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Quick Valentines to Make using Valentine Printables

Written by: | Published: February 08, 2015 | Updated: February 06, 2022

Here is a list of fun Quick Valentines to Make using Valentine Printables. You’ll find something for everyone on your sweetheart list! There are so many super cute ideas for making Valentines for your someone special. Whether you are looking for a Valentine card for your sweetheart, or something your kids can take to their class Valentine’s Day party, there are a ton of choices. I’ve asked a bunch of creative friends to share their favorite Valentines that are quick and easy to put together and include free printable Valentines you can use.

Quick Valentines to Make with Printables
Quick Valentines to Make Using Printables

You don’t need any special supplies or tools or artistic skills to make super adorable and loving Valentines! If you want to add your own extra sparkle, go right ahead. But if you’re in a rush to get something fun and out the door, here’s a great list of ideas for you!

Note, you do need a printer to print out these Valentines.

Quick Valentines to Make using Valentine Printables

Sometimes you might want to make Valentines SUPER QUICK, so just print out a set, cut and you’re finished. You can also dress up these quick Valentines with extra goodies. But also consider using printable Valentines that you can assemble to make your own unique Valentine cards. You can take pieces and parts of printable Valentine art and combine it to make fun Valentines all your own!

Quick Printable Valentines designed by Jen Goode

I have a selection of Printable Valentines I’d designed that you can use to make a whole pile of loving messages for your favorite people. Check out my Valentines Printables section for inspiration and ideas. Some of these ideas include, Conversation heart gift tags you can use to make Valentine’s Day card, Happy Hearts classroom Valentines and Valentine Penguins (oh YES, the penguins are back!). You can also use my Owl Always Love Your printable Valentine coupon book to make individual classroom Valentines.

Here are the printable Valentines I’ve created. Click each thumbnail to visit the tutorial and download the file.

More Printable Valentines You will Love!

Zombie Valentine

Zombie Valentine from Morena’s Corner- Learn how to make a creepy cute little zombie go go along with this free printable Valentine message, “If I were a Zombie I’d Eat you the Most”.

Love in Many Languages

Love in Different Languages from Sand and Sisal. This printable makes for a beautiful home decor gift your sweetie will love. You’ll find 4 different versions of this pretty printable Valentine art.

Share something Hot Valentine

Share something Hot – designed by Angie from The Country Chic Cottage. This cute mason jar gift idea includes a printable that is perfect for your Valentine’s favorite hot cocoa or coffee gift.

Bruno Mars Valentine

Bruno Mars inspired Valentine Art from Mad in Crafts. This set of hand drawn printable art is so fun! It’s inspired by the lyrics of Uptown Funk and full of spunk. I really love the watercoloring Jessica did with these. There are 3 different art pieces.

So Berry Nuts Valentine

So Berry Nuts About You Valentines from Always in Wonder. These free printables are a clever word play on one of my favorite snacks,  I’m a big trail mix fan, love the dried berries and almonds! There are 4 versions of this design available.

Deer to Me

You are such a Deer to Me from Just Paint It. This free Valentine printable has a little woodland appeal. There are two versions, this one features a beautiful silhouette of a deer with antlers, the other is an illustration of the deer head.

EOS Monster Printable Valentines

EOS Monster Valentines from The Idea Room – these cute monsters each feature a big monster nose using an EOS lip balm (love!). Such a clever non-candy Valentine idea everyone will love.

Printable Valentine Bunting

Printable Valentine Bunting from Today’s Creative Blog. This free printable Valentine decor is perfect for decorating for your sweeties. Get a little creative,  you can also use this printable to make your own cute banner flag shaped valentines.

Cheers to Friendship Printable Valentines

Cheers to a Fabulous Friendship from HomeMadeville. This is such a cute bottle candy idea with a free printable to help you put it all together.

Disney Olaf Printable Valentine

Frozen Olaf Valentines from Mom Endevors. Who doesn’t love Olaf? This free printable Valentines are fun to put together. You could make individual Olafs to give as Valentines, or you could gift the printable as the valentine that the kids get to put together themselves. This would also make a fun party activity!

Quick printable Valentines for Kids
Quick printable Valentines for Kids

Non-Candy Valentine Ideas for Kids from Fun Crafts Kids. Theres a great selection of no-candy ideas using printables you can put together super quick. Make treats to hand out using pencils, rules, Goldfish snacks and other fun goodies. My favorite is the You Rock printable and pet rock shared from Little Loveables!

More Valentines To Print and Share

Printable Heart Box Pattern from Red Ted Art – are you looking for a cute packaging idea for your Valentine treats? This printable gift box is just the thing you need AND it’s not that hard to make… you’re gonna LOVE it!

Color Your Own Valentines Cards from Kids Activities Blog – I designed this set of Printable Valentine’s Day cards that can be used to give to classmates or family and friends. The entire set can be colors and assembled however you like. It’s quick, easy and Free to download!

Heart Coloring Page Printable from Projects for Preschoolers – this coloring page would make a great gift a child can color and then you frame, or shrink and print to make Valentines Cards the kids can color.

You Make my Heart Glow Valentines by Jen Goode (yours truly). These take a little bit more time because you print out all the pieces and then assemble your Valentines  – all crafty-like with glue and glitter. But if you have a few extra minutes, they turn out super cute.

Looking for more Quick Valentine Inspiration? I’ve got some creative fun for you. Check out my Valentine’s Day Ideas here anf my Valentine’s Day board on Pinterest. There are so many fun things you can create for Valentine’s Day. Printable Valentines save you the trouble of having to draw a design yourself, just print and get creating. If you have some favorite printable Valentine’s day projects, I’d love to hear about them!

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6 thoughts on “Quick Valentines to Make using Valentine Printables”

  1. One of my girlfriends is a 4th grade school teacher we are working on putting a bunch of these Valentines cards together for the kids this Friday for their Valentines party. Thanks for sharing and providing printable formats..makes it so much easier.


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