20 FREE Printable Valentines

Looking for some printable valentines?

I have the cutest printable valentines that you can add to your Valentine’s Day gift!

I have 20 EASY and FUN printable Valentine’s for you! Let’s get started.


#1: Popcorn Valentine

You make my heart POP! How adorable is this printable Valentine for your child’s classroom?

This couldn’t be easier to put together too, which is always nice.

How to do this activity

A. Materials you need

  • popcorn
  • tape
  • printable
Click HERE for your FREE Popcorn Valentine

B. Set-up

Print off the sheet of popcorn valentines from the bundle provided.

C. Activity

Cut out the printable and tape it to the packaging of the popcorn.

These are PERFECT to hand out for a classroom Valentine’s Day party.


#2: Watercolor Paint Valentine

Got a little artist? This printable Valentine is great for a child who loves to paint!

Plus, the kids will love getting this fun and different gift.

How to do this activity

A. Materials you need

Click HERE for your watercolor paint printable

B. Set-up

Print off the printables from the bundle!

C. Activity

Loop some Valentine’s Day ribbon around the top of the watercolor palette.

Use a hole punch to punch a hole in each card and loop the card onto the ribbon.

Tie a knot around it, so it stays on! Write your child’s name on the card.

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#3: Building Block Valentine

This is one of my favorite printable Valentine’s cards! Kids will love this fun and different Valentine.

You can grab these building blocks at your local dollar store or grab them on amazon. No need to buy name-brand blocks.

How to do this activity

A. Materials you need

Click HERE for your FREE building block printable

B. Set-up

Add some bricks into a clear bag and tie it with a ribbon!

C. Activity

Print off my building blocks valentines from the bundle!

Then, punch a hole in the side of the card and loop it through the ribbon on the bag, and tie a knot.

Hand out for your child’s Valentine’s this year!


#4: Bookmark Valentine

What a cute and simple printable valentine that kids will love to color!

Kids will love adding these DIY bookmarks to books they are reading!

How to do this activity

A. Materials you need

  • printable bookmarks
  • hole punch
  • ribbon
Click HERE for your FREE bookmark valentine

B. Set-up

Print off the three bookmark options and cut them out.

C. Activity

Punch a hole at the top of the bookmark and tie a ribbon at the top!

Have your child write their name at the bottom of the bookmark. Then, kids can color them so they can use them in their books!

I <3 this idea SO much for a school Valentine’s Day party. This can also be a cute teacher Valentine for students or from parents to kids.


#5: Play-Doh Valentine

Here’s another cute valentine printable that kids will love to receive!

What kiddo doesn’t love play dough? Mini play dough sets are a great non-candy option.

How to do this activity

A. Materials you need

Click HERE for your free Play-Dough Valentine

B. Set-up

Print off the play dough valentine’s from the bundle provided above.

C. Activity

Add 2 mini play dough containers into the clear bag. If you decide to grab the toys too, add 1-2 toys inside.

Then, tie a ribbon to the bag and punch a hole in each card. Loop the card through the ribbon and tie a knot!

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#6: Orange Valentine

Were you looking for a healthy printable valentine’s option? I got you covered!

Orange you glad that we are friends? How adorable is this healthy option? I know some schools don’t allow candy valentines, so this is a great food option!

How to do this activity

A. Materials you need

  • clementines
  • clear bags
  • ribbon
  • hole punch
Click HERE for your FREE orange printable

B. Set-up

Place a clementine in a clear bag.

C. Activity

Tie a ribbon to the bag and punch a hole at the top of the tag.

Then, loop it through the ribbon and tie a knot, so it stays! What a cute valentine!


#7: Pop It Valentine

Pop It’s are ALL the rage with the kids. My two kids can’t get enough of them.

This printable Valentine is sure to be a hit with the kids in class.

