Modern and colorful Valentine’s Day cards for kids (FREE DOWNLOADS)

January 28, 2020

It seems like we were just celebrating Christmas a hot second ago, so it’s hard to believe that Valentine’s Day is just around the corner.

Seriously, how is it almost February?!

You know what that means: Get the Valentine’s Day cards ready for the kids and their classmates.

What kid doesn’t love passing out cards and treats to all their friends?

But as my kiddos get older, I’m discovering that it’s harder to find cards that aren’t plastered with superheroes or Disney characters. My son could care less and would probably love a box of Paw Patrol Valentine’s Day cards, but my daughter really has strong opinions about what she passes out to her buddies.

And she’s not a big fan of the Valentine’s stuff that you generally find in the aisles of the grocery store.

So I decided to make my own Valentine’s Day cards for my kids to hand out, and I wanted to share them with all of you.

I made three different types of Valentine’s Day cards — you can download them all right here!

While they can be used on their own, they’re really designed to accompany a treat bag, just as they’re pictured in the photos below.

The tags will print on a standard 8.5×11 sheet of card stock. There are eight tags to one sheet of paper or card stock, so print as many sheets as you need, cut ’em out, grab your hole puncher, and attach them to a treat bag with some fancy ribbon!

Red and pink modern Valentine’s Day tag (Free download!)

Here’s a fun geometric Valentine’s Day card — I love the red and pink together!

I tied the tag onto the cellophane bag using black and white twine — I love the contrast.

Here’s a closer look at the full printable sheet of tags:

What do you think?

“You’re the sweetest” Valentine’s Day tag (Free download!)

These rainbow Valentine’s Day tags are SO fun.

Take a look:

This style of card that I designed is my daughter’s favorite — she’s using these tags for her classmates this year.

Here I stuffed the cellophane treat bags with sour heart candies, but I’ll probably buy fruit snacks or something else a little healthier for her to take into school. (Yes, I’m totally that mom who tries to buy healthy Valentine’s Day treats … much to the dismay of my kids.)

“You’re dino-mite!” Valentine’s Day tag (Free download!)

The last style I created features one of my son’s favorite animals: dinosaurs!

He was SO excited when he saw these.

Hope on over to my printable library and grab your favorite Valentine’s Day tags right now!

Just click below to get access to all THREE styles … all for free.

About Kate

Hey! I’m Kate — I love decorating with color and pattern. I also love finding decorating “easy” buttons: quick DIYs, simple organization hacks and amazing steals at Target.

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  1. Super cute ideas!

    • Thanks lady … I’m glad you like them!


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