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valentine’s day card ideas {free and printable!}

There are a plethora of Valentine’s Day card ideas out there, and I just love every one of ’em! I can remember being so excited to give away my Valentine’s Day cards at school. And of course I always saved my favorite cards in the bunch for my “besties.” As I grew up, a card just didn’t seem like it was enough to express my admiration and affection, so I began adding gifts (shocking, I know!). Now as an adult, I still adore Valentine’s Day, making Valentine’s Day cards, giving Valentine’s Day gifts, and seeing my recipients get a little more pep in their step as I hand them their Valentine’s Day goodies. In fact, I have a Valentine’s Day card-making party coming up this week that I’ll share with you later!

Like I said, there’s a deluge of ideas floating around out there, so I put together some of my own ideas for kids Valentine’s Day cards that are inexpensive, creative and super-duper easy to put together!

First, download my free Valentine’s Day card printables.

kids valentine's day cards

Next, just cut them out, put a hole punch in the top and tie it with some cute ribbon to a ring pop, stickers, bubble gum, a loom bracelet or a pack of crayons. Your kids will be a huge hit with their admirers!

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valentine's loom bracelet

valentine's crayons

A new commandment I give to you, that you love one another; as I have loved you, that you also love one another. By this all will know that you are My disciples, if you have love for one another.” | John 13:34-35

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4 thoughts on “valentine’s day card ideas {free and printable!}

    1. Hi Erika! Yes, you can just click on the image that has all fours printables showing that says “Printables for Kids” on it (the first image in the post). This will then take you to a page where you can download the zip file that contains all four printables. Please feel free to let me know if you need further help with it, and hope your kids enjoy them!

    1. Hi Elaine! Yes, you can just click on the image that has all fours printables showing that says “Printables for Kids” on it (the first image in the post). This will then take you to a page where you can download the zip file that contains all four printables. Please feel free to let me know if you need further help with it! Enjoy!

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