How to do this activity

A. Materials you need

  • mini Pop-It’s
  • bags
  • free printable
  • tape
Click HERE for your FREE Pop It Valentine

B. Set-up

Add the Pop It to the clear bags

C. Activity

Print off the Pop It valentines’s in the bundle provided. Then, tape the card to the bag.

This is a simple and fun valentine to pass out in class!


#8: Valentine Color by Code

Here’s a cute and interactive Valentine to hand out this year!

My kids love color by codes. This one is the perfect printable Valentine to hand to their friends or add as your Valentine’s Day gift to the kids.

How to do this activity

A. Materials you need

  • crayons
  • markers
  • printable
Click HERE for your free color by code

B. Set-up

Print off the color by codes you want to use as a Valentine.

C. Activity

There is no section for a from on this printable, so you can write that in at the top or the bottom of the page.

I always print these on cardstock paper, so it holds up better! This is a large piece of paper; it’s not a small valentine- make sure to keep that in mind so they can be sent to school in a folder to keep them safe!


#9: Tic-Tac-Toe Valentine

This is an adorable and simple printable valentine for your kids to pass out to friends!

I love that this one is interactive for the kids to play tic-tac-toe!

How to do this activity

A. Materials you need

  • free tic-tac-toe printable
  • Valentine’s Day candy
  • tape
Click Here for your free tic-tac-toe boards

B. Set-up

Print off the tic-tac-toe printable from the bundle provided

C. Activity

Tape a pack of Valentine’s Day candy on the back of the tic-tac-toe boards and pass them out for a valentine’s day card!

Kids can play tic-tac-toe with the candy!


#10: Gum Ball Valentine

This gumball printable Valentine could not be cuter. I love how fun and colorful it is.

It’s super simple to put together too!

How to do this activity

A. Materials you need

  • gum balls
  • clear bag
  • tape
  • free printable
Click here for your free gumball valentine
B. Set-up

Print off the gumball printable!

C. Activity

Add gumballs to a bag and tape the gumball valentine card to it!


#11: Bubble Valentine

“Valentine, you blow me away!” This is such a sweet printable valentine to hand out.

All kids love bubbles! This is the perfect and simple Valentine to hand out.

How to do this activity

A. Materials you need

  • bubbles
  • tape
  • bubble valentine printable
Click HERE for your free bubble valentine

B. Set-up

Print off the bubble valentine in the bundle provided.

C. Activity

Tape a small bubble wand on the card! Or, if you buy the bigger bubbles, you can use a hole punch to attach a ribbon around the top of the bubbles to tie the card onto the bottle.


#12: Crayon Heart Printable

I have two fun crayon-themed printable valentines for you!

Make your own heart-shaped crayons or place a card onto a box of crayons.

How to do this activity

A. Materials you need

  • crayons
  • silicone heart shape mold
  • tape
  • free printable
Click HERE for your FREE Crayon Valentine

B. Set-up

To make your own crayons, add old crayons to warm water, so it’s easy to peel off the paper of the crayon.

Break the crayons to fit into the heart shape molds. Then, preheat the oven to 250 degrees.

C. Activity

Place the mold onto a baking tray and put it in the oven for 9-12 minutes. Keep checking to see if the crayons have fully melted. Once they have, take them out of the oven to cool.

After about a half hour, you can remove them from the mold! Then, tape them onto the Valentine cards provided.


#13: Fruit Snack Valentine

Fruit snacks are PERFECT to hand out as a Valentine’s day snack!

Grab this fruit snack free printable Valentine to create this simple Valentine for your child’s class.

How to do this activity

A. Materials you need

  • fruit snacks (we chose Welch’s heart fruit snacks)
  • tape
  • free printable
Click HERE for your free fruit snack valentine

B. Set-up

Print off the fruit snack valentine from the bundle above.

C. Activity

Have your child write their name on each Valentine and tape the fruit snacks onto the bottom of the card!


#14: Dinosaur Valentine

Use this fun dinosaur printable Valentine for your child’s Valentine’s Day party!

