10 Valentine’s Day Cards for Kids That Are Almost Too Adorable
Superhero Valentines Kit
Although this kit requires some assembly, it doubles as a cute Valentine’s Day craft. Children can assemble the superheroes and customize their hair and outfits, then address them to classroom friends. Included are googly eyes, pre-cut shapes (including capes, outfits, and hairstyles), and glittery heart stickers in gold for decoration.
To buy: $20 for 32 cards, papersource.com.
Plane Valentine’s Day Cards
These adorable miniature greeting cards (three-inch squares) come personalized with your child’s name and a note to friends inside. Let your child choose his or her favorite color for the base of the card (there are four available). The plane design is hand-stamped.
To buy: $9 for 12 cards, sassyscrapscrafts.etsy.com.
You Rule Card
Take the stress out of planning with these customizable cards from Minted, where you can have your child’s name pre-printed so the card is ready to go. Opt for a simple square card saying “You Rule,” or for a little something extra, you can include a photo of your child or a tic-tac-toe board on the back.
To buy: $20 for 25 cards, minted.com.
Dino Valentine’s Day Card Set
The best way to ward off a sugar high is to distract kids with a cool toy instead. Enter this “dino-mite” Valentine, which comes with tiny plastic dinosaurs much sweeter than any candy heart. These notes are the perfect special surprise to give away at a Valentine’s Day party.
To buy: $16.50 for 8 cards, potterybarnkids.com.
Dump Truck Valentine Cards
There’s a benefit to these handmade cards—you can print as many as you need right at home! A PDF will be delivered to your email, and it’s recommended you print on heavy cardstock for the best quality. For an additional fee, the cards can be personalized with your child’s name.
To buy: $6, cherryberrydesign.etsy.com.
Awesome Apple Cards
These punny cards are perfect for a last-minute Valentine because they require no assembly and arrive pre-personalized. There isn’t much room for a detailed sign-off, but you can customize the font and size of your child’s name. Please note: These cards are too small to be mailed, so save them for friends and teachers at the class party.
To buy: $17 for 20 cards, tinyprints.com.
Llama Love Valentines Kit
While a llama wouldn’t seem like a natural mascot for a Valentine’s Day card, these are too funny to pass up. All you need is a glue stick for assembly—the shapes and stickers are included in the pack, which makes 30 Valentines. These silly animals will have the entire classroom laughing.
To buy: $20 for 30 cards, papersource.com.
Peanuts Deluxe Valentine Exchange Cards
Make sure everyone gets a note this year with this 34-count kit. Charlie Brown, Lucy, Linus and the whole gang are ready to spread the love this season, complete with bonus stickers of your favorite Peanuts characters for extra-fun assembly.
To buy: $10 for 34 cards, amazon.com.
Valentine Coloring Cards
If you’re going to have to help assemble the cards, why not make it a soothing activity? Similar to trendy adult coloring books, these black and white cards have designs you and your child can fill in together. Suddenly, prepping for the class party doesn’t seem so stressful.
To buy: $6 for 8 cards, currentcatalog.com.
Yoda Kids Valentine Cards
Tap into this year’s Star Wars craze with these wise Valentine notes. Very happy, your child will be. If you want a little more variety, the seller lets you mix-and-match different Valentine choices in groups of four. So you can have a few little Yodas, some Jedis, and even an R2-D2.
To buy: $17.50 for 20 cards, greenmelonstudios.etsy.com.