What you need for Valentines Day are some beautiful printable Valentine cards to send to your love, your maybe-love, your friends and to everybody you want to tell that you care and think of them with love and affection.
There are some other sites with free printable Valentines Day cards I can recommend, and I have added here one of the cards with some very cute and love-able Teddy Bears.
You will have to print this in 200 dpi to get the size approx. 5 x 3,6 in. (approx 9 x 12,5 cm)
I have borrowed this card from the page Kids Valentine Cards , changed it a little, and there are a lot more free Valentine cards on the pages Valentine Greeting cards and the one with free printable Valentine cards.
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Here on this Valentine’s card for a friend the text says:
“You brighten my day,
just know that you do.
I’m ever so lucky,
to have a friend
such as you.”
The size of this card printed with 300 dpi will be 5 x 3,5 in (9 x 12,7 cm approx)
As you will see are some of these cards just as good to use for any other occasion where you want to tell your beloved how much they mean to you.
This car has the motive of a beautiful sea, with hearts spelling “I LOVE YOU”
Printed with 300 dpi 6 x 4 in ( approx 10 x 15 cm)
This card with a red, red love heart radiation hearts like a sun is a little smaller than the cards above.
Printed with 300 dpi it will be 5 x 3,6 in (approx 12,5 x 9,2 cm)
I think these wonderful hearts can talk their own language.
On this page I will go on with some old, beautiful and maybe a little funny Valentine motives.
I will give them to you in two versions: One with text, ready to print, and one without text, where you can add your own personal text either in a computerprogram or in handwriting.
The size of this first card is approx. 5 x 7,5 cm, if you print them in high quality, 300 dpi.
This next Valentines Day card is a drawing of a beautiful young woman, holding a flower, dreaming about ? The size of this card is the same approx. 5 x 7,6 cm.
You can see how easy it is to add your own Valentine greeting to the card. On the one above it would look so pretty with a handwritten text made in silver or white.
And here is the last of the three vintage printable Valentine cards for now, a lot more of different kinds will follow.
You can also use some of the great art nouveau cards from the page Printable cards.
I hope you like these cards, as I wrote, a lot more will follow. Until then you can also take a look at a site called Quotescoop.
This Valentine card is a bit different, and can be used at many other occasions.
The text is: Dive into the sea of trust, and find there pearls of love.
This is a Valentine card, but I guess it is one of the more funny ones:
The next card is with a poem from the site Quotescoop
This reminder of love is useful for almost all occasions: As a card used together with a gift, as a reminder on the breakfast table, even in the lunch box, with a note written on the back side.
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