This sweet and adorable free Valentine’s Day printable will add whimsy, color, and a bit of love to your Valentine’s display. Bonus: these can be downloaded, printed, and used as cards!
Free Valentine’s Day Printable
This free Valentine’s Day Printable is a set of textured “hugs and kisses” in the iconic Valentine’s style of X’s and O’s.
The color palette is sure to coordinate with any Valentine decor or crafts you’re working on and can also be used as a card.
Full Set: Valentine’s Day Printables
For just a couple of dollars, you can get the full set which includes all three designs shown above in a coordinated color theme. They are offered in the Ruffles and Rain Boots Etsy shop, so your transaction is 100% secure.
Design 1: X’s and O’s Valentine’s Day Printable (Free)
Mentioned above, the X’s and O’s design is a crowd-pleaser and can be used for Valentine’s day decor or as cards.
Design 2: Heart Word Cloud Valentine’s Day Printable
This second one is my favorite (if I had to choose). It’s an adorable, hand-compiled heart silhouette full of Valentine’s Day themed sayings and words. I created, colored, and sized each of these words by hand.
Design 3: Subway-Style Word Valentine’s Day Printable
The final design is a subway design, easy-to-read from afar or close-up. Each design can stand on its own, but this print is adorable when paired with the other two.
Ideas on How to Display Your Valentine’s Day Printables
I love using printables around the house, decoupaged to various items, and even to give as cards. Is it just me or are cards super expensive? Below are a few ideas to get your creative gears turning…
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- Equal Frames. St in an entryway or on a family or dining room wall, these are easy-to-read and have a bold design as to not get lost. They would look best in a bright white frame.
- Alternative Frames. Sized down, multisized, or framed in shaped frames. Any easy way to create a quick frame for seasonal decor is to get a piece of thick cardstock (three, in this case), and use the heart shape to trace a slightly larger frame.
- Decoupage. Grab one of these inexpensive canvases and some ModPodge. In just minutes, you’ll have a lasting, instant decor piece to pull out year after year.
- Cards. I love using designs in many ways (I am a lazy crafter, after all). These would make perfect cards for your spouse or kids when printed on bright, white cardstock and used as cards (4- x 6-inches or 5- x 7- inches both work).
Over to You
What do you think about these printables? Do you go all out decorating for Valentine’s Day or just a printable here and there?
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