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Cute Valentine Printable Cards & Crafts

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Looking for a cute and inexpensive way to surprise your (secret) Valentine? I’ve made a selection of some lovely free printables for you.


Share the love with these cute DIY Valentine’s Day cards from Tokidoki.

Lia Griffith

Or print some sweet animal cards from Lia Griffith. Lia originally created these Valentine cards for children, but they can also be used by the young at heart (^_^).


A nice alternative to cards are the Minieco geometric heart printables. You could even write a message on the template (before folding) for a personal touch.

conversation heart boxes

These sweet conversation heart boxes require a little more work than just printing, but they would make great great boxes. Actually I’d like to have a couple of them myself…

Eco Panda

Eco Panda will pop out as a surprise when your Valentine opens this DIY pop-up card. The message is a little informal though, but luckily there’s room to include your own romantic words.

I hope that you’ll get your message across with one of these crafts! (◍•ᴗ•◍)❤

Want more ideas? Check out all our Valentine’s Day Crafts.

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2 responses

  1. Laura avatar

    Love all of these!! Especially the printable Toki Doki’s and DIY heart boxes.

  2. Kya avatar

    Oh wow, they are all so lovely. :D

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