Printable Valentines Day Cards

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and it’s time to start thinking about what you’ll give your special someone or classmates. If you’re looking for something unique and fun, look no further than these printable Valentines Day cards! Featuring 12 hand-drawn designs that you can print as many times over as you want. Each with a gardening and plant theme and funny puns, these cards are sure to bring a smile to anyone’s face.

Print & Snip

One of the best things about these valentines is that you can download and print them right from the comfort of your own home. Easy cut lines are included so with a sharp pair of scissors or a guillotine, you get 6 valentines from 1 page in just a few easy snips.

No need to go to the store and search for the perfect cards, these are available at your fingertips.

Printable valentines day cards - plant and garden puns

Printable Valentines Day Cards to Color

If you’re like me, you’re tired of receiving more small plastic toys to just find hidden in couch nooks and crannies. Here’s a great alternative to give – the excitement of coloring! Attach a colored pencil or crayon to the back with cute washi tape and you’ve now given a fun and interactive activity for classmates to enjoy.

Your little one an avid colorer? Let them color them in themselves and then gift their masterpieces to their friends instead!

Gift Tags for Teachers

Not only are these cards great for classmates, but they also make great tags if you’re giving out Valentine’s Day gifts. These unique and playful designs are sure to stand out from the traditional store-bought valentines.

Don’t settle for boring, mass-produced Valentine’s Day cards this year. Make this holiday extra special with these hand-drawn, gardening and plant-themed printable valentines day cards. They’re available now in my¬†Etsy shop, so head on over and grab yours today!

Free Coloring Pages Monthly

Looking for more coloring fun? Don’t miss out receiving a free download coloring page at the start of every month! We kept the plant theme going this February.

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