There’s a lot to love about free Valentine printables, and that isn’t just Cupid’s arrows talking! 😉 From education to entertainment to heartfelt cards and gifts, free Valentine’s Day printables have more to offer than a box of assorted chocolates. Read on for some of my favorites!
Printables are a great way to save money and … well, do other stuff—educate your kiddos, organize your home and finances, entertain the kids, entertain yourself, make gifts or cards, decorate your home, and more! I know, it’s a lot; you can see why I’m pretty passionate about printables, right? And free Valentine printables are no exception!
In addition to being frugal and versatile, printables can be used by just about everyone. For example, as you’ll see, this article includes free printable Valentines for kids and adults. I’ll also share options that could serve as free teacher Valentine printables, meaning they could be used in a classroom, and of course, any of these printables are great for at home use. So … warm up your printer, and let’s dive in!
Free Valentine Printables: Bubble Letters
Okay, I love printables, and I love bubble letters, but put them together and you’ve really got something special—like chocolate and peanut butter! And I’m head over heels for this free “Happy Valentine’s Day” in bubble letters printable. There’s just so much you can do with it.
I go more in-depth in the blog post itself, but this printable can easily be turned into a semi-homemade free printable Valentine card. You can keep it simple by just coloring in the bubble letters (or letting the kids color them in) or get all DIY diva and break out your crafting supplies!
This printable can also be used as a coloring sheet to either entertain the kids or help you unwind. (Yes, coloring is great for promoting relaxation!) If recess is cancelled due to nasty winter weather, use this as a free teacher Valentine printable and have all the kids in your class color a sheet for Mom and/or Dad!
Speaking of teachers, there are a lot of educational benefits to bubble letters, so if you’re looking for more great alphabet options, here are 18 free printable bubble letters templates.
To keep it seasonally appropriate, opt for a set of free Valentine printable bubble letters! Choose from a set of colorful Valentine bubble letters (pictured below), which are ready to be used in craft projects, flash cards, or matching games, or blank Valentine bubble letters (pictured above), which can be used as coloring sheets.
Tip: Psst! Not a teacher? Don’t be too quick to overlook these; there’s a lot you can do with bubble letters around the home including making semi-homemade gifts and cards.
Free Valentine Printables: Cards
Whether your kids want to hand out Valentine’s to their classmates, friends, or family or you want to tell that special someone just how special they are, free Valentine’s Day printables can help … without blowing your budget! And these free printable Valentine cards aren’t just frugal. Nope, they’re also super sweet and there’s a really wide variety to choose from.
Free Valentine’s Day printables aren’t just for Valentine’s Day. Nope, you can brighten someone’s whole week by giving them a free printable Valentine cards with a thoughtful message each day leading up to February 14th. For example, you could use them as lunchbox notes and slip one into your child or partner’s lunch each day!
Free Valentine Printables: Gifts
Semi-homemade gifts with free printable gift tags are an affordable, easy, and thoughtful way to show someone you care. Seriously, while they’re perfect for Valentine’s Day, there’s no reason you couldn’t use them anytime you want to show someone you’re thinking of them or that you appreciate them. Here are some of my fav semi-homemade gifts with printable gift tags:
What I love about these semi-homemade gifts is that they can work for kids or adults. Plus, their great free printable Valentines for kids to give to Mom or Dad since they’re quick, easy, and inexpensive to put together.
I love using printables as a frugal way to enhance any holiday, including Valentine’s. I know some people aren’t big on celebrating this holiday, but I think given all the upheaval in the world we should take every chance to tell the people around us that we love and appreciate them! These are some of my favorite free Valentine’s Day printables, including free teacher Valentine printables and options for kids. I hope they have you feeling the love this February 14th!
What do you think of these printables? Are there free Valentine’s Day printables you’ve used in the past? Share your experiences, inspiration, and feedback in the comments!