If you’ve stumbled across this post, you’ve either seen it on social media or you are a rushed mom like me. You need something quick and easy. You have come to the right place. Down below you will see free Valentine’s Day cards that you can print from home.
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This year, yes I mean 2019, has gotten away from me. I can’t believe we are in the middle of February. A few days ago my kids reminded me they had Valentine’s Day parties at school later this week.
After looking at my schedule I knew there was no way I had time, with 4 kids, 2 businesses, 3 sports and music lessons to get to the store. Hello, I use grocery delivery or pickup every week to save time. (Hindsight should have added those valentine day cards to the order). But I didn’t. And we are here now.
I was able to create these free cards for the kids. Print them on card stock. Then they were ready for the kids to address them to all their classmates.
Take a look and see what you think of these simple Valentine’s Day cards. I’m sure if you don’t have card stock laying around you can print on paper just fine. Each page contains at least 2-6 cards. Cut on the dotted line and you are good to go. CardStock used [HERE]
Free Valentine’s Day Card
This card was the favorite for both my older girl and boy. So I made one in Pink and Blue. Here is the link for the Pink one.
Sometimes they like to give the look of the candy hearts. [HERE]
My nine year old fell in love with the cards below. My crazy cousin came up with the saying on the front. By the end of the night both kids were fighting over this card. I told them it didn’t matter we could print as many as we like so I added Blue [HERE].
A very simple thank you for being you card [HERE].
Y’all. Yes I said Y’all. These cute cards below my 4 year old helped design. He is in a special needs class with only 2 other kids. Get these adorable cards [HERE].
I’m not sure what these characters are but my nephews thought they were cute. [HERE]
Something simple always makes my heart go pitter patter. Check out these simple rustic Valentine’s Day Cards. [HERE]
My daughter said a pretty pink friendship Valentine’s Day Card would be pretty so she helped me design this one [HERE].
If you are interested in something other than Free Valentine’s Day cards please check out the free post it DIY [HERE] you can do for your significant other or child.
And if your printer runs out of ink midway through. They look cute as black and white prints too.
As always thanks for taking time to stop by! Have a great day!