Oh man. I remember this time of year when my daughter was younger. It would be just a few days from Valentine’s Day. In my home, we’d be doing the fun activity I call – “MOM, I don’t have any Valentines yet! MOM! MOM!”
Let me just clarify this by saying that I usually started suggesting we get Valentines as soon as I saw them appear in the stores (Pinterest didn’t exist back then and there weren’t all these cute DIY or printable Valentine ideas. Yes we could have made our own anyway but apparently construction paper and doilies weren’t as “cool” as something more on trend.).
My daughter would hesitate and procrastinate, not quite sure she had seen just the right cards yet.
So there we would be, a few days before Valentine’s Day scrambling to get the Valentines organized and ready to go before the big (oh so important for kids in a classroom) day. And of course, the ones she wanted would be completely sold out. Sigh.
Are you in that boat? No need to panic – I’ve got you covered with this list of free printable Valentines that ARE on trend and that you can print out from the comfort of your own home.
Last Minute Free Printable Valentines
I’ve got some super cute Star Wars inspired Valentines right here on Creative Cynchronicity. Includes Valentines, bag toppers, and microwave popcorn wrappers.
If you’d rather have Baby Yoda Valentines, check these out!
More of a classic Disney fan? These Disney Valentines and Lunchbox notes are just the thing for you!
Another big trend this year is Fortnite. Get Fortnite Valentines from Curious and Geeks.
Kids into Minecraft? These are printable Minecraft Valentines with creeper gum wrappers from Simple as That.
Who doesn’t love getting lip balm? Bee my Valentine (use along with Burt’s Bees lip balm) from Polka Dot Chair
You make my heart race – use with toy cars from Hello Wonderful
Use these adorable Valentines from Sweet Cs Designs with tiny toy animals.
Monster Valentines that go with EOS lip balms – these come from The Idea Room
Use these super cute Valentines from Grace and Good Eats with those mini containers of Play Doh
Print and assemble Valentine puppets for You Are my Fave
Goldfish Cracker Valentines from One Creative Mommy
Dinosaur Valentines are always popular. Add small toy dinosaurs to these ones from My Printly
Valentine candy huggers from Lia Griffith
Valentine mazes from Kid Things
Inside Out (the movie) Valentines from Just Between Friends
Lego themed Valentines from Classy Clutter
Tic tac toe Valentine games from 733 blog
Superhero themed Valentines from Generations of Savings
Adorable Olaf (from Frozen) Valentines from One Creative Mommy
Toe-tally awesome Valentines from Simply Kierste to attach to bottles of nail polish
Despicable Me Minions Twinkies Wrappers from Hale Grafx
What kind of Valentines are your kids giving out this year?