While store-bought cards are easy and readily available, there’s something special about creating a personalized touch to express your feelings and style. Sure you can grab the ones at a big box chain, OR you can find one that will blow people’s minds (if we do say so ourselves). I’m gonna share our favorite printable Valentines cards to make this Valentine’s Day truly memorable and we have some new ones this year that are pretty dang cute!
It has always been a goal of ours to fill our blog and shop with unique pieces. Our Valentine’s Day shop is full of options from different designers and artists with styles ranging from bold and graphic, to delicate and flowery, to detailed and life-like. No matter the style though, we have lots of printable valentine options that will fit the bill.
This year we have some new ones that I think you’re really going to like. Our Valentine’s Day Shop has truly become a work of art, and it is now OPEN and accessible to you! Click here to see the valentines cards these amazing artists created to help you spread the love this year. And below you can learn more about all of the contributing artists!
How Printable Valentines Work
First, browse all of the new valentine options here and below. Each set was created by a unique artist, in their own fun style. There are valentines for your kids to gift to friends, plus plenty of grown-up options for you to gift to your partner, friends, neighbors, family members, the Amazon delivery man, anyone!
After you download the files you like, print however many you need to send them out to family and friends. You can save time and have your local print shop print and cut them. Or even if you end up waiting to the last minute to print them, you can use your home printer too. Our personal home printer favorite is the HP Envy. We use it for everything!
Some of these printable valentines cards, like these pizza valentines, allow you to attach little gifts as part of the card, like these punny options from Artist Amanda Jane Jones. Some take some minor assembly for the full (and adorable) effect, like these from Michele Brummer-Everett. However, if you don’t want to add any other steps to the assembly, there are plenty of options that you can simply print, cut, fold, and send!
Printable valentines and classic candies
New this year are some printable valentines that work perfectly with some classic candies. Pair them together for a thoughtful gift.
You know those iconic strawberry candies that come in the adorable wrappers? I had those in mind when designing these “ripe for the picking” valentines. You can get the download here and order the strawberry candies here. I put them in a 4×6″ cellophane bag and taped together.
Victorian Puzzle Purse Valentine
Chewing gum valentines
I came up with these chewing gum valentines after seeing how much it blew my son’s mind at the thought of getting SO much Hubba Bubba bubble gum in those fun circle containers. We added on some quote sayings to replace the branding of the chewing gum. You can either print onto sticker paper and put it on top of the existing sticker OR you can add double sided stick tape to paper OR you can do what I did and remove the original sticker and use the remaining stick to add on the new circle. Worked like a charm!
Circus peanut Valentine
Have you ever seen these adorable circus peanut candies? They come in a fun palette of yellow, pink, white, and orange. I envisioned a little circus pack of peanuts as a super cute way to share the Valentine love. You cut around the shape of the printable (printable found here), use these circus peanut candies, these 3×5″ cellophane bags to put the candies in.
Sunshine on a cloudy day valentine
I love the idea of giving a “sunshine on a cloudy day” valentine. I used these 3×7″ cellophane bags filled with all sorts of yellow candies and this sunshine printable.
To complete our sunshine and rainbows, I wanted some lightning valentines. I found these little lightning stickers that are a great alternative to candy BUT I also found this lightning candy that would be so cute.
Browse through our entire collection and download as many designs as your heart desires.
Find the printable valentines here.
Printable Valentines by Artists We Love
By Jacqueline Colley
Jacqueline Colley is an illustrator and Pattern Designer based in East London with a love of colour, pattern and optimistic designs! Her Valentine collection is bright, creative, and oh so whimsical! It includes this Love Token Card, Signed Sealed Delivered Stamp Card, Perfect Match Card, and the Love Birds Card. See them all here!
By Jéssyka Gomes
Jéssyka is an illustrator and designer who is inspired by daily life, children’s books, embroidery and all the little things that makes her day happier. Each of her 3 valentines are perfect for brightening up anyone’s day! Download her valentine set here.
By Amanda Jane Jones
Amanda is a Freelance Graphic Designer, Mama, Author and Illustrator. Her children’s book Yum Yummy Yuck is one of Jasper’s favorite! In fact, we carry prints inspired by her book in our Print Shop here.
