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Free Printable Valentine’s Day Cards For Kids

By: Amanda A from
Free Printable Valentines Day Cards For Kids
Free Printable Valentines Day Cards For Kids

"These adorable free valentine's cards will bring joy to all that receive them. They are the perfect Valentine's Day note to go with any child's valentine they are seeking to five away. There are twelve valentine cards on a page, each with their own cute picture and saying. With tips and ideas for things to do with these cute valentine's cards, your kids are sure to have fun writing out messages to their friends and giving their valentine's away."

Primary TechniquePaper Crafts


Materials List

  • Valentine Cards Printable
  • Paper or Cardstock
  • Scissors or paper cutter
  • Pen


  1. Start by downloading this free printable below. Once you’ve downloaded it, print out the pages. There are 12 cards, each with a unique and adorable picture and saying on it.

  2. After you’ve printed off however many copies you need, then you can cut them out. I love using my straight edge paper cutter for projects like this!

  3. Now that you have them cut out, your kids can write a message on the back for each of their classmates addressing who the card is for and from. If they’re feeling festive, they could even draw a little picture to accompany their message.

  4. Tip 1: For the best results, be sure to print your Valentine’s Day Cards on a heavier paper, like card stock. This will ensure they hold their shape and look cuter for longer!

  5. Tip 2: If your kids are also passing out candy with their card, they can attach the card to the treat. Start by hole punching one corner of the card (for Valentine’s Day especially, I like to use a heart shaped hole puncher). Loop a string through the hole and tie it to the candy or treat bag.

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