Free Printable Valentine’s Day Treats (Part 1)

I love Valentine’s Day!

I love having another excuse to tell my husband and kids how much I adore them. I love that I can easily find cinnamon red hot candy at the grocery store. I love creating Valentine’s cards for my nieces and nephew. I love helping my kids pick out which cards they want to give their classmates at school.

Last year, the girls asked David to draw some Valentine’s cards for them to give to their friends. They gave him a whole list of ideas and were on standby throughout to give creative direction. He did an amazing job, and I only wish I’d thought to scan them all in before they were gifted away, because I know you all would love them too.

This year, when the girls wanted more “Valentine’s Day Treats”, I remembered to scan them! The artwork is all David Webb {Graphite Web} original drawings, and the rest of the design is my handiwork.

We’ve got three designs for you today, and more coming tomorrow.

Please feel free to download any or all of the Valentine’s cards for your personal (non-commercial) use. They print out beautifully on cardstock and can be easily cut apart for gifting to family, friends, and classmates!

Valentine Card - Bubbly Fish
“I’m all bubbly over you, Valentine!” – Bubbly Fish Kissing
Pink border | Orange border | Teal border |  Black border | All

 

Valentine Card - Mailman with Sweet Mail
“There’s something sweet coming your way, Valentine!” – Mailman with Sweet Mail
Navy border  | Lavender border | All

 

Valentine Card - Daisy Flower and Sweet Candy Hearts
“I’m sweet on you, Valentine!” – Daisy Flower with Sweet Candy Hearts
Green border | Pink borderPurple border | Blue border | All
I hope you enjoy our Valentine’s Day Treats! Don’t forget to check out part 2 and part 3 for more free printable designs with original illustrations by David Webb {Graphite Web}!
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I'm Heather, a married mama of two teen girls, a stillborn baby girl (7/1/12), and a sweet and wild preschool girl (4/2/14). I've been blogging at The Destiny Manifest since 2001. I like to write about appreciating all of the beautiful little things that surround us, particularly in the face of grief, infant loss and mental health issues. Every day is an adventure!

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  • What cute printables … I’m going to pin these for you 🙂

    xoxo
    Lanaya
    http://www.raising-reagan.com

  • Kat Biggie

    Those are so cute! I need to talk to your hubs… I am looking for an illustrator for a children’s book I am writing!

  • He would LOVE that! He was just talking last night about wishing he could break into drawing children’s book illustrations. 😀

  • Oh these are awesome and your husband is truly talented. My husband also is an artist by trade and I too am constantly amazed at the things he comes up with, because I truly am lucky if I can draw a stick figure at this point in my life, lol!! Great job and truly loved these and so nice of you guys to share them here for all 🙂

  • Thank you Janine! I can’t draw either. I can manage a passable stick figure and maybe some crude lettering, if I must, but that’s about it. 😉 I’m really glad you enjoy the treats! More tomorrow!