My kids love dinosaurs, which is great because they can color them.

How to do this activity

A. Materials you need

  • dinosaur valentine printable

B. Set-up

Print off the dinosaur valentine from the bundle provided.

Click here for your free dinosaur valentine

C.Activity

Have your child write their name on the Valentine’s to pass out to their class.

This simple card doesn’t require anything else to be added on!


#15: Ring Pop Valentine

Handing Ring Pops out for the class valentine is PERFECT!

Grab my free Ring Pop printable valentines to make this simple and adorable Valentine.

How to do this activity

A. Materials you need

  • Ring Pops
  • hole punch
  • ribbon
  • free template
Click HERE for your free Ring Pop Printable

B. Set-up

Print off the Ring Pop printable from the bundle provided above.

C. Activity

Punch a hole on the side of the Ring Pop package as well as on the side of the card.

Then, line up the holes from the card and the package and thread a ribbon through it. Finally, tie a knot, and you have the cutest little, Valentine.


#16: Pencil Valentine

This is one of my favorite printable Valentine’s that I have made!

It’s so stinking cute! It couldn’t be easier to put together, either.

How to do this activity

A. Materials you need

  • Valentine’s Day pencils
  • tape
  • free pencil printable
Click HERE for your pencil valentine

B. Set-up

Print off the pencil valentine’s from the bundle above and cut them out.

C. Activity

Tape the pencils to the cards and have your child write their name on each one!

This is also a great printable valentine for teachers to give their students.


#17: Donut Valentine

This is my favorite card out of all the ones that I created. I LOVE how they turned out.

Plus, who doesn’t love donuts? This is a great printable valentine to hand out!

How to do this activity

A. Materials you need

  • mini donuts
  • clear bags
  • ribbon
  • hole punch
  • free printable
Click here for your free donut valentine

B. Set-up

Print off the donut valentine cards from the bundle provided.

C. Activity

Stack 3 donuts on top of each other in a bag and tie them with a Valentine’s Day ribbon!

Then, use a hole punch to punch a hole in the card and loop it through the ribbon. Finally, tie a knot to make it stay.

These are adorable and easy to make for a class party.


#18: Maze Valentines

How to do this activity

A. Materials you need

  • maze printable card
Click here for your free maze valentine

B. Set-up

Print off the maze valentines from the free bundle provided

C. Activity

Have your child write their name on each card to pass out for their Valentine’s Day cards!

This is another simple idea that doesn’t require adding any other item.


#19: Handprint Valentine Templates

Handprint crafts are my favorite! They make for the perfect Valentine’s Day craft to give to someone.

I have different varieties of each template to make it easy for you to make a card for someone this year!

How to do this activity

A. Materials you need

  • acrylic paint
  • paint brush
  • poms
  • glue
  • cardstock paper
  • free templates
Click HERE for your FREE Valentine’s Templates

B. Set-up

Print off the templates you want to use, and grab your paints!

C. Activity

Create a few of these cards for some special people in your life! I have options for parents, grandparents, and teachers! These are fun and adorable!


#20: Cereal Valentine

This cereal printable Valentine is simple to put together and adorable!

I also have different options of sayings on the cards so that they can work as a teacher’s gift to students.

How to do this activity

A. Materials you need

  • mini cereal bags or boxes
  • hole punch
  • ribbon
  • free cereal printable
Click here for your free cereal valentine

B. Set-up

Print off the cereal valentine cards from the bundle.

C. Activity

Punch a hole in the cereal card and punch a hole in the corner of the cereal bag. If you have mini cereal boxes, you can just tape the card on.


Final Thoughts and Conclusion

I hope you found some fun printable valentines for a class Valentine’s party or a Valentine’s Day gift!

If you do anything special for Valentine’s Day with your kids, we’d love to hear about it. Please let us know in the comments below what your favorite activity is to do with your kids or students!

Happy Valentine’s Day!

Deena <3

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