Valentine Printables: Cards, Banner, and Gift Labels

It’s 3 weeks to Valentine’s Day, and for all who need inspiration, I have a few goodies for you.




Vintage Valentine’s Day Card


I’m starting with a vintage Valentine card. Vintage cards are adorable.  Use it as a card, as a decoration, or whatever your imagination plans.



Be My Valentine




I also have two prints that can be used as cards or as a banner.   Be My Valentine is a classic Valentine card which I put 4 on a page (8.5″ to 11″) to print on card stock.   Print and cut out into individual cards.



Valentine’s Day Red Heart




My big red Valentine Heart also makes a great card or decoration. It also comes 4 to a page (8.5″ x 11″). You can adjust size if you want them smaller. Print and cut out along the red lines. If you want to use them as a garland, punch a hole at the top for ribbon or string.



Valentine’s Day Gift Tags




Make Valentine’s Day even sweeter for the ones you love with my adorable Valentine’s Day Gift Tag. If you or your children want to give presents to friends, this tag is for you.  Print, cut out tags, fold over bag of treats, and fasten with glue or staple.







A toy, or stickers from the dollar store can all be used as a Valentine card and present combo.  For an edible treat, I’d suggest Kisses, trail mix or small pretzels.  I’m using them for ever popular stickers and trail mix.








I started with roasted sunflower seeds and added nuts and dried fruit.







As a bonus, I am adding a cute old-fashioned paper doll for little and not so little girls.  If you know a little princess who would like a vintage paper doll, print on card stock, attach the gift label, and you’re set.






Paper Doll 10 x 8 




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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.

21 thoughts to “Valentine Printables: Cards, Banner, and Gift Labels”

  1. Oh gosh those paper dolls are cute ….I wish I had a great-granddaughter…. have to do something with a sports theme for my greatgrand boys! You have so many great suggestions…maybe I need to visit the dollar store to see if I can find something mailable for them.

    1. I understand — my family had 3 boys born to my siblings. The oldest nephew had a girl and boy. We all danced when she was born. We love our boys but it was nice to have a girl finally in the mix.

  2. Very sweet! I love Valentines Day and will be pulling out my décor soon. Thanks for sharing these with SYC.

  3. What lovely printables, Carol! I especially like the vintage Valentine! Sharing on Twitter and on the Hearth and Soul Facebook page (on Friday). Thank you so much for your support of the Hearth and Soul Link Party. I hope you are having a lovely week!

  4. Carol, the vintage Valentine is adorable & I remember sharing these with friends in grade school. Such an innocent time. I also love the paper dolls!

    1. thanks for the pine Marci. Yes I loved paper dolls when I was young and couldn’t resist this darling girl.

    1. Me too. BTW I tried to leave a comment on your fabulous post about the Duke of Windsor but couldn’t find a comment button. Love all the history and backgroud!

  5. What a cute idea with the edibles. I pinned this! Thanks so much for linking up with me at my #AThemedLinkup 10 for All Things Love and Valentine’s Day, open until February 10.

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