Happy Wednesday, Friends! I can’t believe that tomorrow is Valentine’s Day! If you need a card for someone special, today’s post is for you! I’ve created a set of six printable valentines for you! You know I have a love of all things vintage, and I love to use vintage images in my digital creations! You can find printable vintage images at The Graphics Fairy! Karen has been curating vintage ephemera for many years and her website is my “go to” place for finding images that are free of any copyright infringement, due to their age! That’s where I found the images I used for these vintage inspired printable valentines.
The valentines are available in my FREE Printable Library.
For each design, I’ve set them to print four per 8.5″ x 11″ page. So, they are easy for you to print and cut out. Once the valentines are cut out, they each measure approximately 3 7/8″ x 5 1/8″ – making a 4″ x 6″ envelope the perfect size. Of course, there won’t be watermarks on them in my Printable Library!
I think you could also use these printable valentines to create a banner by stringing some red and white baker’s twine through punched holes in the top corners of each one. Below you can see all of the designs in this set! I hope you enjoy using them and that you have a Happy Valentine’s Day!
Here are some more Valentine’s Day projects that you might enjoy!
Framed Button Heart for Valentine’s Day
Heart Shaped Peanut Butter Fudge
Playing Card Banner for Valentine’s Day
Thank you for these sweet printables! I’m pinning them to my “Printables” Pinterest board.
Thank you Doreen, I always love the printables you design!
Happy Valentines Day to you and yours!
I just love these! I always give my kids Valentines that are a bit cheesy. I think these qualify! Thank you!
These are great! I do have a question, however: are the images supposed to be clickable? The password allows me to access them, but I haven’t figured out how to actually print them. Thanks for any help you can provide!
Doreen Cagno says
Are you on a laptop or desktop or your phone. I am able to just drag and drop each image onto my device to print? I am trying to figure out the best way to make these printables easy to print for you, so thanks for bringing this to my attention. And, I’d love to hear if you were able to have success.
I am using a desktop. I tried again and was able to drag and drop the images, but they are quite small. (Each set of four is only about 2 1/2 x 3″) If I try to enlarge them, the quality diminishes and they are blurry. If dragging and dropping them, is it best to drag them onto a document in Word, or is there a better location?
Doreen Cagno says
Thanks so much for your help, Mary. I’m currently making some changes to make this easier for everyone. So far, I’ve updated just the valentine files. Could you check it out now and tell me what you think? Is this easier?
Yes, that works perfectly! Thank you so much!