Spread the love! Whether it’s platonic, familial, or romantic love, make sure the other person knows how you feel with these “love” in cursive font printables. Use these printables as coloring pages, DIY décor, lunchbox notes, or as a way to learn how to write “love” in cursive with a little extra flare.
Between your elementary school cursive lessons and online examples of cursive alphabets (like this uppercase cursive alphabet letters and lowercase cursive alphabet), you can probably figure out how to spell “love” in cursive, but it would lack that little something extra….
That’s where the 3 free “love” written in cursive printables come in! They aren’t just the word “love” in cursive. Nope, these printables feature decorative elements, like hearts, that really make them stand out.
How to Write “Love” in Cursive
As mentioned earlier, from coloring pages to lunchbox notes, there are a lot of different ways you can use these printables. One option is to learn how to draw “love” in cursive. How do you write “love” in cursive? Great question!
Whether you want to learn how to spell “love” in cursive using “traditional” cursive or learn how to draw “love” in cursive, as seen in the templates below, the method is the same! You’ll trace a “love” in cursive font. Yep, the answer to how do you write “love” in cursive is tracing; more specifically:
- Pick the alphabet (this can be any alphabet including this cursive bubble letters alphabet) or the template you want to use, such as the 3D heart “love” in cursive printable.
- Print the letters you need or the printable you selected.
- Place a thin-ish piece of paper on top of the printable. (You want to be able to see “love” in cursive font through the top paper.)
- Carefully trace the word “love” in cursive and any decorative elements.
- Repeat steps 3 and 4 until you’re satisfied with your tracing or feel confident enough to give it a try free-hand!
There you have it—you now know the answer to the question how do you spell “love” in cursive!
Love in Cursive: Shot Through the Heart
The word “love” in cursive in this printable has been shot through with an arrow and the arrow head is in the shape of a heart. Could it be cupid’s arrow? Regardless, it’s so cute!
If you’re pressed for time or looking for an activity to do with your little ones, this “love” written in cursive printable would make a sweet coloring sheet! Not only is coloring fun and frugal it’s also good for you and your kids, thanks to its numerous cognitive and mental benefits. Want more love themed coloring pages? Be sure to check out:
Love in Cursive: No 3D Glasses Required
This 3D heart “love” in cursive looks like it’s coming right at you! (No 3D glasses needed!) 😉
Are you planning to use this 3D heart “love” in cursive template to create a heartfelt card? If so, you might want to add something extra to the front of the card, to accompany the word love. Stick with the 3D theme by using these 3D bubble letters alphabet!
Love in Cursive: Passing Love Notes
This “love” in cursive font looks sort of like a note … so go with it, and use it as a lunchbox note for someone special in your life! From your kids to your spouse, lunchbox notes are a simple way to brighten someone’s day. Not familiar? Don’t worry, lunchbox notes are as easy as learning how to spell “love” in cursive! 😉
- Pick a “love” written in cursive printable or even just a scrap piece of paper.
- Write a quick, cute, and thoughtful note on the printable or piece of paper.
- Hide it in that special someone’s lunch bag.
And you can write just about anything. You could write something specific to their day such as “good luck on your test” or “your presentation is the bomb; you’ve got this!” Or you could write something a bit more generic but no less thoughtful. Regardless of what you write, the recipient will feel so touched that you thought of them and surprised them!
Bonus: Looking for printables other than these “love” in cursive font templates to use as lunchbox notes? How about these free printable heart templates cut outs or free printable conversation hearts?
However you use these “love” written in cursive printables, don’t hold back! The world could use a little more love! 🙂