Valentines Chatterbox Printable

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By In The Playroom

I remember paper chatterboxes like this from my own school days. Whether you call them a chatterbox, paper fortune teller, cootie catcher or a salt cellar they are always fun to make and to play with. Since these are not too tricky to fold up and make, they can be a great way to introduce kids to origami.

Today I have some very cute and lovely chatterbox printables to share with you in time for Valentines Day.


This free printable is available pre-filled with suitable words for Valentines day, or as a blank template for you to fill in words of your own.

The pre filled words are very sweet and suitable for all ages:

  • I love spending time with you
  • You have a beautiful smile
  • You have a heart of gold
  • Just seeing you makes my day
  • You always look lovely
  • You are so kind and sweet
  • You always make me smile
  • You give the best hugs

How to make your chatterbox

After printing, just follow these simple steps:

  • Carefully cut the chatterbox out around the dotted edge
  • Fold in half
  • Press hard to sharpen edges
  • Open the chatterbox and fold in half the other way
  • Press flat with fingers
  • Take each corner and fold in to the centre of the chatterbox
  • Repeat until all 4 sides are complete
  • Flip the chatterbox over and repeat steps 7 & 8
  • Fold chatterbox in half
  • Slide fingers under all 4 folds and push into centre
  • You’re ready to play!
How to make a chatterbox or paper fortune teller with free Valentines themed printable chatterbox

Download and print the pages to make this Valentines Chatterbox here

Don’t forget to check out these free Valentines day printables that I shared earlier on, for even more creative and cute Valentines day printables from tinyme

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Printables courtesy of tinyme 

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Anna Marikar, mum of four and seasoned blogger, has spent over a decade sharing her parenting journey and passion for kid-friendly crafts and free printables.
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9 thoughts on “Valentines Chatterbox Printable”

  1. Hi Anna, these Valentine’s chatterboxes are such a nostalgic and fun activity! I love how you’ve provided both pre-filled and blank templates, making it suitable for all ages. The steps are clear and easy to follow. Thank you for sharing these lovely printables! 💌❤️


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