In today’s post: Find 35 cute Valentines Day cards for kids that you can print at home! Your kids will love helping you print + compile these cards to give to friends.
Giving cards and small treats to friends is the highlight of Valentine’s Day for most kids. Make it even more fun this year by helping your kids make cute cards for their friends. It’s really easy using one of the printable options below. Each of the unique designs get paired with an inexpensive gift or treat to make giving out the cards extra fun. Just click the linked title or blog name of the one you want to go to the blog post where that printable is offered.
35 DIY Valentine’s cards
Attach mini gliders or even paper airplanes to these cute printable Valentine’s cards from It’s Always Autumn.
If you’re looking for a healthy option your child’s classmates will still enjoy, download this “you’re a cutie” Valentine from It’s Always Autumn.
Here’s another fun way to give a healthier treat for Valentine’s Day: Fruit Cup Valentines.
For a printable Valentine card that’s sure to make kids laugh, use this Nose pencil sharpener Valentine from Nest of Posies. Both older and younger kids will love it.
If you’re short on time and need to make homemade Valentine cards quickly, try this idea from My Name is Snickerdoodle: print out tags on cardstock and attach a Koolaid Single.
It’s fun to include small gifts with your Valentine’s card, and here’s one the preschoolers will love: PlayDOH Valentines from It’s Always Autumn.
This is another cute idea that all ages will appreciate: slap bracelet Valentines from It’s Always Autumn.
Skip the sappy sentiments and go with something kiddos will appreciate, like this Love is a battlefield Valentine from Love + Marriage Blog.
What better way to say Happy Valentine’s Day than with slime? Get the Valen-slime printables from Skip to My Lou.
You can find these cute emoji bracelets on Amazon, then print out the cards to go with them here. Four cards print on a page; just cut them out with scissors and slide a bracelet over each card. Secure with a bit of tape on the back and you’re done!
One big box of fruit leather from Costco will give you more than enough treats to share with an entire classroom using these Naturally Sweet Valentines.
For a really inexpensive DIY Valentine’s card, print out these cute mazes and puzzles from Sunny Day Family. These cards would be cute paired with a mini box of crayons.
This printable Valentine is simply magic! Magical Unicorn Valentine from The Cards We Drew.
The best DIY Valentine Cards are full of puns, like this adorable Love is in the Air Valentine from Eighteen25 – pair it with a heart shape balloon!
More Valentines Day Card Ideas
Grab a few boxes of gum to make these Extra Awesome Valentines from The Crafting Chicks.
For a fun candy-free treat, give crazy straw Valentine’s from It’s Always Autumn:
Kids can help tape the maze toys onto these “You AMAZE me” Valentines from Frog Prince Paperie.
Toddlers and little kids will love the cars on these “You make my heart race” DIY Valentines from hello, Wonderful. Use ribbons, yarn, or twine to tie the cars onto the printable cards.
Find 4 different varieties of tiny animal printable Valentine cards at Sweet C’s Designs, each with special messages.
Print out these “Hoppy Valentine’s Day!” cards and tape on a jumping frog for a super easy DIY Valentine’s card. From It’s Always Autumn.
These cute felt heart topped bookmark Valentines would be the perfect craft for slightly older kids to make for their friends! Get instructions at Thirty Handmade Days.
Any kid would be thrilled to come home with a bag of bubble gum, and thanks to a free printable from Crazy Little Projects these treat packages will come together extremely quickly:
These super sized arrows Simple Simon and Co. made from giant pixie sticks are one of the cutest Valentine’s Day crafts I’ve seen! They’re perfect for your child’s closest friends:
When you can find glow sticks for 10 or 15 for a dollar, you can make these fun Valentines from Kommunicated for lots of friends for just a few bucks.
These “same school” Valentines featuring Swedish Fish are too cute for words. Get the printable at I Heart Naptime.
Turn card making into a fun Valentine’s Day craft with these cute “I think you’re a star” Valentines from It’s Always Autumn.
This Scrabble Valentine pairs crackers with letters on them with a cute mini scrabble game board. I love the creativity from Positively Splendid.
Here’s another idea that’s a game and treat all in one: Tic Tac Toe Valentines from Nest of Posies.
Kids will love this bouncy ball Valentine from Somewhat Simple. The printable is made so you can punch out a hole in the card and pop a bouncy ball in.
These cute tags are sized to fit perfectly on a package of bubble gum tape. Get the tags at My Name is Snickerdoodle.
This card from What Moms Love is another great non-food option: pair a cute eraser with the saying: You’re Erase-sistable!
Everyone loves pirates, especially when they come with candy coins like these cute cards from Make Life Lovely.
Tie a mini container of bubbles onto this card with twine for a candy free Valentine kids will be excited to receive. Printable from Made with Happy.
Lego Valentines are sure to be a favorite! Get the cards at The Resourceful Mama.
Pair this cute card with a bag of Goldfish crackers. From Leap of Faith Crafting.
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