Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, if you are frugal like I am, then you don’t like to purchase Valentine’s cards. I think it’s fun to print and make your own anyways. So I decided to collect a bunch of fun free printable valentine’s day cards to give to family and friends.
Valentine’s Day Cards
Did you know the first Valentine’s Day cards were sent in the 18th century? They were homemade cards people made to send to people they loved. Eventually, companies began to manufacture valentines for people who did not wish to make their own. After World War 2, it became popular to exchange Valentine’s Day cards in the classroom and at Valentine’s Day parties.
We have a homeschool Valentine’s Day party coming up really soon. With 3 different ages and lots of kids coming, this can add up to quite a few valentines to purchase. If you have a laser printer at home or an endless supply of ink and paper, it can sometimes be cheaper to just print your own. I found lots of great free printable valentine’s to choose from.
More than Just Valentine’s Day Cards
While many people enjoy adding a sweet treat to their valentines, you can add far more to the valentines. Among the free printable Valentine’s Day cards, you’ll find fun ideas such as adding dinosaurs, race cars, and erasers. There are cards for people who love Super Mario, Star Wars, and Disney. The kids in your life will adore these creative valentines to give to their friends, classmates, and family members.
Check out all these fun free printable Valentine’s Day Cards:
Printable Valentine’s Day Cards:
Are you looking for some free printable Valentine’s Day cards for your kids to give to their friends? Then you’ll love these themed Valentine’s Day cards! All you need to do is download the pdf file and print them on your home printer.
Mario Valentines | If your kids love Super Mario, then they’ll adore these printable Mario printable cards to give to their best friend or classmates.
Printable Valentine Scripture Bookmarks | These Valentine Scripture Bookmarks are a free download that’s perfect to print on cardstock.
Printable Emoji Valentine Cards | Wish people a happy Valentine’s Day with these adorable emoji Valentine’s Day cards.
Maze Valentines Printables | These Maze Valentines are A-MAZING and a fun idea for your kids to give to their classmates.
Lego Valentine’s Day Card Printables | If your kids are into Legos, then they’ll adore these free printable Valentine’s Day cards.
Fox Valentine’s Day Cards | Does your child love foxes? Then they’ll cheer for this adorable Valentine’s Day card inspired by foxes.
Wild Animal Valentine’s Cards | These free printable valentines feature cute animals and are a fun themed card to send to school with your kids.
Printable Disney Inspired Valentine’s Cards | Wish family and friends a happy Valentine’s Day with these fun Disney-inspired valentine’s day cards.
Printable Star Wars Valentine’s Cards | These free valentine’s day printables include several different designs that are so much fun for kids.
Educational Valentine’s Day Cards
Some Valentine’s Day cards are not just fun they have the added bonus of being educational. They’re perfect for classroom Valentine’s Day parties.
Free Valentine’s Cards Printable | These free printables are fun interactive cards so your kids can put together puns to give to family members and friends.
Silly Fill In Blank Cards | These free valentine’s day cards are a great card for older kids. They’re based on Mad-Libs so kids fill in the blank to create a silly story.
Seed Packet Valentine’s | If you’re looking for a unique valentine, then give the people in your life these seed packet valentines. They’re fun DIY valentines to make.
Science Valentines | These science valentines are perfect for a class valentine’s day party. Each card is unique and a fun way to celebrate Valentine’s Day without additional cost.
Printable Valentines to Color | These free printable Valentine cards are a great way to improve your child’s fine motor skills. After you print and cut the cards, your child gets to add their own personal touch and color the valentines.
Printable Valentine’s Day Cards that you can attach items to:
Are you wanting to give a little more to the children in your life than just a Valentine’s Day card? Then check out valentine’s that allow you to add a little gift with your unique personal touch. You can head to the Dollar Store and pick up small items to attach to these Valentine’s. The best part is that your kids and your kid’s friends will be delighted with the cards.
Play-Doh Valentine Printable | This is a printable classroom valentine that gives you a space to attach a small Play-Doh container. Kids will have hours of fun playing with their Play-Doh during recess and at home.
Printable Valentine’s for Mini Bubbles | Another idea for school valentine cards is to print this cute gift tag card and attach it to small bottles of bubbles. Kids will love blowing bubbles outside and watching them blow in the wind.
Printable Valentine Cards for Race Cars | If you’re looking to avoid giving kids candy valentines, then these race car valentines are the way to go.
Valentines Cards for Glow Sticks | Kids love glow sticks, so follow these simple steps and give out glow stick Valentine’s Day cards that will light up their life.
Printable Cards for Kid Erasers | Give the kids in your life an amazing valentine by handing out these fun eraser Valentine’s Day Cards.
Printable Army Guy Valentine’s Cards | Attach a toy soldier to these cards and you have a fun gift to hand out to the children in your life. And it’s a gift that will provide hours of fun.
Lip Balm Valentine Cards | These fun Valentine’s Day cards feature some favorite designs. Just attach Lip Balm to the card, fill out the to and from, and you’re ready to go.
Dino Mite Printable Valentines | Attach a small dinosaur to these cute Valentine’s and you’re set to be hand out these awesome valentines to all the dinosaur lovers in your life.
Sara Dennis is a veteran homeschool mom of six who’s still homeschooling her two youngest kids after the older four have graduated, entered college, and moved on to adult life. She blogs at Classically Homeschooling.