Her valentines are as clever as every, and were created to add a small gift! Attach treats like a stick of gum, a shiny new pencil, and more. Download the Valentine Card Giftables here, and the Valentine Button and Shirt Cards here.
By Danielle Kroll
Danelle is an artist, living in Upstate New York, who makes hand painted illustrations, ceramics and textile designs. Her Love Potion Valentine is just the thing for putting your special someone under your spell this February 14th.
By Normandie Luscher
Normandie Luscher is a freelance illustrator and adjunct professor at MICA. Her valentines are created to wrap around a little gift to complete the pun! Keep the spark alive with these matchbox valentines. Or try these Valentine Candle Wraps, or these Chocolate Wraps! You cannot go wrong with chocolate for Valentine’s Day.
By Julie Marabelle
Julie Marabelle is a French artist and founder of Famille Summerbelle where she designs illustrated products for the home since 2008. We are obsessed with her papercutting work, and actually carry several floral prints of hers in our Print Shop here!
After social distancing for so long, the people we share our homes with are more special than ever. Julie’s valentines were made to tell them that! Download her My Home is Your Home card here. For a complete gift that is great for family and neighbors, this version folds into a box shaped like a house! Julie also created two other valentine card designs for you to choose from here and here.
By Hilary Onyon
Hilary Onyon is a third generation female artist who gathers much inspiration from the strong creative women she came from. Her Valentine collection includes this classic Cupid Valentines in pink and blue, the Hey You card, and Kiss Me card.
By Jessica Whittaker
Jess Whittaker is an Illustrator and Surface Pattern Designer. She helps fight stigmas around Mental Illness through her work. And, bonus points, she used to be a part of the Lars team!
By Rosie Harbottle
Rosie Harbottle is a UK based illustrator with a passion for travel and culture that’s clearly expressed through her art.
If you and your significant other survived quarantine together, it must be the real deal! Acknowledge how strong your relationship is by gifting one of Rosie’s cards to your “lockdown lover.” Download her collection here.
By Michele Brummer Everett
Michéle is an illustrator and designer from South Africa who now lives in the United States. Her Valentine collection is bright, fun, and interactive! See the Beet Valentine Puns here, 3D “UnFROGettable” Valentines here, “You’re EGGstra Special” Valentines here, and even some foldable Heart Boxes here.
By Jessie Kanelos Weiner
Jessie Kanelos Weiner is a Franco-American illustrator and author of “Edible Paradise: A Coloring Book of Seasonal Fruits and Vegetables” and the “In Stride” walking guidebooks. We have long been inspired by her work, and actually offer some free cake toppers inspired by her work here in our shop!
Jessie’s valentine collection includes these Cake Toppers and her Eiffel Tower Valentine perfect for adding a shiny new hair accessory to. Plus download and cut out these hearts and turn your face mask into a work of art, and spread love not germs.
By Emily Isabella
Emily Isabella lives in the Hudson Valley and is endlessly inspired by small moments of everyday life. Her valentine collection is interactive, with clever tear-off elements! Give half to you best friend, or tear off the petals to find out does he love you? Does he love you not? (Hint: he loves you.) You can also send this printable postcard she created.
By Angie Stalker
Angie Stalker is an artist, illustrator and designer who invents playful, bright, and artful objects that send waves of optimism and confidence into every day. She really went all out for this Valentine’s Day collection for you. You can find her work in the form of Valentine cards (here and here), paper vase cards, large paper vases, IOU valentine coupons, and even an art poster in our shop now! Shop Angie’s full Valentine collection here.
By Michelle Christensen of My Little Belleville
Michelle is the international illustrator and designer behind the brand My Little Belleville. You can see her work on multiple projects throughout our archives!
By Josefina Schargorodsky
Josefina Schargorodsky is a designer and illustrator from Buenos Aires, Argentina. Her work is inspired by romantic nostalgia and the beauty of small things. Her new Postage Stamp Cards will brighten up this month, rain or shine. Send them over snail mail to an old friend!
More Printable Valentines
Click here to see all of the new valentines in our Valentine’s Day Shop! There is somehow even more to see, like these XOXO Glasses, new giftable hair accessories, and more. Seriously, the goods just keep coming!!!