Search
Explore

Top 7 Kids Valentines That No One Else Will Have

Exchanging Valentines is one of those classic traditions that kids look forward to each year, but who wants to add to the pile of typical cartoon characters?

For something a little more original, here are our favorite unique kids Valentine’s cards from Etsy — the majority of which are printable valentines!

These printable Valentines come in a PDF of 12 different styles, made to resemble old-school die-cut Valentine’s cards. And you can print as many copies as you’d like for only $5. (Order your PDF at My Paper Crane on Etsy)

Another adorable option for printable Valentines, you’ll get 8 mini owl Valentine’s card designs in one $4 PDF. (Order your PDF at Vicinity Studio on Etsy)

Yet more printable Valentines, these just might be our favorite. For a $6 PDF, you can print as many copies of these 6 Valentine’s card designs as you’d like. Aren’t they just precious? (Order your PDF at Vol 25 on Etsy)

You have the choice of ordering or printing these “fruit salad” Valentine’s cards. Either way, each one comes personalized with your little one’s name. You’ll get 16 cards for $17.50 — although you can order more for $1.10 a piece — or print as many as you want for $15. (Order them at Pearenthetical Press on Etsy)

Forget about Dora and Yo Gabba Gabba, these vintage-style Valentine’s cards will certainly make the other parents smile. Order 25 cards for $10 at the Etsy shop Buttonhead.

Aren’t these butterfly Valentines simply charming? You’ll get 16 cards for $17.50, or print your own for $15. (Order yours at Pearenthetical Press on Etsy)

If you’re looking for a little boy, Pearenthetical Press also has a “monstrously cute” design for the same price.

We love these personalized, fully-customizable Valentine’s cards from the Etsy shop Hope Loves Cards. Find out more about how to customize them and how much they cost here.

Also check out:


Article Posted 5 years Ago
share this article
facebook twitter tumblr pinterest
See Comments
what do you think?
share this article
facebook twitter tumblr pinterest
See Comments
what do you think?
what do you think?
close comments
Subscribe to the
Newsletter
Welcome to
Settings
Sign Out
Follow us on
Social