Get ready for Valentine’s Day with this fun collection of free Valentine’s Day printables! There’s everything from Valentine’s Day decor printables to sweet Valentine’s Day gift ideas, cards, and tags.
Free Valentine’s Day Printables
If you’ve been around here for a while, you know how much I love seasonal printables. They’re one of the quickest and easiest ways to change up your home decor for the holidays, and a great way to add that personal touch! I’ve done quite a few free Valentine’s Day printables over the years, so I thought I would put them all together for you in one post. I’ll keep adding links whenever I add a new Valentine’s Day print, so keep this post marked for future use! 🙂
You can also find some tips and tricks for printing your printables at the end of the post, as well as some fun ways that you can use them. I always love seeing what you come up with, so let me know what you do with them!
Valentine’s Day Decor Printables
If you’re looking to add some simple Valentine’s Day decor, create some fun Valentine’s Day treats, or need a quick Valentine’s Day tag, card, or gift idea – I have you covered!
Sloth Valentine’s Day Printable
Vintage Bike Happy Valentine’s Day Printable
Valentine’s Day Hot Chocolate Bar Printable
“Grow Old Along with Me” Chalkboard printable
“All We Need is Love and Hot Chocolate” Valentine’s Day printable
Valentine’s Day Gnome Printables and Tags
XOXOXO Valentine’s Day Printable
Cupid’s Cafe Hot Chocolate Bar Sign
Valentine’s Day Date Nights Gift Idea
“Hugs and Kisses and Valentine’s Wishes” Valentine’s Day printable
“Have a Poppin’ Valentines” Popcorn Pops and Printable Tags
Valentine’s Day Donut Hole Gift Toppers
Free Printable Watercolor Valentine’s Day Cards and Tags
“You’re the Coolest” Penguin Valentine’s Day Treats and Free Printable Tags
Tips for Printing Your Free Valentine’s Day Printables
Whenever I post a new printable, I usually get at least a couple of emails about how to print them. I thought I would answer some of the most common questions here to help you out. If you have any other ones, just let me know!
HOW DO I DOWNLOAD THE PRINTABLES?
To download the printable of your choice, you just need to click on the link and then download the print to your computer. I have all of my printables in Google Drive so if you’re having troubles, try using Google Chrome for your browser. It seems to do the trick! If you’re not printing it right away, be sure to save it somewhere that you can find it again. Having a specific folder specifically for printables works great to keep things organized and you can always find it in subsequent years if you want to print it again.
NOTE: Google has updated the security settings on Google Chrome so you may occasionally get a notice that you do not have access to a printable. Just email me if this is the case and I will update it.
WHAT’S THE BEST WAY TO PRINT OUT THE PRINTABLES?
Once you’ve downloaded the printable to your computer, you can choose to either print it at home or send it out to a local or online print shop Stapes, Costco, London Drugs, Walgreens, etc.. If you choose to print at home, you can use either a laser or an ink jet printer. The ink jet printers do seem to run through the ink faster than laser printers, so if you’ll be printing a lot, a laser printer may be your best option.
If you’re going to be printing something larger than an 8.5×11 or just don’t want to use up your ink! you will need to send it out to a printer. I like to mark to NOT adjust the colors as I’ve had some funky colors come back when I don’t do this. Make sure you’ve chosen the correct size for formatting so nothing gets cut off! see below
WHY ISN’T THE PRINTABLE PRINTING AT THE RIGHT SIZE?
I often have multiple formatting sizes available for each print i.e. 4×6, 5×7, etc.. This just indicates that the ratio of the height and width of the print is compatible with that printing size so nothing will be cut off when you go to print it. Most home printers, however, will still print it out to fit a standard 8.5×11 piece of paper unless you change the settings on your printer. All printers are a bit different on this so I can’t speak to individual printers, but on our printer, we can change the photo size that we want printed and I just make sure to do this before printing if I’m wanting something other than a 8.5×11. If you’re trying to print something smaller that just comes in a 8×10 or 8.5×11 size, you can still print it out smaller. You may just need to click on the “fit to page” setting so nothing gets cropped off.
HOW TO DISPLAY YOUR FREE PRINTABLES
Obviously, the easiest way to display your printable is to just print it out and put it in a photo frame, but there are also lots of other creative ways to display them:
Well, I hope that answers any questions that you may have. If you still have more, just let me know and I’ll try my best to answer them. Enjoy the printables. I’m sure you’ll get hooked like me! 🙂