Printable Valentines for Teachers and Friends
We love creating projects that can make any occasion special, and Valentine’s Day is no different. As our collection of printable valentines for kids grows, we have been coming up with new and more unique designs to give you as many options as possible. Our Stuck on You valentines set is specifically designed for students to give to their teachers as a little thank you for everything that they do. These printables also match our Stuck on You love notes for an adorably punny Valentine’s Day gift.
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There are two colors to choose from with our Stuck on You valentines: light teal and pink. The bottom text is completely editable, so feel free to write your own unique message and customize them with your name. To edit the text, start by downloading and installing the free font DK Lemon Yellow Sun. After personalizing them, print onto white cardstock and trim to size. Once they are trimmed they will be a standard A2 size, and we even designed cute matching envelopes to pair with them. The envelopes have an editable address field, so you can either fill this in to mail them off, or leave the space blank when printing and handwrite the recipient’s name. We printed our envelopes onto copy paper so that they were easier to fold, but you can also print onto cardstock if you want something a little sturdier to send through the mail.
We always want you to have fun with your projects, so we decided to add in some adorable little stickers that you can use to decorate your valentines and envelopes! Simply print this download onto full sheet label paper and cut each sticker individually to kick you valentines up a notch. Browse all of our Valentine’s Day crafts for more holiday inspiration, or share your project ideas with us by leaving a comment below! Head over to our membership page to start downloading, or follow us on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter to see what we are up to. Lots of Love! ~ Lia & Team
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which fonts were used for the envelope?
There’s a link in the post– it’s called DK Lemon Yellow Sun.
Love these! One question though – is there a way to only print two of these cards? My daughter has two teachers so I wouldn’t need this many cards. (I’m using your Love Bug valentines for her classmates!). Thank you!
I’m so glad you like these 🙂 We only have these files available to print, sorry for the inconvenience! Maybe she could give one of the extra cards to the principal, or a neighbor? 😉
I found the print out products on your webpages are always so crispy clear with vivid colors. But when I downloaded and printed them using my hp inkjet, the colors looked very dull. I’m in the process of updating my printer and thinking of buying a color laser printer this time. I wonder if you can give me some suggestions about a good printer for crafting purpose. Thank you in advance. ~Qi
Bummer! We have a large office-grade laser printer, but its not practical for home use. We love our Canon inkjet printers, since they all print photos as well the colors tend to be very vibrant.