Full House Valentines

Full House valentines

I was a full-fledged member of the Full House club. I think I can quote every episode by heart. You can imagine I might be somewhat interested in the Full House revival, Fuller House, new on Netflix. Mind you, I’m interested and yet totally frightened what might take place. Will it be just as cheesy? Let’s hope so! Just as didactic? Let’s pray! Please don’t change a single thing about it! And please let Uncle Jesse have a full head of hair still. I hear Michelle will not be making an appearance though (are we surprised?!).

To celebrate, we made some free printable Full House valentines illustrated by Lexi Nilson. We have Uncle Jesse saying “Have mercy!” and “Talk to me”, Michelle with her “You’re in big trouble, mister”, Stephanie’s “Hot dog!” and DJ’s “You’re no nerd bomber”.
Uncle Jesse valentineMichelle Tanner Full House Valentine

See below on how to get the printable Full House valentines! These Full House free printable valentines are only available to those who are signed up for The House That Lars Built newsletter. To sign up, click here or go to the top right side bar, fill out your name and email address and hit “enter”. You

The House That Lars Built newsletterfull-house-valentinesMichelle Tanner You're in Big Trouble Mister Uncle Jesse have mercy

Photos by Ashley Isenhour  |  Illustration by Lexi Nilson

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