Free Printable Valentine’s Cards

I recently got my hands on some really cute graphics. I thought it would be fun to put together a few free printable Valentine’s cards for you. How about that? You want them?

Free Printable Valentine’s Cards:

Free Printable Valentines

Here they are. Just right click and save. Or, click on the image and it will open a new window. Click on it again and it will open in a large window. Then right click and save for a nice, big image.  These are not for commercial use.

This one would be cute attached to a cupcake:

Free Printable Valentine's

I made this one so that it can fold-put it over a cellophane bag of candy or something:


Or a non-folding version:LittleBirdieSmall





Again, cute with a cupcake attached:Icing Who Who2

Now, to really get fancy, I printed some out and attached them to some cute little jars of conversation hearts.

Then using my Silhouette and the new double sided adhesive that they offer, I added glitter around the edges because really, who doesn’t love glitter? (You might have to look close to see it because it’s light colored glitter.)

Free Printable Valentine's Cards

If you want to add some glitter of your own easily to this or other projects, Silhouette has a deal going right now. Get a Silhouette Portrait and a Double Sided Adhesive Starter Kit for $179.99 or, if you already have a Silhouette, just get the Double Sided Adhesive Starter Kit for just $12.99.

The starter kit comes with a bunch of stuff: a spatula, several double sided adhesive sheets, free downloadable designs, GLITTER! and a paint brush. Also an idea book. There are SO many things you could make this with it.

To get either of these deals you’ll need to use the promo code: projects


Happy Valentine’s Day!

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Hey there! I'm Amber, mom of 4 crazy boys, wife of 1 and non-stop, always busy, crazy project doer. (There's a reason why we call it *Crazy* Little Projects.) I love chocolate, reading, sewing and being with people!
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  1. Karen C says

    I wish you’d consider including line drawings for print outs as an option for those of us without a color printer. Those on limited income can’t afford to buy ink and extra things. These looked so sweet!

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