Valentine’s Day is around the corner and I’ve got you covered with my free unicorn valentine and art print!
I recently designed my first grader’s valentines and wanted to share them with you in case you have a kiddo who also loves unicorns. While I was at it I also designed a coordinating letter sizes art print.
Here’s a look at the valentine.
I included a version that doesn’t say “Happy Valentine’s Day” in case you ever want to use them for notecards.
I also designed a striped backer in coordinating colors in case you have a duplex printer and want to add a backside. You don’t have to use the backside…just an extra option.
I’ll be printing mine on my color printer on this heavy paper stock, but you can also have them professionally printed at your local Fed Ex or UPS store or even upload them to an affordable printer like Overnight Prints or UPrinting. I’ve used all options and they all work well.
At the download link below I also shared a high resolution PDF in case that’s easier to print for you.
Of course I designed a coordinating art printable, which I’ll be hanging in my daughter’s playroom.
Free unicorns valentines not your thing? No problem. I’ve designed some other valentines options for you.
Let’s take a look.
I designed these robot valentines awhile ago, but they still seem to be pretty popular with the kiddos.
If you’ve been around this blog for any time you might know that I love flamingos, so of course I designed a flamingo valentine option.
I designed a grouping of glittery valentines when my daughter was in Montessori school. I printed them out and tied them to some milk vases (left over from our DIY $5000 wedding) and added a pink hydrangea to each.
And here are the vases I put together using the free printables. The teachers loved them!
Salt and Pepper
And last but not least are my free salt and pepper valentines! These are also a big hit.
See any free valentine printables you like?
We usually print a handful of all of them to mix things up, but might just stick to the unicorn ones this year.
If you use any of these free Valentine’s Day printables I’d be sooo happy to see photos of them on Insta, Twitter, or Facebook . Just tag me and I’ll re-share. And I’m always so very grateful when you Pin my work as well.
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