100’s of Valentine’s Printables To Celebrate

In almost 3 weeks it will be Valentine’s Day. Back a few years ago I shared a post about free Valentine printables I had found. Today I am updating that post with current printables available to help you make the day special.  Whether you’re looking for a card or gift of wall art for your special someone, or need banners, tags, or any number of designs to decorate and celebrate with your children and friends, I am on the hunt to find the most heart warming downloads I can.

I. Let’s start with Valentine Cards

I really like this set of cute cards from Sarah Titus that are printed together on one paper sheet. There is a sheet for girls and a sheet for boys. Her children helped her design them with age appropriate sayings. Use card stock, print, and cut out for a set of 9 small Valentine wishes.

Another cute set is from Tales of a Thirty-Something Again print, cut and give.

Next are printable cards and gift tags from Jane.com – love the Bee Mine card with a little bee from the 2016 collection. That post has links to 2017, 2018, and 2019 collections too.

Homemade Gifts Made Easy just updated their 80 Free Valentine cards. They’re really cute.

With a little bit of everything, Play Dates to Parties shares 80+ Valentine’s printables.

Living Locurto has 50 Cute Free Printable Valentines.

  II. Banners

There are many sites offering Valentine’s banners. I choose a few nice ones to include. First is Be Mine Pennant Banner from Very Merry Vintage Style.

Next is Hands in the Attic’s heart banner.

I simply love the sweet simplicity of Paper Trail Design‘s Love banner.

Several years ago Tater Tots & Jello made a I Love You banner printable.

III. Valentine Bingo Cards

  Artsy Fartsy Mama‘s bingo cards are based on the valentine candies. Very Cute!

One Creative Mommy has designed an adorable set of valentine bingo cards with pictures of love bugs, owls, raccoons, sea otters, hearts, flowers, butterflies, and even spiders.

Teepee Girl has very cute and colorful free Valentine bingo cards, and I know plenty of ladies who love bingo. You don’t have to be 7 to enjoy these!

These super cute 30 valentine bingo cards are from Happiness is Homemade. I love how bright & cheerful they are.

IV.  Valentine Coloring Pages

You would not believe how many places have free coloring pages designed specifically for Valentine’s Day.   I’m only going to list a few of my favorites, but it is a great way to keep busy on snowy days.  I still like to color!

Hallmark has free Valentine’s Day coloring pages that you won’t find anywhere else. There are coloring pages of flowers, animals, hearts, robots, rainbows, and even unicorns.  I like their many of them.

Coloring Castle  has a nice Valentine collection with hearts. I liked Be My Valentine.

Crayola has cute coloring pages and for Valentine’s Day, I choose Be Mine. They have some pages specifically designed for adults!

At Skip to my Lou, the Valentine’s coloring pages are complex and beautiful. I really like the Heart Mandela.

Parade has 30 Valentine Coloring Pages.

V. Valentine Prints

Some prints are multi-purpose – you can use for them cards, decorations, wall art, sweat shirts. Uses are only limited by your imagination. Most are perfect for inspirational art.

I loved The Birch Cottage‘s 6 Free Love Printables. They are timeless and go with many decor styles.

Pizzazzeria  has cute free Valentine Art.

This next printable is perfect not only for Valentine’s Day but also really any time of the year. I made it for February, the month of Love, several years ago, but really love and kindness are frequent topics of my printables: FLORAL LOVE

Encouraging Moms at Home has a beautiful free Chalkboard Happy Valentine’s Day printable. There is such beauty in simplicity sometimes.

The Girl Creative‘s art is avoids traditional colors in her Love Signs .

A few years ago I shared  4 Valentine’s cards, garland, and gift labels   for a fun celebration. One card is a vintage Valentine’s card and I also included a paper doll too.

In 2020 I shared Valentine Gnomes.

On Sutton Place has 12 free printables of love and hearts. Use them for DIY wall art, cards, crafts, banners, and more. I had trouble choosing just one – I love them all!


VI. Valentine Printable Coupons

One of the cutest ideas for a present is a coupon – for Christmas, a birthday, Mother’s Day,  and for Valentine’s Day.  There are numerous sites with free printable coupons. Some are filled in and some are blank.  Choose the one you like, print, and include it in your Valentine card.  Let someone know you thought of them and took time to give a custom gift  just for them.

Better Homes & Garden has free printable gift coupons. For Valentine’s Day they offer coupons for kids, adults, and even blank ones you can customize on your own for Valentine’s Day. Suggestions for adults include a shoulder massage, breakfast in bed, and doing the laundry. Gifts for kids include hosting a sleepover with a friend, planning a trip to the park, making their favorite cookies together, or picking out a meal for the weekly dinner menu.  They even have suggestions for gifts for friends.

FTD has 30 Printable Love Coupons That Will Make Their Heart Melt

Great ideas for coupon gifts with easy instructions for making a coupon book. Would you enjoy a day of compliments, a movie night out, or car DJ for a day?

The Gracious Wife has cute coupons for a Love Coupon Book. This is not only a Valentine Kit but also could be used for birthdays and anniversaries..

I hope this sampling of free Valentine printables stimulates your creativity and helps you have a great Valentine’s Day!

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I was raised in Tennessee but have lived in Florida for many years. Love my small home in the Tampa Bay area and its developing garden. My decorating style is eclectic - some vintage, some cottage, all with a modern flair. Pursuing a healthier lifestyle. Spent many years in social services but am happily retired.

5 thoughts to “100’s of Valentine’s Printables To Celebrate”

  1. This is a great reminder that if I’m going to paint some valentines, I’d better get started on it, rather than pulling an all-nighter the week before! Thanks, Carol!

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