Ah, Valentine’s Day. The inner stationery and paper geek in me LOVES this holiday. I was that kid in school who thought that being required to give every kid in the class a valentine was a fabulous idea, because I got to play with more paper and glue and (you guessed it) glitter. I’m also that person who will buy you four cards for your birthday because I couldn’t pick just one I liked best. For Bryan’s birthday last year, we invited everyone via Facebook, but I made little invites to send out anyway. What can I say? I like cards.
So naturally, if you’re anything like me, these printables from Kimi of A Printable Press are just the thing for Valentine’s Day. A little quirky, not too over the top, and you don’t even have to pick just one. The instructions are simple too:
- Download these cheeky valentines from Printable Press.
- Print on heavy paper or card stock, or get them printed at your local FedEx Office or copy shop. Kimi says, “You can even print them at the office (if you work at the office), as long as you make sure to get to the printout before anybody else does.”
- Cut out your favorite(s) and give them to a loved one! Or put them somewhere funny and wait for them to find them! Though your mileage may vary on that one—I have a tendency to lose things I hide until the following holiday.
Surprise, loved one! You’re the best.
PS Check out the free printable Valentine’s Day matchbooks Kimi made for APW last year. If you want a ever so slightly more time intensive V-day craft, and one that promises dirty smooches, this is for you.