free printable Valentines

 

As I was planning my Valentine’s Day projects, I realized that not once had I ever offered free printable Valentines to you. For shame! In true Lars fashion, I let the flowers do the speaking and used the language of flowers tradition once again. I created 5 Valentine’s based on antique botanical illustrations and set with the flower’s meaning and of course, cheesy puns–aside from pink and red, puns are why I love Valentine’s Day. 4 of them–tulip, wild flowers, poppy, pansy–I’m offering here on this post and the rose one I’m offering on my newsletter coming out this week (so you better subscribe!!! See side bar on right to sign up!). Is that not motivation?!

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Guys, I’m WILD FLOWERS for you. Do you even know how much I love horrible puns?!

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Photography by Trisha Zemp  |  Cards & styling by Brittany Jepsen

Print off the Valentine cards below

Print off the TULIP Language of Flowers Valentine here

Print off the POPPY Language of Flowers Valentine here

Print off the WILDFLOWERS Language of Flowers Valentine here

Print off the PANSY Language of Flowers Valentine here

Note: I’ll be sharing the rose Valentine with my newsletter subscribers later this week so please sign up! 

 

 

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