Valentine’s day is one of those holidays that sneaks up on me every year. All of a sudden we’re frantically trying to scrape together the kids’ valentines for their classmates, and it’s anything but fun. If you’re looking for free, printable Valentine’s Day cards, I’ve got you covered! One of my kiddos can’t bring any edible treats this year and the other can only bring non-candy so I stuck with mostly non-food options.
Abby from Just a Girl & Her Blog shared five days of her own printable valentines, and these lego-themed cards are adorable. They would be cute enough on their own, but attaching the mini block set is an extra treat. She also shared a cute idea for a teacher gift and other cute printable card options.
I absolutely love these coloring page bookmark valentines from Gina at Kleinworth & Co. Your kiddo could color them for their friends or leave them as is so friends get a card and activity in one.
Aly at What Moms Love created these cute valentine cards that are perfect if you don’t want to spend a ton on an added treat. You can get a bag of mini erasers in the Target dollar section right now that would go perfectly.
I love these dino-mite valentines from Kelly at Hello Design Meet Life. They’re bright and colorful and you can easily find an inexpensive pack of mini dinosaurs to go with them. It might be a tough choice between these and the lego theme above for my kindergartener!
If you have a kiddo who loves all things Harry Potter, then these freebies from Amanda at A Few Shortcuts will be a big hit for Valentine’s Day. I love that she taped a glow bracelet “wand” to the cards as an extra touch.
Another great non-food option is this bubble valentine design from Heather at Passion for Savings. You can find bulk packs of bubbles for pretty cheap in the party section of Target or at Party City.
I couldn’t have a round-up of valentines without a Star Wars option! Megan from Wit & Wander created these adorable valentine cards that are perfect for the wannabe Jedi in your life.
Landee from Landeelu created these super fun emoji valentines! If you have a no-candy rule in your class, you could substitute heart shaped erasers for the chocolates.
Amanda at The Gracious Wife designed some really cute fishbowl valentines. You could stick with goldfish or use fish-shaped erasers for a non-edible treat.
If you’re looking for a healthy treat for your kids to share on Valentine’s Day, then these cutie valentines from Autumn at It’s Always Autumn are a great option. I appreciate that these are simple enough for my kids to do the bulk of the assembly.
I’m so appreciative of all the creators who offer these cute designs for free. It’s fun to check out all the options. Now we just need to buckle down and get our valentines made before Tuesday!