15 Easy DIY Valentine’s Day Cards

Nothing says you care like a homemade card does.  They have significantly more sentimental value than anything store-bought, and they can be so much fun to make too.  We’ve put together a list of some of our favorite easy DIY Valentine’s Day cards to help you get started.  Whether you’re looking for a card for the one you love most or Valentine’s Day cards for the kids to hand out in school, we’re sure you’ll find the perfect solution!

15 DIY Valentine's Day Cards

1. DIY Recycled Seed Paper Heart Valentines
2. A Goldfish Valentine’s Day Greeting
3. Heart Shaped Crayons with Printable Valentines
4. Rainbow Loom Valentine’s Day Cards
5. DIY Mustache Valentines Cards For Kids
6. East DIY Valentine Cards for Kids
7. Valentine’s Day Pencil Toppers
8. Valentine’s Day Treat without the Sweet
9. DIY Valentine’s Day Cards for Kids with Free Printable
10. Valentine Play Doh Cards
11. You Color My World Valentine
12. Playing Card Valentine
13. Easy DIY Valentine’s Day Surprise Card
14. Love is Owl You Need Valentine
15. DIY Lego Valentine’s Day Cards

If your kids do hand out cards at school, trust me when I tell you they get so much more out of the experience when they make the cards themselves.  Turn it into an entertaining craft project for the family, and see how proud your kids are of their work.  They’ll have a blast sharing their homemade cards with all of their friends.

They’re easy to give and such a joy to receive, so go ahead and show someone you’re thinking of them with a card made by you!  If you have any ideas for homemade Valentine’s Day cards, we’d love to hear them!


About Denise

Denise is the owner of Game On Mom, a family-friendly blog. She is the mother of a 6-year-old boy and a 7-year-old girl, she eats too much pizza, and a tangled Slinky is no match for her.

Comments

  1. Great ideas. My kids love making their own Valentine’s.

  2. Darlene Ysaguirre says:

    This came in handy when i came across this in my email, me and my girls were just discussing ideas today for their classes.

  3. What a great collection of DIY valentines! Thanks for putting these together. I’m pinning it. 🙂

    Thanks also for including one from my site!

  4. “Love is Owl You Need.” So cute!

  5. This is perfect timing because we were looking for something different this year

  6. Helen Gleason says:

    Something homemade really does have more meaning than the junk you find at the stores