Where to Find Free Printable Valentines for Kids
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Where to Find Free Printable Valentines for Kids

Posted on Tuesday, January 20th, 2015 at 7:00 am
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set of handmade valentines cardsIt won’t be long before people are celebrating Valentine’s Day. This holiday brings an extra expense for parents who must supply valentines for every student in their children’s elementary school classes. One way to cut back on the expense is to use free printable valentines instead of buying multiple boxes of them. Here is a quick look at where to find free printable valentines for kids.

Disney Family has a variety of free, printable valentines designed for children. Each group is in color and features popular Disney characters. You can print out multiple copies of the valentines for free so that you will have enough for your child’s classmates.

Disney Princess Valentines
Disney has a set of Disney Princess Valentine Cards that are free to print out. They suggest you use either regular paper or cardstock (if you want to make the valentines more durable). Each sheet prints out 9 Disney Princess valentines in color. You get three each of Belle, Tiana, and Ariel.

Disney Frozen Valentines
Is your child in love with the movie “Frozen”? He or she might want hand out valentines that feature the characters from this popular movie. Again, Disney suggests that an adult print them out on regular paper or cardstock. This set includes 8 valentines on one page.

Disney Fairies Valentines
There is a set of Disney Fairies Valentines that can be printed out on regular paper or cardstock for free. This set features three of the Disney Fairies: Tinker Belle, Rosetta, and Fawn. Each sheet has 9 valentines on it.

Kmart still has a page of free printable valentines for kids. Each valentine has two red and pink cartoon elephants who are “holding trunks” with each other. Above them are two hearts: one that says “To:” and one that says “From:”. Each sheet has 4 valentines on it.

Snapfish has a set of 8 valentines that are free to print out. Each has one or two cute cartoon animals on them. There is room to write who the valentine is to and who it is from. It might be best for a parent to cut out the individual valentines. They fit very close together on the page!

Snapfish also has a set of 8 free printable valentines for kids that feature cartoon foods. Each comes with a cute little saying. For example, the one with the ice cream cone says “You’re sweet!” There is room on each valentine to write who it is to and who it is from. Parents will probably want to cut out the valentine’s for their child. Just like with the animal version, they are very close together on the page.

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