR You could also just use a clear sandwich bag and make your own single servings.


I chose “You’re a Great Catch Valentine!” for my tags.  But I have also seen these variations:

  • I am glad we are in the same “school”
  • Will you o”fish”ally be my Valentine?

DIY Valentine's Day Card - "You're a Great Catch" Goldfish Valentine (get free printable on

I have created a cute little card to go with this project.  I printed mine on card stock and just taped them on.  If you are using a sandwich bag, I left enough space at the top of the card that you could fold over and staple the bag closed.  Or you could have your kiddo help you draw the fish on the cards themselves.   Print my You’re a Great Catch Valentine Card printable tags.

Need some more love?  See more of my Valentine’s Day posts!


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