Looking for Valentine’s Day printable cards that are worth the paper and ink? I’ve rounded up some of my favourites.
By the time Valentine’s Day rolls around, I’m pretty much gifted out. It’s true! You see, in my mind, Christmas was a short time ago, and we both just celebrated our birthdays in January. So, every year, I tell my husband not to buy me anything for Valentine’s Day.
Don’t get me wrong. Those Tiffany blue boxes and the like are wonderfully splendid, but surprise me when I’m in a gift-receiving slump. Not now, when I’m in “put it over there with the others” mode. Obviously, I’m exaggerating! Perhaps you’ve felt that way one time or another?
Sometimes a heartfelt card is all I want. Truly! That, and uninterrupted time together when cell phones, laptops and other distractions are shut off. And don’t even bother taking a trip to the store to buy a card. There are so many adorable and creative Valentine’s Day printables for your sweetheart or anyone else on your list. Don’t believe me? I’m certain you’ll find something in this lovely collection!
Valentine’s Day Printable Cards
After twenty plus years together, these funny Valentine’s Day cards by Landeelu are perfect. Not sure which one I’ll pick out to print!
How fun are these ring pop printable Valentines by Pink Peppermint Design?! Takes me back to my teaching days when the students enjoyed stuffing each others’ handmade Valentine’s Day mailboxes so much!
I adore these hand-painted Valentine’s Day cards from the Ginger Home with vintage cars, trucks and campers that say ”I love how you roll!” So precious!
These printable postcards with vellum envelopes from So Much Better with Age are the sweetest. Perfect for your gal-pals on Galentine’s Day too!
Love vintage? I adore this sweet reminder Valentine printable from Picture Blue Box. Such a sweet poem and charming illustration by John Winsch.
Another great idea from Elegance and Enchantment is filling out these Valentine’s Day printable coupons. Love the “terms and conditions” section. So fun!
Not sure just a card will do it? Pick up a cupcake from your favourite bakery and top it with this You are the Sprinkles to my Cupcake printable by Pen n’ Paperflowers. A delicious Valentine’s Day treat!
And if you’re convinced you need to give your loved-ones a little something else, fill this DIY Valentine’s Day treat bag with some of his/her favourite things!
Tips for Putting Valentine’s Day Cards Together
Be sure to print your cards on heavy card stock using the best quality setting on your printer (colour or black and white). As an option, you can also have them printed professionally.
For cutting, I prefer using a ruler and craft knife (or a paper cutter) for crisp edges.
Use a good quality black pen to write on your card. I always think it’s nice to include a personal message too.
Optional- Attach candy directly to the card with a glue gun. Or, if possible, punch holes in the card and candy wrapper, then tie together with decorative string.
Note: This printable Valentine collection was updated from the original version posted February 2015.